ByThe BREWer

Aug 6, 2022

Submit your Poetry Writing Contest entry

 Poetry Month Entry / Posted 3 days ago by The BREWer / 118 views / New Featured

August is Poetry Month in Australia. Created in 2021 by Red Room Poetry, it is happening again in 2022.

This year, it’ll be our first time participating. As our way of paying it forward, we’re holding a Poetry Writing Contest just for you and our worldwide community readers and audiences.

How to Join

Yes. You read it right. The contest is open to all poets across the globe.

Plus, joining is FREE.

The image you’d use for your entry should be your own, or you have permission to use it freely.

A poem must be the poetry author’s original work and not borrowed or copied from someone else’s work. Reprints are accepted as long as there are no copyright restrictions preventing us from sharing or publishing your work as part of your entry or winning the contest.

You may submit as many entries as you want and can. The conditions: Each entry should be unique and different from your other entries. Each form submission should contain only 1 poem.

A poem must be written in English and with at least 4 lines. You may submit a lengthy poem of up to 100 lines.

Your poem could be about any suitable topic or content. Refer to our site’s Terms for more details.

For instant posting of your entries, you can submit them by Creating a Listing. Here’s the link for your convenience: https://thechrysalisbrewproject.com/listing-form/

Procedures:

Step 1: If it’s your first time submitting a listing, then select “Create Account” or “Register” first to create your account. If you are a returning user, then simply log in to your account.

Step 2: Choose “Poetry Month Entry” under “Category.”

 

Step 3: Fill in the required information.

    • You don’t need to complete fields that are not required.
    • Only the “required” fields need to be completed.
    • Shortcuts and links are available below this page.

Step 4: Read the Terms of Offer and Privacy Policy. The links are at the bottom of the submission form. If all is well, submit your entry.

Step 5: Subscribe to our newsletter and be the first to know about the Poetry Writing Contest and other BREW updates and offers. Kindly note that only the winning entries will receive further notification emails on or after the announcement date around the 1st week of October.

Timelines

All entries must be received on or before the 31st of August 2022 to qualify. On the 1st of September 2022, we will choose the best entries.

Entries received after the deadline or from 1 September 2022 onwards will be processed for the 2023 BREW Poetry Writing Contest.

Winners will be announced on or after the 1st week of October 2022.

Prizes

All shortlisted entries will get the following:

– A “Poet’s Badge”
– A 10% discount code from Store with a Heart
– Possible feature in a Poetry Anthology or compilation of poems, reviews, short stories, and other works to be published by award-winning publisher ALPJ and Sons

The overall winner(s) will also receive the following:

– All of the above
– A digital “BREW Poetry Award” winner’s badge
– A digital “BREW Poetry Award” winner’s certificate
– Feature in one (1) The World’s Best Magazine issue to be published by award-winning publisher ALPJ and Sons (Note: Christmas-themed poems will be published in the Christmas issue while all other winners will be published in a relatedly-themed magazine issue.)

*Prizes are not convertible to cash or transferrable. No royalties will be paid for publication.

More info

Do you have questions or ideas? If yes, then complete our Contact Form or email us via info@thechrysalisbrewproject.com, and we will respond in 1 to 5 business days.

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By The BREWer

As a caterpillar goes out of its dark cocoon, grows its wings, and flies high up in the sky, I acknowledge my role in the entire process of the written word's metamorphosis through The Chrysalis BREW Project. I believe that beauty and goodness exist in everything and everyone - may we let that emerge and shine in each word we read, concoct, write, or share.

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