Consider your goals for the new year. Does it include living and writing in one of the most aesthetically pleasing places in New England? Every year since 1977, a poet lives and writes in Robert Frost’s former home. And his or her photo joins the wall, a photographic legacy of all the poets who have come before. We are welcoming submissions through December 31st, midnight. See more information below.
A prize of $2,000, featured reading at Dartmouth College, The Frost Place and other local venues, and a six-to eight week residence at Robert Frost’s former home in Franconia, New Hampshire, is given annually to a poet who has published at least one poetry collection. Applications accepted through December 31, 2012. Apply online. Visit www.frostplace.org for more information. Or go directly to: https://thefrostplace.submittable.com/submit