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Wax Poetry and Art presents
Poem of the Year Contest 2017

How to Enter: Win a Wax Poetry and Art (& affiliated publication) poetry
contest.

Prize: $100 CAD

All First Place poems published in all
Wax Poetry and Art poetry contests
in 2017 will be automatically entered into the Poem of the Year Contest.
This also includes contest winners from affiliated publications, as listed.

Wax Poetry and Art publisher and editor, Kirk Ramdath, will select his
favourite of all 2017 winners, and that poem will be republished in Wax
Poetry and Art as the Poem of the Year for 2017. The winner will receive
a cash prize of $100, to add to their initial winning prize.

To be eligible for this contest, win one of the following poetry contests:

Poetry Contest #13
Socially Engaged Poetry Contest #2
Calgary Poetry Contest #1

More contests to be added soon. Join the email list for updates.

Questions or comments? Email
info@waxpoetryart.com.
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Wax Poetry and Art Projects
Poetry, fiction, visual art,
photography, and spoken
word by people under 25
years of age.
Publishes poetry, visual art,
and photography.
Publishes fiction and
photography.
Socially engaged poetry,
fiction, photos, visual art,
and spoken word.
Poetry, visual art, photos,
fiction, and spoken word.
Publishes poetry, visual art,
photography, fiction, spoken
word, music, and film by
residents of Canada.
Calgary Poetry Magazine
Edmonton Poetry Magazine
Montreal Poetry Magazine
Ottawa Poetry Magazine
Toronto Poetry Magazine
Vancouver Poetry Magazine
Poetry by First Nations, Métis,
and Inuit Canadians, Native
Americans, and indigenous
people living around
the world.