York County Libraries Seek Entries for 32nd Annual Poetry Contest
The winning poems will be published on the York County Libraries’ website and in a booklet, which will be added to the library collection. Winners will be invited to read their poetry during the “A Celebration of Poetry” event on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. The celebration event is open to the public.
Students interested in entering the contest should write an original poem in their style of choice. The poem must be written by the individual and not as part of a group or collaboration. Adding original artwork to poetry entries is allowed, but not required. Entries can be submitted by email, online, by mail or at Martin Library Children’s Library. The contest rules and official entry form are available online at poetry.yorklibraries.org. Questions may be directed to Jackie Dell-Shearer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
York County Libraries include 13 libraries that provide the latest in print and digital information, best sellers, Wi-Fi, digital story times, online book discussions and 80 databases. Their extensive collection of over 700,000 items includes over 80,000 digital library materials for loan. All are available for free with a York County Libraries card. Community members without a card are invited to request one at yorklibraries.org at no cost.
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