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“White Label Collection – Deux” First Collection Pamphlet Competition CLOSES 28 February

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The Hedgehog Poetry Press is looking for three new poets who will have a debut pamphlet published and receive 100 copies of their collection.

Following on from the first White Label competition that saw Annie Maclean, Attracta Fahy and Philippa Hatton-Lepine join the array of Hedgehog Press poets in 2019, this competition is the next phase of the odyssey.

The search for Three More First Collections, with the ‘White Label Collection’ competition that will see each of the winners destined to have their work beautifully published in pamphlet form by the Hedgehog Poetry Press.

White Label collections are a new series that intend to provide a home to poets for their first collections, however there is no age limit or profile for these. Additionally, there are no restrictions if you have previously self-published a collection, you are still invited to enter. So whether you are 17 or 70, have just come to poetry or are returning to it after living a life, please enter your work.

Each winner will be published by The Hedgehog Poetry Press and receive 100 copies of their collection.

The competition will be judged by Mark Davidson, Editor of The Hedgehog Poetry Press.

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2 thoughts on ““White Label Collection – Deux” First Collection Pamphlet Competition CLOSES 28 February”

  1. Good morning. I have enjoyed several recent posts on the subject of museums. I would like to submit a poem about a museum I wrote before last Christmas. BUT – I cannot find the way to do it. Not sure why I am having this difficulty, since you are open for submissions just now. Please can you help?

    Best Wishes, Simon Gates

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