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Hello Poets! The Poet’s Billow is extending the deadline for the Pangaea Prize to June 1st.
The Pangaea Prize is awarded for the best series of poems ranging between two and up to seven poems in a group. Judging will be based on poems as individual entities as well as their cohesiveness – that can be in terms of common themes, images, narrative or however else you would like to group your poems. All poems must be previously unpublished. There are no restrictions to length or style.
The winning poet receives $100 and will be featured in an interview on The Poet’s Billow web site. The winning poems will be published and displayed in the Poet’s Billow Literary Art Gallery. Finalists will also be considered for publication.
We nominate for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net Anthology, and The Best New Poets Anthology.
Visit our Literary Art Gallery to read our previous winners and finalists.
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Suzanne Lawless said:
Is “published” on a blog considered “published”?
Hi Suzanne. Usually, yes, a blog is considered a publication. But you take it off your blog we will accepted it. If we publish the piece you can than do whatever you like with your poem – including reposting it on your blog. We will not retain any rights to your work. Thanks for the question. – Rob Evory