The winter classic  February 2, 2008 - February 16, 2008

Reading and Deliberating

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This idea comes from my love of sports, collage basketball in particular. The tournaments they hold at the beginning of the season inspired me to post this contest.

Participants will enter their work (As many as five pieces) and compete to be named the winner of the contest.

This contest will have five rounds.

1. 20 finalists will be named after round one to proceed on to round two.

2. Those twenty finalists will be asked to enter their poems in round two and the field will be judged and trimmed down to fifteen.

3. Those fifteen will enter their pieces in the third round and compete and ten will advance to the next round.

4. Those ten will compete and the contestants will be narrowed down to five.

5. In the final round the five finalists will compete and the last one standing will be named king of winter

Prizes

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Moderator

The Elder Pine
The Elder Pine
Death Valley, PA

Stats

6 Contestants
19 Submissions
306 Views
Created Feb 2, 2008

Submit Submit Writing

Rules

  • Any WritersCafe.org Member can Submit
  • Only Poetry can be Submitted
  • All Genres of Writing can be Submitted
  • Each Contestant May Submit 5 Pieces of Writing
  • Writing may be submitted 2/2/2008 - 2/16/2008
  • Winners will be decided by the Moderator

Disclaimer

The Elder Pine is solely responsible for the content of this contest, including all promised prizes. Take any promises of large monetary awards with a grain of salt. Contact The Elder Pine if you have any further questions.


Recent Submissions

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