Unterberg Poetry Center

"Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Prizes
Deadline: 
- Check back on December 15 for Upcoming Deadline

Four prizes of $500 each and publication in Boston Review are given annually for a group of poems. Winners also receive transportation to and lodging in New York City to give a reading at the 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center. Poets who have not yet published a full-length poetry collection are eligible. John Ashbery, Eduardo C. Corral, Timothy Donnelly, Susan Mitchell, and Rosanna Warren will judge. Submit a 10-page manuscript, including at least two unpublished poems and two poems that are one page in length, with a $12 entry fee by January 24. Send an SASE, call, or visit the website for complete guidelines.

Unterberg Poetry Center, "Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Prizes, 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10128. (212) 415-5760.

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