Helga Kidder, Vice President and founder of the Chattanooga Writers’ Guild, will judge this month’s submissions!
Helga Kidder lives in the Tennessee hills with her husband. When the muse rests, she plays tennis or bakes. Her poems have recently been published in Kakalak, American Diversity Report, Poetry South and others. She has five collections of poetry, Learning Curve, poems about emigration and assimilation, Loving the Dead, which won the Blue Light Press Book Award 2020, Blackberry Winter, Luckier than the Stars, and Wild Plums. Helga loves humor, especially the kind Billy Collins brings to the page, and looks forward to judging April’s submissions. To learn more about Helga, go to helgakidder.com.
April call for submissions is Poetry with the theme of Humor. Writers are invited to interpret that as loosely or closely as they wish. Deadline to submit 1 to 3 poems is April 30, 2023 with a 40 line limit. Winners announced in May.
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Our Monthly Contests open on the 1st of each month and close on the last day, with one winner and one runner-up announced the following month. Winners receive $25, and winners and runners-up receive publication in The Pulse and our anthology, and one free copy of our next anthology, available in 2024. Monthly Contests are available to current members of the Chattanooga Writers’ Guild only, and are free to enter. To become a member, click HERE
The Monthly Contests rotate through a pattern of Poetry, Fiction, and Creative Nonfiction throughout the year, with a new theme each month. Go to the 2023 Monthly Contest Series Info page to view the genre and theme for each month.
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