SUBMISSION OPPORTUNITES:

 

 
  • Annual Templar Pamphlet & Collection Awards is now closed for submissions. The successful pamphlet and anthology poets will be contacted in late July and throughout August
  • Quarterly Templar Portfolio Awards: currently open for submission until 8th September. The winner of the second Portfolio Award has been notified and the outcome will be announced online before the end of July
  • QUARTERLY PORTFOLIO GUIDELINES CLICK HERE SUBMISSION PAGE CLICK HERE

  •  The 2015 iOTA Shot Awards for Poetry Pamphlets OPEN for submissions CLICK HERE

  • Annual Straid Collection Award is now Closed for submissions and will open for the 2015 Award in September 2014

 

  • Iota Poetry, our 'in-house' poetry journal considers submissions all year round - up to six pages or around 250 lines of poetry

     

  • Iota Poetry is produced in collaboration with the University of Gloucestershire. We welcome submissions throughout the year of up to six poems by post or online
  • Three issues are published each year, in Spring, Summer and Winter
  • Each issue contains new work by around twenty five poets, reviews, interviews and features
  • Full submission details are available on the Iota Poetry website  HERE

    Iota Poetry is Edited by Nigel McLoughlin - Further information CLICK HERE
 
  • Templar Poetry publishes full collections, short, medium and full length pamphlets and Iota Poetry Magazine
  • We publish fifteen or more new poetry titles each year
  • Three Annual Poetry Awards bring new poets to Templar. All are published in our superb quality books, invited to read to read at our live events and to participate in our archive recording programme which will broadcast recordings online from March 2014
  • The Annual Derwent Poetry Festival is held in the heart of Derbyshire in early November
  • Our regular London readings in association with  Keats House began on Tuesday 27th May 2014

with the launch of Damian Smyth's new collection Mesopotamia, and Tom Weir's iShot Award winning pamphlet The Outsider

 




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