Dudley Randall Student Poetry Competition deadline
February 27, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: College of Liberal Arts & Education Main Office, Briggs Building
Each year, the English Department honors the late poet, publisher and University librarian Dudley Randall by sponsoring a poetry competition. Winners will read their poems at the College of Liberal Arts & Education (CLAE) Honors Convocation, March 24. Please be sure you will be available on that date.
Who may submit a poem?
Undergraduates registered this semester.
What are the prizes?
Just before semester break, on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 5 p.m.
You must be an undergraduate student. You may submit one poem, and you must fill out an entry form. Entry forms are available in the CLAE Main Office (Briggs Building) or by email (see below).
Submit a hard copy of the entry form and your poem of 55 lines or less, in English. The poem must be typed, with your student ID number on each page. Do not put your name on the paper, only your student ID. Do not staple your entry! Bring your entry and submission form to the CLAE Main Office in the Briggs Building.
In addition, send a copy of your poem as a Microsoft Word document attached to an email to Professor Claire Crabtree at email below.
Contact Claire Crabtree (see below) for feedback or information. (Office: Briggs Building 219)