Friday, April 11, 2008

Sixth Annual Poetry Contest

The Inglis House poetry contest, the first annual nationwide contest for disability poetry, began accepting entries for this year’s contest on April 1. As in the past five years, the contest has two categories. The first is open to all writers, but poems must relate to disability. The second is open only to writers with a disability but may be on any topic. For further details, just check the guidelines on the Inglis House Poetry Workshop website. There is no entry fee. The contest ends June 1.


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