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1 How/Where To Be Published Books Contests Magazines Newspapers

2 January

3 February

4 March Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

5 March Continued Each entry for the Poetry Contest must address an Earth Day Theme: Recycling, Reduce, Reuse, Rethink, THE EARTH AND YOU! All public, private, or home-schooled students in 5th through 12th grades are eligible to participate. There is a limit of one entry per student and there is no fee to enter. Entries for the Essay must not exceed 350 words. The Poem should be no longer than 2 pages. All submissions must be typed. Please put your name, grade, address, school, and teachers name at the upper left hand corner of your essay or poem. Essays and Poems will be judged on content, organization and grammar, and creativity by the grade level category entry of 5-6, 7-8,9-12. Contestants can submit contest entries by dropping them off at the School Office by Monday March 21nd prior to 11AM. Contest winners will be announced in April 2011. Prizes will be awarded to an entrant in each category. Drop off entries at your School Office, and a local coordinator will pick up entries in the AM on Monday, March 21 st and return them to the District Superintendents office for districtwide pick-up by a Centenary College Representative. All entries will become property of Earth Day Committee and will not be returned. Winning poems and essays may be published.

6 April Centenary Earth Day Contest Tentative Deadline April 12 th Maximum 2 pages Grade Levels: 5-6, 7-8, 9-12 Headingupper left hand corner of the poem Name Grade Address School Teachers Name Creative Communication Contest Tentative Deadline April 5 th Maximum 21 lines Grade Levels: 3-6, 7-9, 10-12 Headingupper left hand corner of the poem Title Name Grade Address (School or Home) School Name Teachers Name Creative Communication 1488 North 200 West Logan, Utah 84341 1 entry per student per Season Contest

7 April Continued The Student Poetry Contest is open to all students enrolled in grades 3-12 Each entrant may submit one poem of no more than 20 lines on any subject, and in any form, provided that the content of the poem is not vulgar or offensive, does not employ profanity, and is the original, individual work of the entrant. All submissions become the property of The America Library of Poetry and will be considered for publication in a forthcoming anthology and may appear on this website. Entrants retain copyright on his/her own individual work. Submissions by multiple entrants may be mailed together in one package to save on postage. All entries sent by mail must include completed entry form. Students may submit no more than one poem per contest.

8 May Pine Tree Poetry Book Contest Tentative Deadline May 15th Ages 5-18 Headingupper left hand corner of the poem Name Home Address School Name Teachers Name Pine Tree Poetry 2966 South Church St. Suite 304 Burlington, NC 27215 1 poem per student

9 June SPS Studios Announces Its Eighteenth Biannual Poetry Card Contest Deadline: June 20, 2011 1st prize: $300 * 2nd prize: $150 * 3rd prize: $50 In addition, the winning poems will be displayed on our website sps.com. Please read the following, then scroll down to submit your poem.sps.com Poetry Contest Guidelines: Poems can be rhyming or non-rhyming, although we find that non-rhyming poetry reads better. We suggest that you write about real emotions and feelings and that you have some special person or occasion in mind as you write. Poems are judged on the basis of originality and uniqueness. English-language entries only, please. How to Submit Simply complete the contest form below, or if you prefer, you may send your submission via snail mail* to: SPS Studios Poetry Card Contest, P.O. Box 1007, Dept. E, Boulder, CO 80306. Poetry Contest Submission Form

10 July

11 August Creative Communication Contest Tentative Deadline August 16th Maximum 21 lines Grade Levels: 3-6, 7-9, 10-12 Headingupper left hand corner of the poem Title Name Grade Address (School or Home) School Name Teachers Name Creative Communication 1488 North 200 West Logan, Utah 84341 1 entry per student per Season Contest

12 September

13 October

14 November

15 December Creative Communication Contest Tentative Deadline December 6th Maximum 21 lines Grade Levels: 3-6, 7-9, 10-12 Headingupper left hand corner of the poem Title Name Grade Address (School or Home) School Name Teachers Name Creative Communication 1488 North 200 West Logan, Utah 84341 1 entry per student per Season Contest

16 Books The Best Teen Writing is a student-edited anthology of authentic teenage voices from across America. These prize-winning pieces from The Scholastic Writing Awards express the thoughts and aspirations of our nation's youth. The Alliance prints and distributes 15,000 free copies of The Best Teen Writing each year to students, teachers, families, and educational organizations throughout the United States. The publication is also available for purchase through our sponsor, Amazon.com.Amazon.com http://www.artandwriting.org/ORGPrograms/Show/5

17 Newspaper Publications 50 Plus Monthly Newspaper 50 Plus Monthly PO Box 309 Succasunna, NJ 07876 The Express Times PO Box 391 Easton, PA 18044-0391 The Star-Ledger 1 Star-Ledger Plaza Newark, NJ 07102-1200 The Warren Reporter The Reporter 8 Minneakoning Rd. Flemington, NJ 08822

18 Local Publications Our Town Our Town Warren LLC P.O. Box 20 Allamuchy, NJ 07820 Poetry Submission E-mail Address: First Name: Last Name: Address: The Messenger The Messenger/ Good Impressions, Inc. 325 W. Washington Ave. Washington, NJ 07882 Poetry Submission E-mail Address: First Name: Last Name: Age/Grade Address:

19 50 Plus 50 Plus Monthly PO Box 309 Succasunna, NJ 07876

20 Magazines Cicada (9-14) Cricket (9-14) Cobblestone (9-14) Calliope (9-14) Faces (9-14) Spider (6-9) Ladybug (3-6) Babybug (Under 3) Appleseeds (6-9) Odyssey (9-14) Muse (9-14)

21 Cricket & Spider Submissions Editor/Cricket Magazine 70 East Lake Street, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60601 For Audience of Ages 9-14 (Cricket) For Audience of Ages 6-9 (Spider) www.cricketmagkids.com/contests (monthly contests available) Please include Name age Full address Your Big Big Backyard, Ranger Rick Wild Animal Babies Submissions Editor 11100 Wildlife Center Reston, VA 20190 Please include Name age Full address Cicada http://www.cicadamag.com/submitwork For poems: Cicada Arbiter of Creative Endeavors P.O. Box 300 Peru, IL 61354 Cobblestone, Calliope, Faces Cobblestone Publishing 30 Grove Street, Suite C, Peterborough, NH 03458 For Audience of Ages 9-14

22 Magazines Continued READ Magazine Post It! Page Read 200 First Stamford Place PO Box 120023 Stamford, CT 06912-0023

23 Magazines Continued Pockets PO Box 340004 Nashville, Tennessee 37203 For Audience of Ages 6-12 Birds & Blooms 5925 Country Lane Greendale, WI 53129 Poetry Submission E-mail Address: First Name: Last Name: Address: Country: Phone Number:

24 Ferrets Ferrets Magazine PO Box 6050 Mission Viejo, CA 92690 Please include your age and poems should be 20 lines or less. Teen Ink Box 30 Newton, MA 02461 Merlyns Pen For Contest Information: http://www.merlynspen.org/write/contests.php Merlyns Pen The National Magazine for student writing PO Box 1058 E. Greenwich, RI 02818 SASE Name on every page School Name and address Hackettstown Middle School 500 Washington Street Hackettstown, NJ 07840 Teachers Name and Grade School Phone number 908 852 8554 Your Home address Your Home phone number Principals Name Mrs. Marie Griffin


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