Announcing the Finalists for the inaugural Lengthy Poem Contest

We have one binger of an inaugural Lengthy Poem Contest
coming up in April.

For this contest, and this contest alone,
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Christian Rauh Fishburne’s “The Bridge That Would Not Burn”
as the novelette continues in serialization, every Sunday.
Catch up with Week Nine,
in which Alice the chimneysweep girl lock-picks in her sleep, calling Charlotte’s attention to Lt. Atchison’s emptied wardrobe.

The finalists, in order of publication:

Publishing daily in seven parts, April 5th- April 11th,
“Napping Nathan” by Mark Henderson

Then, head down the rabbit hole with
“The summer house of the Old Ones” by Clarice Hare
publishing daily in nine parts, April 12th- April 20th

And explore
“begin with the stone” by EA Kane
live in its entirety April 21st.

FAN VOTING will open last Wednesday of April, which is the 28th,
lasting four days until the final moments of Saturday May 1st.
Winners will be announced Monday May 3rd.

View the Lengthy Poem Contest Guidelines.
Meet contest judge, Paul-Newell Reaves.

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