Deadline: May 15, 2024

Entry fee: $25

About the competition

The Montreal International Poetry Prize 2024 is now open for submissions!

Once again, $20,000 Canadian are on the line for a single poem of 40 lines or fewer. Our final judge A.E. Stallings will select the winning poem from a shortlist of 60 poems carefully chosen by our honoured jury of twelve established and successful poets. On the jury this year will be: Caroline Bird, Sadiqa de Meijer, Bianca Stone, rob mclennan, Kaie Kellough, Sarah Wolfson, Mai Der Vang, Damen O’Brien, Danielle Legros Georges, Vivek Narayanan, Andrew McMillan, and Randy Lundy.

The shortlist and winner will be announced and published on our website in September 2024, and an anthology will all our finalists will follow next year.

Until our early bird deadline on May 1, first submissions are $20, and after that $25 until submissions close on May 15. Additional submissions are welcome at a discounted rate of $17 at any time. All prices are in Canadian dollars.

Get your best poems ready and join us for a major event of English language poetry in 2024!

About the competition

  • Terms Binding. By entering the competition, each Entrant agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  • Privacy. All personal information provided by the Entrant shall be used solely for the administration of the Montreal International Poetry Prize (the “Montreal Prize”). By providing such information, the Entrant consents to its use for such purposes.
  • Accuracy of Information. The Entrant guarantees that all personal information provided in his or her personal account and in the entry form is accurate. The Entrant assumes responsibility and liability for any and all consequences arising from human error, fraudulent information, and any information provided to the Montreal Prize that is inaccurate. Any false statement made by an Entrant is grounds for disqualification from the Montreal Prize.
  • Limitation of Liability. The Montreal Prize and its directors, officers, and employees shall assume no liability resulting from losses, delays, fraudulent claims or statements, loss or theft of any data, damage to any equipment including software, computer errors, malfunctions related to information technology, or any other errors. The Montreal Prize and its directors, officers and employees shall assume no liability whatsoever for any event, act, or situation beyond their control.
  • Read the whole guideline and submit an entry here.
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