Click on the "James Hearst Poetry Prize" or the "Submit" tab above to participate in the 2013 prize by submitting up to 5 original poems. First place receives $1,000. Ansel Elkins won first place last year with her poem, "Mississippi Pastoral," found in the Spring 2012 issue (available through our online store). Our judge this year is H.L.
Be sure to look for your Fall 2011 copy of the North American Review. This issue features Anita Endrezze, Marc Dickinson, and J.P. Vallieres. Have a happy, literary Thanksgiving!
The NAR will hold its second annual writing festival on November 14, 2011 at the Cedar Falls Public Library. For more information, please visit the NAR Writing Festival web page linked above.
There are only two weeks left to enter this year's James Hearst Poetry Prize. All entries must be submitted by Midnight Oct. 31. For more information, please go to the link above.
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The North American Review is happy to announce the opening of this year's annual James Hearst Poetry Prize. This year we are moving the prize to an online system that should simplify the contest. To learn more about the James Hearst Poetry Prize, the rules, or how to submit your entry, follow this link.