Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award
Mizmor Anthology: Poetry and Art
The 2018 Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award is now open for submissions. You are invited to visit the specific guidelines and submit as noted; Submissions to the 2018 Mizmor Anthology are now considered (no restrictions on the number of works submitted by a single poet). Editors are considering featured poet per edition - TBD.
Thank you / The Editors
We consider original-unpublished works by writers from all parts of the world. We are interested in spiritually engaged poems from a broad range of perspectives. We like accessible works that find fresh meaning in old traditions that recognize the challenges of our generation. We evaluate works on several levels, including its skillful use of craft; its ability to hold interest; and layers of meaning.
Please submit ONE poem in a single submission. We review unlimited number of submissions by a single writer and reply to all within a month. *If you haven't heard from us, please send us a follow-up email to: email@example.com. Please do not include any contact information with the works, only with the cover letter (optional). We respect pen names...but please submit under your choice of name. We prefer Time New Roman font #12. RTF/DOC files. We favor ONE-PAGE works. No limit on the number of works per poet for this edition. We do not consider previously published works or simultaneous submissions.
Artists, please review the statement for this edition and submit work to be considered for the collection. This is eEdition and will be released December 2018 as PDF. file.
Mizmor Anthology requires first serial rights. Rights revert to the author upon publication, although Mizmor Anthology expects to be credited when works are republished.
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Thank you! The Editors
The Anna Davidson Rosenberg Poetry Awards on the Jewish experience were established by Nedda Fratkin, Marvin Rosenberg and Violet Ginsburg in memory of their mother, Anna Rosenberg, née Davidson in 1987. The contest is open to all writers exploring the Jewish experience (irrespective of author's ethnicity or religious affiliation).
All entrants retain the copyright rights that they have in the poems they submit, but by participating in this contest and submitting poems, all winners grant Poetica Publishing the right, license, and ability to use and publish all winning poems (in complete form or in excerpted form) on Poetica Publishing web site, on other Web sites, in other media, and in print editions/anthology.
2017 winners: visit the website
$250.00 - First Place
$150.00 - Second Place
$150.00 - Third Place
$75.00 - Up to Ten Honorable Mention
$18.00 - Finalists
The winning poems will be published on our website.
Yiskah Rosenfeld holds an MFA in poetry from Mills College and an MA in jurisprudence and social policy from UC Berkeley. While studying at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, she taught Jewish literature at Temple University. Along with receiving the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Prize in 2010, Yiskah was awarded the Reuben Rose Memorial Prize in Israel. (full BIO on our website)
January 15, 2019
HOW TO SUBMIT:
We accept submissions via SUBMITTABLE, only.
Please submit ONE poem in a single submission
and up to FIVE poems per writer.
*Judging is done anonymously, please do not
include cover letter, biographical information,
or introduction to the work.
A committee of three to five award-winning poets will
review the submissions and will advise the writers if
their work has been selected for the final judging process.
Final selection of winners by May 2019.
We consider UNPUBLISHED works, only.
Once submitted, works cannot be withdrawn or revised.
Submissions by mail/email - will not be acknowledged.
Do not change titles of published or award-winning works
and submit to the contest.
Please do not include introduction
to the work or BIO information.
Time New Roman #12
One page / Up to 36 lines
No underlines / graphics
Single space - please
No contact information
Black color fonts - only
Poems must be titled