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Publication Center Chapbook Contest: Poetry

SLCC Publication Center
Third Annual Chapbook Contest
2012 Genre: Poetry

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Attend the SLCC Chapbook Informational Meeting:  
Tues Nov. 13   
12-1:30 p.m. at Taylorsville Redwood Campus, AD 226
-Come ask questions regarding the contest, have an editor look over your manuscript, get a free copy of last year’s winner, Translation by Hana Jabr, and enjoy a snack.

SLCC students and alumni are invited to submit poetry manuscripts to the SLCC Publication Center Chapbook Contest.

Submissions must be a collection of poems in any style and manuscripts should be between 15 and 30 poems. Each submission will be judged by Joel Long whose book Winged Insects won the White Pine Press Poetry Prize and the awardees receive a prize. 

The Chapbook will be printed and distributed on SLCC campuses and in local bookstores and there will be a Chapbook reading and publication party in Spring 2013.

Submission deadline is Mon., Nov. 26, 2012.

The winner receives 25 copies of the SLCC Publication Center Chapbook and $100 honorarium and may also choose to work with SLCC Publication Studies students to produce a limited run of 10 copies of their manuscript.

For eligibility requirements visit

To submit:  e-mail manuscript to in the following format:
·       Double-spaced and paginated.
·       PDF format
·       Separate title page with the following information:  Name of writer; e-mail address; street address; phone number; title of manuscript and word count.
·       Besides the title page, the writer’s name must not appear on the manuscript.
For more information contact

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