University of Notre Dame

Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize
Deadline: 
- Check back on October 15 for Upcoming Deadline

A prize of $1,000 and publication by the University of Notre Dame Press is given biennially for a poetry collection by a Latino poet who has not yet published a book. The winner is also invited to give a reading at the University of Notre Dame. Francisco X. Alarcón will judge. Submit two copies of a manuscript of at least 50 pages by January 15, 2012. There is no entry fee. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

University of Notre Dame, Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize, Letras Latinas, Institute for Latino Studies, 230 McKenna Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Francisco Aragón, Prize Coordinator.

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