Tuesday, 25 March 2008

Poet-in-Residence's ILP bronze medal

Skeptics say it's impossible to win an International Library of Poetry* prize without parting with money for books, cds, or whatever. If that's the case, Poet-in-Residence has just achieved the impossible for today's post brought a 3rd Prize bronze medal suitably engraved with laurel leaves and the designation 'International Open Amateur Poetry Contest Winner' to the bardic residence!
Poet-in-Residence takes this opportunity to congratulate the other 104 prize winners (silver and bronze medals) from USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Malaysia; and also first prize winner, Anni Macht Gibson of Cincinnati, who pockets a cheque for $1,000.

*commonly known as poetry.com

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