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Calling Poets, Artists, & Writers

By Sherilyn Stevenson

Poets, artists, and writers — what are you creating? We want to know, and we want you to share it with us!

Whether you’re a Segullah regular (hello and thank you), or finding us for the first time (welcome and browse), consider entering our annual contest. We’re seeking pieces from LDS women in poetry, prose, and visual arts.

Who we are:


What we’re looking for and how to submit:

In Poetry: https://segullah.org/submit/contests/poetry-contest/

In Prose: https://segullah.org/submit/contests/prose-contest/

In Visual Arts: https://segullah.org/submit/contests/visual-art-contest/

Previously honored work: https://segullah.org/category/genre/contest-honorees/

Why you should enter:

Besides creative fulfillment, the chance to be published, and other blessings unmeasured, you could win! Two recipients will win a $100 cash prize, and this year’s prose winner will win feedback and mentoring from featured writer, Meg Conley (https://segullah.org/genre/interviews/interview-with-meg-conley/).

We look forward to reviewing your submissions. With the Dec. 31 deadline, the time to enter is now!

About Sherilyn Stevenson

Prose Editor at Segullah, Sherilyn Stevenson's essays and poetry appear in Dialogue, The Friend, LDS Living, Mothers Always Write, and other publications. She earned a Masters of English with a creative writing emphasis and works for state government in Utah.

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