Send two poems to PoemTown St. Johnsbury

PoemTown St. Johnsbury 2015 Poem Submission Rules – Submission is open to all poets who live or work in Vermont. – Our theme for 2015 is At Home in the Kingdom. Poem topics may include, but are not limited to: Small Town Life; Savoring the Seasons; or Honoring Our Heritage. – Deadline for submissions is February 15, 2015). No poems will be accepted after that date. – Poems must be original work. Please send no more than 2 poems. If we receive a large number of submissions, PoemTown St. Johnsbury may select only one of the two poems to post. – If you do not use a computer, we will accept typed poems. – Poems can be no longer than 24 lines each. – Please include your name, city/town of residence, email address, and phone number at the bottom of your poem, or on the back. In addition, please submit a short (25 words or less) bio to be used with your poem if published online or in book form. If you are school-aged, please include your age and the name of your school, or note that you are homeschooled. – Please do not submit work that has been displayed at any Poetry Alive!, PoemCity, PoemTown Randolph or PoemCampus events, or that has previously appeared in print elsewhere. – Please submit your poem(s) via email to: acampbell@catamountarts.org OR mail to Catamount Arts, PO Box 324, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819 OR drop off at the Catamount Arts Center box office. – By sending your work to PoemTown St. Johnsbury, you agree that PoemTown St. Johnsbury may use your poem(s) in display, promotional materials, and associated online, print, and other media venues.

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