TIME TO SPRING INTO ACTION
- From: SueK <suek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 04:28:25 -0800 (PST)
Writelink’s annual Spring Fever poetry competition has launched with a
bang with some superb entries all ready appearing on its new open
voting site! Way out in front with ...
18 votes and 8 comments is ... A Promise of Spring!
The organisors are looking for spring like poems capable of toppling
this from the head of the Site Shortlist so if you’ve a spring like
poem you can express in a maximum of 40 lines you could be in with a
chance of winning one of our top prizes.
To help, the contest has a very varied collection of photographs in
its site Gallery which can be used to provoke inspiration and
Alternatively, you can upload your own graphic and then it’s time to
get to work and let the world know about your entry because this
No ordinary competition!
Spring Fever gives you the tools to invite your friends, relations and
work colleagues to vote and comment on your entry. The more votes you
accrue the more chance you have of making the Site Short list and
getting your work seen by the public.
However, final judging will be by human judge, Glenise Lee, who will
be keeping a close eye on all the entries! At the end of the contest
she’ll add up to 10 poems of her own choosing to those generated by
the Site Shortlist.
Site Short List? This is generated by the number of votes each entry
receives and guarantees the top 10 poems a place on the Judge’s Short
The poem with the highest number of votes will not necessarily be the
winner! As said previously, final judging is by human editor!
Entries are limited to 100 and the contest closes on the 21st March.
Full details here:
Spring Fever is sponsored by:
WriteItNow Version 4 novel writing software.
Give it a whirl by downloading a complimentary trial!
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