The 2014 #MormonPoetrySlam Entries are in…

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The submissions are in for the 2nd Annual #MormonPoetrySlam: eighteen poems from nine readers (a slight increase from last year).

Now that our contestants have thrown their voices into the ring, here’s how the competition will go down:

Beginning Monday, December 1, I’ll post a performance each day from Monday–Saturday until I’ve shared all eighteen. That will round things off Saturday, December 20, after which I’ll open the voting.

The performance with the most votes after the designated voting period will win the Audience Choice Award. As the event organizer, I’ll also give an Organizer’s Choice Award to the performance of my choosing.

Each winner will receive a copy of one of the following (per their choice):

To prepare you for the show, here’s the list of participants and the days they’ll be featured in the competition:

(Direct link to the schedule.)

So it shall come to pass.

Stay tuned to #MormonPoetrySlam beginning Monday: the winner’s fate depends on you.

14 thoughts on “The 2014 #MormonPoetrySlam Entries are in…

  1. Pingback: 2014 #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 2: Laura Craner Reads “How Long?” by Darlene L. Young

  2. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 1 (2014): Eric Jepson Reads “Mental Gas” by Eliza R. Snow

  3. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 7: Laura Craner Reads “Apple” by Patricia Karamesines

  4. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 11: Joe Plicka reads “Grandma Dyed Her Hair” by Rubina Rivers Forester

  5. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 15 (2014): Jonathon Penny reads “Jacob, to Esau” by Danny Nelson

  6. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 14 (2014): Elizabeth Pinborough reads “A Usually Dazzling World” by Emma Lou Thayne

  7. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 12 (2014): John Schouten reads “Recommended Daily Allowance” by “John Schouten”

  8. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 10 (2014): Eric Jepson reads an Excerpt from Onan the Illiterate by Stephen Dirle

  9. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 9 (2014): Neil Aitken reads “After Eden” by Marilyn Nielson

  10. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 13 (2014): Laura Craner reads “Pro Genitors” by Jonathon Penny

  11. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 8 (2014): Scott Hales reads “Consolation” by Nephi Anderson

  12. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 6 (2014): Jonathon Penny Reads “To the Lord of Sleepy Places” by Lance Larsen

  13. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 16 (2014): Jim Richards reads “Angels of Mercy” by Darlene Young

  14. Pingback: #MormonPoetrySlam, Day 18 (2014): Neil Aitken reads “Elegy” by E.S. Jenkins

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