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Every year, Arc awards prizes for the winners of several contests. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook to see the latest news about contest deadlines, winners, etc.

Arc Poetry Magazine Contests

 


Poem of the Year


In 2018, Arc will be awarding one $5,000 grand prize to the Poem of the Year and a?$500 prize for an Honourable Mention…and we’ll be accepting email submissions!


DEADLINE: February 1, 2019


Contest Guidelines:

The entry fee is $35 CDN, and includes a one-year Canadian subscription of Arc*.

Contest entry fees may be paid online or by cheque or money order mailed with your hard copy contest submissions.

*or two issues to US entrants, or one issue to overseas entrants. Entrants who are currently subscribers may pass along their contest subscription or complimentary issues to a friend. Please include the name and address to which the contest subscription is destined.

Rules:

      • Arc welcomes Poem of the Year entries from Canada, the United States, and around the world. Entrants outside Canada must submit entry fees in Canadian funds. Please use the online payment option or mail a cheque or money order in Canadian funds.
      • Entrants may submit up to two unpublished poems with each $35 fee (extra poems: $5 per poem).
      • The length of each poem must not exceed 100 lines.
      • Entrant’s name, address, e-mail and phone number must not appear on the poems, but instead on a separate sheet or in the body of the submission email, which should also list the titles of all poems entered.
      • Judging is blind.
      • No entrants (including winners, honourable mentions, or authors of shortlisted poems) may substitute, before, during, or after judging, a revision of any poem already submitted to the contest.
      • No poems will be returned.

Deadline: Entries must be emailed or postmarked no later than 11:59 pm, February 1, 2019.?
Early Bird Deadline:?
Entries emailed or postmarked no later than 11:59 pm, December 31, 2018?may consist of 3 poems for a single entry fee. For entries emailed or postmarked after this date, only the first two poems will be considered.

Shortlist: A shortlist of 10 to 12 poems, selected by Arc’s editorial board, will be eligible for the Readers’ Choice Award. Visit us in April to read our shortlist selections and cast your vote!

Publication: All shortlisted poems will receive paid publication in an upcoming issue of Arc and on the Arc website.

Privacy Notice: Unless you indicate otherwise, Arc may share addresses of entrants to the 2018 Poem of the Year Contest with similar literary magazines or related organizations for promotional purposes.

Submit Entries:

Please email entries to poty@เล่นสล็อตฟรีในเว็บไซต์ www.morningtillnoon.com

or mail your entry to:

Poem of the Year Contest
Arc Poetry Magazine
PO Box 81060
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, K1P 1B1


Poem of the Year Contest Entry Fees

Each entry entitles the entrant to a one-year subscription of Arc.

Pay Now

1 or 2 poems $35.00 CAD
3 poems $40.00 CAD
4 poems $45.00 CAD
5 poems $50.00 CAD
6 poems $55.00 CAD
7 poems $60.00 CAD
8 poems $65.00 CAD
9 poems $70.00 CAD
10 poems $75.00 CAD

 


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Poem of the Year Readers’ Choice

Shortlisted entries for the Poem of the Year will be published online and in a print issue of Arc. The Readers’ Choice poem is chosen by Arc’s readers through online voting. The winner receives $250.


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Lampman banner image resizeArchibald Lampman Award

The Archibald Lamp-man Award rec-og-nizes an out-stand-ing book of English-language poetry by an author liv-ing in the National Cap-i-tal Region.

Archibald Lampman was one of Canada’s finest 19th-century poets. Born in 1861, he graduated from Trinity College (Toronto) in 1882, then moved to Ottawa where he worked for the Post Office until his death in 1899. He is known for his ability to immerse metaphysics in the details of nature, which he observed while hiking round what was then the wilderness capital of a new country. His books include Among the Millet (1888), Lyrics of Earth (1895) and the posthumous Alcyone (1900).

For the years 2007 through 2009, the Archibald Lampman Award merged with the Duncan Campbell Scott Foundation to become the Lampman-Scott Award. This partnership came to an end in 2010, and the prize returned to its former identity as the Archibald Lampman Award for Poetry.

Archibald Lampman Award Guide-lines:

  • Eligible entries are English-language books of poetry published by a recognized publisher.
  • Eligible books must be no less than 48 pages in length.
  • The contest is open to authors who have had their principal home and actual residence in the?National Capital Region for at least 6 months immediately prior to the date of publication of the submitted book. Proof of residency may be required.
  • Please send 4 copies of the book to Arc’s mailing address before the contest deadline.
  • Deadline for collections published in 2018: March 31, 2019
  • Prize: $1,500
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Brebner for Banner Diana Brebner Prize

The Diana Breb-ner Prize is awarded yearly for the best poem writ-ten by a National Cap-i-tal Region poet, who has not yet been pub-lished in book form. The prize hon-ours the late Diana Breb-ner, an award-winning Ottawa-based poet who was devoted to fos-ter-ing lit-er-ary tal-ent among new, local writers.


Diana Breb-ner Prize Guide-lines:

  • Entry fee is $25.00 for up to two poems, and includes a one-year subscription to Arc
  • Eligible entries must not exceed 30 lines?each?(including spaces).
  • Entrant’s name, address, e-mail, and phone number must not appear on the poem, but on a sep-a-rate sheet of paper which also lists the titles of the poems entered.
  • The contest is open to authors who have had their principal home and actual residence in the?National Capital Region for at least 6 months immediately prior to the date of submission, and who have not yet pub-lished their poetry in book?form. Proof of residency may be required.
  • No simul-ta-ne-ous sub-mis-sions or pre-vi-ously pub-lished poems will be accepted.
  • Judg-ing is?blind.
  • No email sub-mis-sions will be accepted.
  • Entries will not be returned.
  • Prize: $500
  • 2019 Deadline: September 4, 2019

mail your entry to:

Diana Brebner Prize
Arc Poetry Magazine
PO Box?81060
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada, K1P?1B1


Diana Brebner Prize Entry Fee

Entry Fee : $25.00 CAD



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coatofarmsConfederation Poets Prize

The Con-fed-er-a-tion Poets Prize is awarded given for the best poem pub-lished in Arc in the pre-ced-ing year. Selected by a promi-nent mem-ber of Canada’s lit-er-ary com-mu-ni-ties, the award includes a $250 prize.

Arc Poetry Mag-a-zine’s Con-fed-er-a-tion Poets Prize is named in recog-ni-tion of a group of Cana-dian poets who were born around the time of Cana-dian Con-fed-er-a-tion. The term was first applied and usu-ally refers to Charles G.D. Roberts, Bliss Car-man, Archibald Lamp-man and Dun-can Camp-bell Scott. Lamp-man and Scott, as well their con-tem-po-rary William Wil-fred Camp-bell, lived and wrote in Ottawa, where, in the for-ma-tive years of a new coun-try, they helped lay the foun-da-tion for a tra-di-tion of poetry.

A cen-tury later, Arc hon-ours them and acknowl-edges the wealth of new Cana-dian poetry.

As all poems published in Arc are included, entries are not required.

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arcCriticDeskSmallCritics’ Desk Award

Book reviewing is an art that involves the engagement of the critic’s sensibility with the text. With the Critic’s Desk Award, Arc marks the importance that the thoughtful treatment of poetry holds in the evolution and wider appreciation of the genre.

Inaugurated in Arc‘s 25th-anniversary year, the Critic’s Desk Award honours excellence in book reviewing. The Award is given annually to a feature review and to a brief review to have been published in Arc in the previous calendar year. The winners are chosen by a distinguished critic known for his or her contribution as a reviewer of poetry.

The prizes are $250 for the feature review and $100 for the brief review.

As all feature and brief reviews published in Arc or on the Arc website in a given calendar year are automatically included, entries are not required. Winners are announced in the first issue of the following year.

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