THIS IS THE END. YOU HAVE
ONE NO MORE DAY TO GET YOUR SUBMISSIONS IN IF YOU HOPE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE 2014 ROBERT KROETSCH AWARD!
Submissions for the 2014 Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry are open, but they’re not going to be open very much longer.
If you’re sitting on an awesome, experimental poetry manuscript, looking for your big break, the time to act is now. Now. NOW! NOOOWWWWWWWW!!1!
Our partners over at Matrix Magazine, and this year’s Robert Kroetsch Award judge, the esteemed Ken Babstock, are eagerly awaiting your (last minute) submissions, but the contest closes 31 January 2014, so you need to get it in gear.
*Check out the site of our partners over at Matrix Magazine for all the details!
More About The Kroetsch Award
Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry is a prize awarded annually for the best poetry manuscript by an emerging Canadian writer (a writer who has published fewer than two books). Each year the winning manuscript is selected by an established poet in cooperation with Invisible Publishing’s Snare imprint. (This year’s judge is Ken Babstock, and we feel really lucky to be working with him.)
The winner receives a trade book contract with Invisible Publishing. Their work is published and promoted under the Snare imprint, and they receive a $500.00 advance.
More About Robert Kroetsch
Robert Kroetsch is without a doubt Canada’s most important postmodern writer. His novels, poetry and theory have consistently been benchmarks for literary innovation in Canada. He won the governor General’s Award for his novel, The Studhorse Man, and in 2004, and he was made an officer of the order of Canada. Kroetsch passed away suddenly in 2011. Invisible Publishing’s Snare imprint is proud to honour his literary legacy through the annual Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry.