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NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2021 submission deadline for visual poems

February 28

AngelHousePress invites submissions for NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2021. Visual poems include digital, typewriter, Letraset/rub on letters, stamps, asemic, glitch, collage, altered books, calligraphy, photos of art installations, erasure/black out poetry, textiles, nature, ceramics, performance scores, poem objects, sculptures, handwritten, comics, mixed media, word toys, or anything else you can think of that combines text/elements of language/concepts of …

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The Nick Blatchford Occasional Verse Contest submission deadline

February 28

Sponsored by former TNQ (The New Quarterly) editor Kim Jernigan and family in celebration of the man who sparked their love of poetry, this contest is for poems written in response to an occasion, personal or public-poems of gratitude or grief, poems that celebrate or berate, poems that make of something an occasion or simply …

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Alaska Quarterly Review Benefit Reading Series: Chris Martin, Bonnie Nadzam & Maxine Scates

February 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Help Alaska Quarterly Review (AQR) reach new literary milestones. Please mark your calendars for Pièces de Résistance, an extraordinary benefit series celebrating AQR’s 40th anniversary. Join the publication for 21 free, live online readings and conversations, featuring 58 exceptional new, emerging, and established poets and writers who have appeared in AQR. Pièces de Résistance runs …

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Craft Seminar: Writing the Poem No One Wants to Read (and You Definitely Don’t Want to Write) with Patricia Smith

February 28 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Once you realize that your writing is not simply a recreational activity, that it's utterly necessary in order for you to move yourself from day to day with some level of sanity, you will undoubtedly feel drawn to craft poems that absolutely no one wants to read or hear. WTPNOWTRAYDDWTW (snappy acronym, right?), led by …

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