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Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition submission deadline

September 14

The Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre is excited to launch its 2020 International Poetry Competition to celebrate the power of poetry across the world. The competition is open to both new and established poets aged 18 and over from across the globe and has two categories: Open category (open to all poets aged 18 years and …

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Toronto Lit Up submission deadline

September 14

Meet local authors and join them in celebrating the launch of new books! The Toronto International Festival of Authors has partnered with the Toronto Arts Council (TAC) on Toronto Lit Up: a multi-year initiative designed to spotlight local writers and empower them with career-building opportunities. Toronto Lit Up book launches are open to the public …

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Juniper Poetry Journal submission deadline

September 14

Juniper Poetry is open for submissions. They invite writers to submit up to three unpublished poems. Learn more here.

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30th Medellin International Poetry Festival (online)

August 1 @ 8:00 am - October 10 @ 5:00 pm

With the aim of exploring the initiative to broaden poetry among human beings in their gravest hour, fighting the fear, the pandemic and death, and conduct a refreshing dialogue between poets, artists, academics, scientists and the laureates of the Alternative Nobel Prize in order to elucidate new avenues on the unresolved problems of human society, …

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8:00 am

Tell It Slant Poetry Festival 2020 (online)

September 14 @ 8:00 am - September 20 @ 5:00 pm

The Tell It Slant Poetry Festival (formerly the Amherst Poetry Festival) is a free event that celebrates the poetic legacy of Emily Dickinson and the contemporary creativity of the Pioneer Valley and beyond. This year’s Festival will be held remotely, and will take place September 14-20, 2020. Admission to all Festival events is free, but …

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7:00 pm

Claudia Rankine: Just Us

September 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

In Just Us, her follow-up to the award-winning collection Citizen, Claudia Rankine creates another powerfully provocative and genre-defying work of poetry, essays and images inviting readers to take part in a much-needed conversation about race in America. She will be joined online in conversation by Robin DiAngelo, the author of White Fragility. Learn more here.

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