PRIME Poetry Prize Now Closed

Arts & Letters PRIME 3.1

The submission period for our summer poetry contest ended on July 31st. We expect to announce a winner by the end of September.

The PRIME Poetry Prize winner will receive $401 and publication in Arts & Letters as well as the Fall issue of PRIME. There may be Honorable Mentions as well. These would be offered publication in both Arts & Letters and the Fall issue of PRIME (paid at normal contributor rates: $50.00 for poetry).

Alice Friman is our final judge. She’s the ongoing Poet-in-Residence of Georgia College and she has a new book (her fifth!), The View from Saturn, coming out with LSU Press later this year. Her poems have been published in Poetry, The Georgia Review, The Gettysburg Review, Boulevard, New Letters, and The Southern Review.

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One Response to PRIME Poetry Prize Now Closed

  1. Nabeela Altaf says:

    Hello. Regarding this poetry contest, do we have to write a themed poem or just about nay poem on anything? Also, how many poems can we send?
    Thank You.

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