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.
$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)
DEADLINE: January 15, 2019
Fee: $3.00 per poem
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 with biographical information or introduction to the work.
We consider UNPUBLISHED works, only. Once submitted, works cannot be withdrawn or revised.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. Final selection of winners 05/2019.
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