Harriet Tarlo writes: “I invite poets from all over the world to contribute to the next issue of Plumwood Mountain, to consider in particular how our poetry might cross all boundaries: nation…
Ron Pretty Poetry Prize 2016 Extended
Many thanks to all the poets who have entered to date.
Over the past two months, the Five Islands Press website and Ron Pretty Poetry Prize entry page have been down at least twice. This is fixed now. But the Press wants to offer poets more time to enter the prize.
We are extending the prize until 22 November 2016.
With this new deadline, the long list will now be announced on 21 January 2017
The short list will be announced on 31 January 2017
The prize winner will be announced at an event on 3 March 2017
Second prize: $1500
Third prize: $750
First entry: $25
Subsequent entry: $10
Enter here: http://fiveislandspress.com/ron-pretty-poetry-prize
I am administrative officer for The Ron Pretty Poetry Prize this year and am looking forward to receiving a good swag of entries. Do think of entering.
First Prize: $5000; Second Prize: $1500; Third Prize: $750
Judge: Ron Pretty Closing Date: September 15, 2016
The prize will be awarded to a single poem of up to 30 lines, and is open to anyone over the age of 18 years, including overseas applicants.
Only online submissions will be accepted: http://fiveislandspress.com/ron-pretty-poetry-prize
The prize is named in honour of the distinguished Australian poet Ron Pretty, who founded Five Islands Press in 1986. Ron published over 230 books of poetry by Australian poets, before retiring from Five Islands Press in 2007. Since this time, FIP has maintained its commitment to publishing fine Australian poetry, including the work of emerging and established poets.
Jason Childs introduces the Poetics, Writing, Thought seminars that Martin Harrison began in 2014 and at which he and Deborah Bird Rose spoke only days before he died. The sound files from this fin…
Source: Thinking Theological Education
The poetry is up for the special issue honouring the life and work of Martin Harrison (1949-2014). Articles, reviews and more to come throughout September. Source: Plumwood Mountain Volume 2 Number 2
We’ve extended February into March with new content: an essay on the Woolf’s zoomorphic engagements “This Furred Place” by Meredith Wattison and R. D. Wood’s review of Michael Aiken’s A Vicious Example and Tim Wright’s The night’s live changes.
Note, too, the call for submissions for the special issue in memory of Martin Harrison, edited by Stuart Cooke and Peter Minter, is open until the end of April.
And … there are books available for review. Check the list toward the bottom of the book reviews page.
The issue has been live for just over a week now, but plenty of time still to read, think and enjoy.