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The Center for Book Arts
2002 POETRY CHAPBOOK COMPETITION
The Center invites submissions to its annual Poetry Chapbook Competition
by December 1, 2001. The winning manuscript, to be chosen in April
2002, will be awarded with the publication of a letter-press printed,
limited-edition chapbook designed, printed and bound by artists at The
Center for Book Arts.
The chapbook edition will be limited to 100 signed and numbered copies. Ten
copies of the edition will be reserved for the poet, and the remaining
copies will be offered for sale through The Center for Book Arts. The
contest winner will also receive a cash award of $500 and a $500 honorarium
for a reading held at The Center in the fall of 2002.
This yearís judges will be Sharon
Dolin and Lynn Emanuel.
Submission length: a sequence of poems or a single poem not to exceed 500
lines or 24 pages.
Author's name: The cover page should contain, on a single
detachable page, the manuscript title, the authorís name, along with
address, phone number, and email. The
authorís name should not appear anywhere else.
A second title page should be
provided without the authorís name or other identification.
Please provide a table of contents and a separate acknowledgements
page containing prior magazine or anthology publication of individual poems.
Manuscripts should be bound with a simple spring clip or else put in
Reading Fee: a $15 reading fee is due for all entries. This fee will be
applicable toward the purchase of the winning chapbook.
Please Include: A #10 SASE
for notification of the winner. Manuscripts will not be returned.
Deadline: manuscripts must be POSTMARKED no later than December 1, 2001.
TO ENTER (Please
read, print, and fill out the application)
Dolin is the author
of a book of poems, Heart Work, published by the Sheep Meadow Press in 1995, and four chapbooks: The
Seagull, printed letterpress at The Center for Book Arts in 2001, Mistakes,
published by the Poetry New York Pamphlet Series in 1999, Climbing Mount Sinai, printed letterpress at The Center for Book
Arts by Dim Gray Bar Press in 1996, and Mind
Lag, published by Turtle Watch Press in 1982. Her poems have appeared in
The Iowa Review, Boulevard, Barrow
Street, The Kenyon Review, American Letters & Commentary, The Journal,
The Threepenny Review, The American Voice, and Ploughshares. She has been the recipient of a national award from
the Poetry Society of America, a Fulbright Scholarship to Italy, and several
fellowships to Yaddo and The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She has
taught at The Cooper Union, New York University, and The New School, and
currently teaches poetry workshops at the Unterberg Poetry Center of the 92nd
Street Y in New York City where she lives.
Emanuel holds a BA
from Bennington College, an MA from the City College of New York where she
studied with Adrienne Rich, and a MFA from the University of Iowa.
She is the author of three books of poetry, Hotel
Fiesta, The Dig, and Then,
Suddenly--which was awarded the Eric Matthieu King Award from The
Academy of American Poets. Her
work has been featured in The Pushcart Prize Anthology and the Best
American Poetry in 1994,1995,1998,1999 and 2000.
She has been a poetry editor for the Pushcart
Prize anthology, a member of the Literature Panel for the National
Endowment for the Arts, and a judge for the James Laughlin Award from the
Academy of American Poets. She
has taught at The Bread Loaf Writersí Conference, the Bennington
Writersí Conference and in the Warren Wilson Program in Creative Writing.
She is a Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh and
Director of the Writing Program.