Helen Kay Chapbook Poetry Prize
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Do not submit here! This project is permanently closed to submissions (February 2023). We provide the following information as an archive.
Evening Street Press intends to publish 3 or 4 chapbooks each year with a press run of 100, 10 copies to the author. Of these, one will be chosen for the Helen Kay Chapbook Poetry Prize. The prize includes a cash prize and a total of 25 copies to the winner, with an additional press run plus possible publication in an issue of The Evening Street Review, for a manuscript of original poetry.
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Publication Medium & Contest Frequency
|Print Publication ||Print Publication||Awarded 1 x per year.
- Dates: Rolling Deadlines: Check cutoff dates.
- Open to a broad Audience.
- Poetry Forms:
- Open to all/most Forms.
- Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
- Open to all/most Topics.
|Poetry Chapbook Poetry Chapbook||20 - 35 pages.|
- Winner's Prize:
- We list broad pay categories rather than prize specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
|Semi-pro advance (US$200-1999) + No royalties Semi-pro advance (US$200-1999). No royalties.|
| OK|| OK|| No|| OK|| OK||Text format submissions |
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Last Updated: 26 Feb 2023
Date Added: 11 Jan 2013
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