Poetry Daily is an anthology of contemporary poetry. Each day, we bring you a new poem from new books, magazines, and journals.RATTLE Poetry Prize
Poems are chosen from the work of a wide variety of poets published or translated in the English language. Our most eminent poets are represented in the selections, but also poets who are less well known. The daily poem is selected for its literary quality and to provide you with a window on a very broad range of poetry offered annually by publishers large and small. Included with each poem is information about the poet and the poem's source.Our purpose is to make it easier for people to find poets and poetry they like and to help publishers bring news of their books, magazines, and journals to more people.
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The 2008 RATTLE Poetry Prize offers $5,000 for a single poem, plus ten honorable mentions of $100 each. All 11 winning poems will be published in the winter issue of RATTLE. Additional entries are frequently offered publication as well. Judged in a blind review by the editors to ensure a fair and consistent selection, and with an entry fee that is simply a subscription to the magazine, the RATTLE Poetry Prize is designed to be one of the most writer-friendly contests around. Deadline: August 1st
Selections from back issues of The Kenyon Review!
Did you know that you can read selections from back issues of The Kenyon Review on the KR website? Visit KR online to find selections from the past ten years of publications, including Lewis Hyde’s new afterword for the 25th anniversary edition of The Gift, from the Winter 2008 issue.
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