Reading for the Powder Horn Prize

Powder Horn III will be judged by Kevin Goodan, author of Upper Level Disturbances (Center for Literary Publishing, 2012), Winter Tenor (Alice James, 2009), and In the Ghost-House Acquainted (Alice James, 2004). He teaches at Lewis & Clark College in Lewiston, Idaho.

To submit your manuscript, please use our online submissions manager. Click here for access.

The Powder Horn Prize is a first book award for poetry. Manuscripts should be 48+ pages in length. The author should not have previously published a full-length collection, though she may have published chapbooks.

The reading fee is $25. Entry deadline is June 1, 2014.

For questions, email sagehillpress@yahoo.com.

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~ by thomcaraway on March 16, 2014.

One Response to “Reading for the Powder Horn Prize”

  1. Reblogged this on The Line Break and commented:
    This is a contest for a first book of poems. It is run by my friend who makes beautiful books. He’s also the editor of Rock & Sling out of Whitworth University. You can also read my interview with him here: http://thelinebreak.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/interview-with-rock-sling-editor-thom-caraway/

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