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Poetry in the Garden Contest

Keith Bowers
Monday February 18 | Free.

 The Public Library of Cincinnati is partnering with the Grailville Retreat and Program Center to discover new and talented poets from around the area. Adults, ages 18 and up, are invited to enter their creative verses through February 28, using ONLY the online form.  Entries will be judged in March by a committee of literary professionals, and up to four winners will have his or her poem will be published on the Library's website in April. Winners will have the opportunity to read their work on opening night of <i>Poetry in the Garden</i> as well.



Website: http://www.cincinnatilibrary.org/news/2013/poetry-contest.aspx
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