Press & The Ontario Poetry Society
Memory and Loss ~ a Canadian Anthology of Poetry
Dedicated to the victims of Alzheimer's
Editor & Compiler is I.B. Iskov
Open to all
poets living in Canada
on the themes of Dementia and Alzheimer's.
Max. length 72 lines. Spaces between the stanzas count as lines.
The poem title does not count, nor does the space between the title
and the first line of the poem.
All styles welcome.
Previously published poems welcome.
No lewdness, no foul language & no heavy slant on religion.
Include a short
bio, no longer than 50 words.
Include a cover page with your name, complete postal mailing address,
phone number and e-mail and list of poem titles.
Put your name to the top right hand corner on your poem page(s).
This is not blind judging and this is not a contest.
This fee is to help cover the cost of printing.
There is no limit on the number of submissions.
Not all poems submitted may merit inclusion in the book.
All contributors receive one complimentary copy.
Additional copies are $15 each.
Deadline: June 15, 2016, postmark date.
Send your submission,
complete with cheque or money order payable to Mark Clement,
Attn: I.B. Iskov, Anthology Editor,
#710 - 65 Spring Garden Ave., Toronto, Ont. M2N 6H9