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Archive September 2009

In honor of the physician and poet William Carlos Williams, an eponymous competition is underway to celebrate a poem by a student attending a school of osteopathy or medical studies in the United States or Canada.

Chautauqua, the journal of the Chautauqua Institution in western New York, is seeking entries for its annual contest, open each year to writers working in different genres.

Marick Press, the publisher of poets such as Franz Wright, G. C. Waldrep, and Katie Ford, has launched a new poetry book contest.

The National Poetry Series announced yesterday the five winners of the 2009 Open Competition.

The Man Booker Prize judges announced today the finalists for the 2009 award, selected from a longlist of thirteen.

Use the holiday weekend now upon us to prepare your manuscript for entry into one of this autumn's upcoming first book awards.

Three writers have received 2009 Beyond Margins Awards from PEN American Center, the literary and human rights organization announced today.

The Rona Jaffe Foundation announced the winners of the organization's fifteenth annual Writers' Awards, devoted to the support of emerging women poets and prose writers.

Beginning today, U.S. fiction writers who have published at least one book have the opportunity to apply for four-thousand-dollar fellowships from the Christopher Isherwood Foundation.

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