Celebrate National Poetry Month at CCV!

Announcing the first-ever opportunity for students, faculty, and staff at CCV Montpelier to submit poems to be displayed during national poetry month!

What it is: In conjunction with PoemCity, CCV Montpelier will select and display
poems by the CCV community during the month of April.

Poetry reading: the display will officially open with a poetry reading on the
evening of April 4. Refreshments will be served.

How and what to submit: Submit 3 or fewer poems. Poems should be no
longer than 24 lines. Name, address, and email should be on all submissions.
Include a cover letter explaining your connection to Montpelier CCV (student,
faculty, staff), your address and contact information.

There are 2 ways to submit.
1. Place 3 or fewer poems in an envelope and hand them in at the front desk
of Montpelier CCV.
2. Attach 3 or fewer poems through Submittable, a free online submission
service. (See link below).

https://kellogghubbardlibrary.submittable.com/submit/126010/call-for-poemspoemcity-2019
When to submit: Anytime from December 3 through February 28

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