Poetry Contests for TeensPoetic competitions for young people
Demonstrate your splendour - your emotive expression through the strength of words - to the whole planet by entering your poetry in the following competitions.
Demonstrate your splendour - your emotive expression through the strength of words - to the whole planet by entering your poetry in the following competitions. The most important ones come with cash awards, some with workshop grants, some with publications. Pupils must be 15 years or younger and 18 years or younger at the moment of deposit.
Each year, the best 50 are chosen for publishing and the best 50 poetry will be chosen. Up to four poetry entries can be submitted by the student, and the winner will be given two free copy of the work. 11th graders can enter poetry for this competition, which is evaluated by members of Princeton University's Department of Writing.
The three best poetry will receive cash prizes: In order to acknowledge the excellent literary achievements of the high schools, this competition is open to pupils in classes 10-12. The student is asked to send in a compilation of three poetry which will be evaluated by the Bennington College department and the student. The two best undergraduates will receive cash prizes:
Pupils in classes 7-12 are encouraged to send in their own creations that express original, technically advanced skills and the development of a person's own visions or expression. The competition is open to young girls in years 10 and 11. Fellows are welcome to enter two poetry entries and can earn a top $200 award, free entry to a Hollins University free composition programme and publishing in the Literaturmag.
In addition, six runners-up will be awarded a $25 money and a paper in the literature mag. It is open to pupils between the ages of 13 and 18 and is intended to honour and promote excellence in the area of poetry. In 2018, the 2018 laureate will be awarded a $100 money reward, an $20 worth of Apple Store free Apple Store Gifts Cards, a CD of poetry masterpieces that read their work, a 2018 edition of The Critical Pass Review, and much more acclaim and acclaim.
Pupils are welcome to enter a previously unreleased work. The winner will be awarded a fellowship for the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshops and will be published in The Kenyon Review, one of the most widely reading literature journals in the country. With the aim of celebrating the variety of mankind in words and writing, this prize brings together writers from all over the globe at the event, which will take place from 5 to 8 April 2018.
Pupils under the ages of 18 can enter up to three verses and, if they are included in the compilation, are welcome to attend the event. This competition is open to secondary and upper secondary pupils and requires inventive poetry of any length and theme. Up to three of all the poetry released each months will be designated competition champions, and writers will be given a free copy of the release and Teen Ink articles.
Only poetry!!!!!! Grammar schools can send in a poetry every 90 day (20 or less lines). The poetry is evaluated on the basis of creativeness, authenticity, visual language, artistry and a command of poetry, but it can include any subject and notion. The best entries will be submitted in Just Poetry! In addition, a $500 fellowship will be presented to the Poet of the Year, plus four Best of Issue victors, each of whom will earn a $500 fellowship and four Editor's Choice awards, each of which will be a $100 fellowship.