Gival Press is seeking unpublished original poem written in English

This award will be given to the best previously unpublished original poem written in English (of any length, in any style, typed, double spaced on one side only), which best relates gay / lesbian / bisexual / transgender life by a poet who is 18 or older.

Deadline:
June 27, 2012 (postmarked)
Our dates never change. If the date falls on a Sunday, then Monday becomes the default postmarked date.

Submittal:
Entrants are asked to submit their poems in the following manner: (1) without any kind of identification, with the exception of the title, and (2) with a separate cover page with the following information: name, address (street, city, and state with zip code), telephone number, email address, if available, and the title of the poem submitted. (3) A short bio should also be included.

Poems will not be returned, so poets should keep copies of their poems.

A short bio may also be included.

Reading Fee:
Poets must submit a reading fee of $5.00 (USD) for each individual poem submitted, regardless of the length. Checks or money orders drawn on American banks, routed through a USA address, such as Bank of America, should be made payable to Gival Press, LLC. Overseas money orders are not acceptable.

Mail to:
Robert L. Giron, Editor
Gival Press Oscar Wilde Award
Gival Press, LLC
P.O. Box 3812
Arlington, VA 22203.



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2 Responses to “Call For Submissions: Gival Press Oscar Wilde Award”

  1. sarah 18 January 2012 at 9:30 AM #

    Are Canadian writers permitted to submit pieces to this competition? Thanks!


    • William Johnson 18 January 2012 at 10:23 AM #

      I would send a query to Gival Press.



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