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Poetry competition: Indigo Dreams Collection Competition 2019

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Two winners will have a collection published and receive 20 copies

To enter the Indigo Dreams Collection Competition, submit 15 pages of poetry (up to 36 lines per page including breaks). The poems may have been previously published online,in an anthology or magazines, but must not previously have been published as a collection or pamphlet.

The winning collections will be up to 52 pages and will be published by award-winning independent publisher Indigo Dreams in 2020.

Entry is £15 per block of poems.

The closing date is 31 July.

For full details see the website.

 

 

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