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Happiness Poetry Competition

I’ve had an email from Alex Black of PrintExpress.co.uk. Following on from their previous successful poetry competition (which I mentioned on this blog some months ago) they are running another FREE poetry competition to win £100.

Alex describes the competition as follows:

There’s a £100 prize, and no entry fee – so your readers have nothing to lose if they enter. (They also, of course, keep the rights to their poem, although we’d like to post the winning entry on our blog – with their permission).
 
The theme is on happiness (anything that will make us smile). There are, as ever, a few rules:
 
– Open to all
– No entry fee
– Poems must be in English, and no longer than 45 lines
– Must be the original work of the entrant
– Deadline is April 9th, 2012, with the winner to be announced shortly after
 
Full details, including the competition email address, can be found here.
 
So put on a smile and write a happy poem!  

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Print Express Poetry Competition

Alex Black contacted me last week and asked if I’d give a mention to the poetry competition that his company, PrintExpress.co.uk, is running. So here goes:

  • Entry is free!
  • First prize is £150
  • Poems can be on any theme and up to 45 lines long
  • Entry is via email
  • Closing date is November 30th 2011

Full details can be found here

So with nothing to lose in entry fees or postage, even a non-poet like me might enter!

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