Sin Poetry Competition
Calling all poets on campus – SIN needs you!
It’s time for the annual SIN poetry Competition. This year’s judge is the Galway-based poet and writer, Fred Johnston. A founder of Cúirt literature festival and the Forge Festival at Gort, which takes place next month. Fred Johnston also runs Galway’s Western Writer’s Centre. His latest volume of poetry is Alligator Days. He writes in English and French and was awarded the Hennessey Prize for prose, and the Prix de L’Ambassade.
Email your poems to firstname.lastname@example.org with “poetry submission” in the subject line. Make sure to include your full name in your email.
Poems should be no longer than 40 lines.
The closing date is February 28th.
The winning poem will be published in SIN at the end of March.
The winning poem and two runners-up will be published also in SIN online.