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message 1: by C.P., Windrunner (new)

C.P. Cabaniss (cpcabaniss) | 656 comments Contest Rules
Please follow the guidelines listed on the first comment of each contest, which give parameters for length of entries.

Do not use a link to a story/poem, post directly to the topic as a comment. If you need more than one comment for your story/poem, you may split your work. Please label this in some way that makes it obvious the second post is a continuation.

Only one entry per person per contest. You can enter a poem and a story, but not more than one of each.

If you do not want feedback/comments, please say so in the top of your story/poem's comment.

Voting
Entrants are not required to vote in the polls, but if they choose to do so should not vote for their own story/poem.


message 2: by C. J., Cool yet firm like ice (last edited Jan 07, 2020 12:15PM) (new)

C. J. Scurria (goodreadscomcj_scurria) | 4263 comments Thank you for spelling it out CP.

Yes also just to let others know: if you feel to vote for your own story/poem it will not count. Sure it might count to you but we will check them (especially when we make official "winners" of each contest public here on the respective WSS prompt threads!).


message 3: by Brett (new)

Brett Starr | 152 comments Hello, this is Brett. When is the next poetry contest? I would like to enter a poem. Is there a particular format or recommended length? Thank you.


message 4: by C.P., Windrunner (new)

C.P. Cabaniss (cpcabaniss) | 656 comments Go to the Weekly Poetry Stuffage folder and find the most recent thread. All of the specifics for that (topic, dates, lengths, etc) are listed there.


message 5: by Brett (new)

Brett Starr | 152 comments Ok. Thank you.


message 6: by Brett (new)

Brett Starr | 152 comments When are the poetry contest winners announced?


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