Illustration of Dante's Divine Comedy by Jean-Edouard Dargent100 Days of Dante Poetry Contest The Society December 3, 2021 From the Society, Poetry, Poetry Contests 2 Comments 100 Days of Dante Poetry Contest Sponsored by the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing with the Society of Classical Poets . . Introduction 100 Days of Dante is a collaborative resource aimed at educating readers and forming new readers of Dante’s Divine Comedy. Through videos that explore its literary, theological and spiritual significance, 100 Days of Dante hopes to inspire new and life-long readers to celebrate Dante’s enduring legacy. The resource is presented by Baylor University Honors College in collaboration with a number of other institutions and organizations. As part of 100 Days of Dante, the Society of Classical Poets has joined together with the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing of Calvin University to offer this 100 Days of Dante Poetry Contest. . Guidelines Submit one poem of no more than 30 lines inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy No submission fee Deadline: January 31, 2022 Winners will be announced at the close of the 100 Days of Dante in April 2022. . Submit here: https://centerforfaithandwriting.submittable.com/submit . Prizes 1st Place High School: $300 1st Place Collegiate: $300 1st Place Post-College: $300 Best Overall Poem: $500 . Main Judges Angela Alaimo O’Donnell, PhD is a professor, poet, and writer at Fordham University in New York City and serves as Associate Director of Fordham’s Curran Center for American Catholic Studies. Her publications include two chapbooks and seven collections of poems, most recently, Andalusian Hours (2020), and Love in the Time of Coronavirus: A Pandemic Pilgrimage (2021). O’Donnell’s most recent manuscript, Holy Land, won the Paraclete Poetry Prize 2021 and will be published in 2022. In addition, O’Donnell has published a prize-winning memoir, Mortal Blessings (2014), and a number of works on Flannery O’Connor. James Sale is a Dante enthusiast and has written about him for The Epoch Times, St Austin Review, and the Society of Classical Poets. His poetic tribute in terza rima—HellWard –received wide acclaim. Sale’s English Cantos website (https://englishcantos.home.blog) has 25+ contributors celebrating Dante in a variety of media. . . CODEC News:Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) 2 Responses Christo Dippenaar April 12, 2022 Where does an encouraging poem fit in? Where does a thanksgiving poem fit in? Reply John Savoie May 9, 2022 Will the Dante contest likely be offered next year as well? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.