Seaweek poetry competition
Seaweek 2021's poetry competition is about creating a poem that reflects this year's theme of Connecting With Our Seas | Toi Moana ~ Toi Tangata.
To enter, please fill out the form below, attach your poem and read the conditions of entry.
- Entries close midnight Sunday 14 March 2021.
- Please do not write your name, age or residency on the same sheet as your poems, as they will be judged anonymously.
- Please enter your details including name, address, telephone number, email address,plus the title(s) of your poem(s) into the online form.
- Entries are limited to 6 entries per ECE or school, or 2 per person in Open and Te Reo categories.
- Entries should be in English or Te Reo, typed and submitted online in PDF format. Please DO NOT illustrate your poem.
- Entries must fit on a single A4 page, be 400 words or less and be written to reflect the theme of Seaweek 2021.
- Judging will take place between 15-20 March with the winners notified shortly after. Winning entries will be displayed from the 22-29 March at a central venue (TBC) & via Facebook + The School for Young Writers website.
- Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and must never have been published, self-published, published on any public website or broadcast, nor placed in any other competition.
- Entrants will also need to tick the consent box in the online entry form to give authorisation for poem/s to be placed on the Seaweek, Environment Canterbury and School for Young Writers Facebook and website.
- The competition is open to anyone except the judges, the organiser of the competition and their families.
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