A Chance To Be Published

Charlie Bondhus, past winner of the Stonewall Chapbook Competition, is looking for submissions for The Good Men Project‘s but poems with a certain perspective. If you’ve written a poem dealing in some way about men or masculinity, submit your poetry to The Good Men Project. Even though the poem should be about men or masculinity, the poem can also be from women and people of all gender identities and expressions. For more information on their guidelines, check out their website here. And for a taste of their poetry check out their archive here. Good luck!

Calling all poets!

Poetry-ad-full-page-2014-correct-796x1024The Dora and Alexander Raynes Poetry Prize from Jewish Currents is calling for submissions! Poets of all ages, backgrounds, religions/non-religions, and orientations are extremely encouraged to submit. Poet Joan Larkin will judge the pieces.

Three poets will win cash prizes. One poet will receive $1000 and two poets will receive $180 each for a poem on the theme of Union.

The three winning poets will have their work featured in the Spring 2014 issue of Jewish Currents and 36 poets will be included in an anthology to be published Summer 2014 by Blue Thread Communications. All entries will be considered for future publication in the magazine.

Submission fee of $18 includes a one-year subscriptions or gift subscription to Jewish Currents.

Feel free to submit up to 3 poems with your name, address, phone, and email on each page and a check or money order for $18 made out to Jewish Currents postmarked between now and January 15 to:

Poetry Contest

Jewish Currents

POB 111

Accord, NY 12404

You can also submit online. Click here for more information.