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Snyder Prize Deadline

April 28, 2011

The Richard Snyder Publication Prize deadline is fast approaching! Our postmark deadline is April 30, but if you need a few days to finalize that winning manuscript, we’ll continue to take your submissions through the first part of May.

This poetry book series honors the memory of Richard Snyder (1925-1986), poet, fiction writer, playwright, and long-time professor of English at Ashland University. He served for fifteen years as English department chair, and in 1969 co-founded and served as co-editor of the Ashland Poetry Press. In selecting manuscripts for this series, Ashland Poetry Press editors keep in mind Snyder’s tenacious dedication to craftsmanship and thematic integrity.

The Snyder Prize judge for the 2011 contest is Natasha Trethewey.

The Winner of the Snyder Prize Receives:
• $1,000.00
• publication of winning manuscript in a paperback edition of 1,000 copies
• 50 copies of the published book (in lieu of royalties)

2011 Submission Guidelines:
• Book-length poetry manuscripts
• Original collection of poems of 50 to 80 pages, with no more than one poem per page
• Single spaced
• Bound by a single clip: No Folders or Notebooks, Please
• Two title pages: one with name, address, and phone number and one with title only
• $25 reading fee made payable to The Ashland Poetry Press
• Deadline: April 30, 2011
• Translations are not eligible
• Ashland University employees and their spouses are not eligible

Mail to:
The Richard Snyder Memorial Publication Prize
The Ashland Poetry Press
401 College Ave., Ashland, OH 44805

Enclose an SASE for notification. All manuscripts other than the winning one will be recycled.

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