CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST 2016 [FEBRUARY]

Words Rhymes & Rhythm hereby invites Nigerian poets to submit their poems for the BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST (BPPC) SEASON II (2016, February). In keeping with the spirit of St. Valentine, entries should be themed around LOVE. The BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST (BPPC), a brainchild of Words Rhymes & Rhythm (WRR),...

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APPLY FOR THE WRR-GREEN AUTHOR PRIZE 2015

WORDS RHYMES & RHYTHM LTD is pleased to announce the ‘GREEN AUTHOR PRIZE’ for young, unpublished Nigerian poets. The prize was initiated in recognition of the need to give upcoming writers a chance to get heard. The prohibitive cost of publishing has silenced young writers without the required funds, limiting...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST 2015 [JUNE]

Words Rhymes & Rhythm is calling for entries for the JUNE edition of the Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC) on the theme: “TRADITIONS AND CULTURE”. Organized in honor of Brigitte Poirson, French poet and lecturer, editor and promoter of African poetry, the BPPC is a monthly contest designed to identify and reward the under-appreciated poetic talents...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST 2015 [MAY]

Words Rhymes & Rhythm is calling for entries for the May edition of the Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC) on the theme: “A PEOPLE’S HOPE”. Organized in honor of Brigitte Poirson, French poet and lecturer, editor and promoter of African poetry, the BPPC is a monthly contest designed to identify and reward the under-appreciated poetic talents of...

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST 2015 [APRIL]

Words Rhymes & Rhythm is calling for entries for the April edition of the Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC) on the theme: ‘WIND OF CHANGE’. Organized in honor of Brigitte Poirson, French poet and lecturer, editor and promoter of African poetry, the BPPC is a monthly contest designed to identify and reward the under-appreciated poetic...

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