Awards‎ > ‎

2018 Ruqayyah Ibourki Ekphrasis Poetry Competition

THIS PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Sponsored by Abdul Ibourki and administered by the Goulburn Valley Writers Group Inc.

featuring the work ‘___________________’ by Yorta Yorta artist Troy Firebrace

Judges: 

 

First Prize:          $300

Second Prize:    $200

Third Prize:        $100


Insert image here



Conditions of Entry

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ENTRY FORM. 

THE AUTHOR’S NAME MUST NOT APPEAR ANYWHERE ON THE ENTRY

·      The competition is open to all Australian Residents

·      Entries must be the competitor’s original and previously unpublished work

·      Entries must not have received any other awards or recognition in any other competition or publication at the closing date of entry

·      Entries must not be under consideration for publication at the closing date of entry

·      Entries must be to a maximum of 16 lines

·      Up to three poems may be submitted by a single author

·      The Goulburn Valley Writers Group Inc. and Mr Abdul Ibourki reserve the right to retain all entries, publish winning entries online

      and in print and provide winning and short-listed entries for loan.  Copyright remains with the author

·      Competitors are advised to retain a copy of items submitted – manuscripts will not be returned

·      The judges reserve the right to reject entries that exceed the specified line limit

·      The judges reserve the right to not award a prize if the quality of entries is not presumed to sufficient standard

·      The judges’ decisions are final, and no correspondence will be entered into

·      Only the Winner and Short-Listed finalists will be notified

·      The Winner and Short-Listed entries will be published by GV Writers Inc. and GV Libraries corporation on the applicable web pages

·      First, Second and Third entries will receive a certificate and prize money cheque

·      Entries which do not comply with these conditions cannot be accepted.  Entries close on [                 ] and winning poems will be announced during the week commencing


Untitled form