From the site: “The best story, poem, and work of nonfiction will each receive $1,000 and publication in Dogwood’s 2020 issue. All finalists are also offered publication. Submissions close September 5th.”
While it would be awesome to win, in all honesty, it’s just fun for me to participate in these types of opportunities; to challenge myself, and at times, try something new.
This was my first attempt writing a Haiku poem. I found it to be somewhat challenging, yet quite enjoyable, too. Of course, being me, I did a bit of research before just jumping in with both feet and going for it.
The contest runs from April 17th – April 25th, with the winner being announced on April 26th, 2019.
Yup. It’s a campers life for me. At least for the next month. Springtime in April means NaNoWriMo. And as hinted at in my previous post today, the project I’ll be working on is a long overdue book of poetry. Tentatively titled, “Meanderings.”