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Dartmouth Poet in Residence at The Frost Place

The Frost Place in Franconia, New Hampshire, invites applications for a six-to-eight-week residency in poet Robert Frost’s former farmhouse, which sits on a quiet north-country lane with a spectacular view of the White Mountains, and which serves as a museum and conference center. The residency begins July 1 and ends August 15, and includes an award of $1,000 from The Frost Place and an award of $1,000 from Dartmouth College. The recipient will have an opportunity to give a series of public readings across the region, including at Dartmouth College. Accommodations are spartan but comfortable. The Frost Place Museum is open to the public during afternoon hours, but the resident poet has sole use of non-public rooms of the house.

5th Annual Chapbook Competition Sponsored by Bull City Press

The winner’s chapbook will be published by Bull City Press in Summer 2017.  The winner will receive 10 complimentary copies (from a print run of 300), and a $250 prize.  The winner will also receive a full scholarship to attend the Poetry Seminar at The Frost Place including room and board (valued at approximately $1,550), and will give a featured reading from the chapbook at the Seminar. Additionally, the chapbook fellow will have the option to spend one week living and writing in The Frost Place House-Museum in September 2017 (peak fall foliage season in the White Mountains) at a time agreed upon by the fellow and the Frost Place.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JANUARY 5, 2017

Applications accepted online.

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