PIN EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR POETICALLY WRITTEN PROSE CONTEST 2022

Glass Door Initiative of Poets in Nigeria (PIN) has extended the deadline for the sixth edition of the Poetically Written Prose Contest from Tuesday 2nd of August to Wednesday 31st of August, 2022.

We discovered that entrants experienced difficulties purchasing their anthology and capturing it in their entries. It is on this note that we have decided to extend the deadline for submission to enable entrants to sort out this issue and comfortably submit their work without time hindrance. Entrants are to purchase an anthology with either of the below payment systems: 


i. Entrants automatically receive the anthology once they pay through this link: https://www.poetsinnigeria.org.ng/index.php/product/pwp-anthology/ 

ii. Entrants can transfer N1000 to Poets in Nigeria | 0759986028 | Access Bank and receive an anthology through email. All receipts of payment must be submitted alongside the entry.

To see submission guidelines, use this link: https://www.poetsinnigeria.org.ng/index.php/call-for-entries-poetically-written-prose-contest-2022/ 

For enquiries, contact the moderator on: 08136029669.

3 Replies to “PIN EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR POETICALLY WRITTEN PROSE CONTEST 2022”

  1. Greetings Sir. I paid for the anthology via the second option, which is the transfer of a thousand naira to PIN account, and attached my transfer details to my submission. However, as stated by your post, I’m yet to receive the anthology via email

  2. I paid for the anthology but never got it. So I sent my entry a night to the deadline previously set. But now this deadline has been extended, how can I get the anthology? And can I submit another entry?

  3. Have you wondered,
    If there where no ravenous.

    People are dying looking for food,
    having no money, no food,
    Families are struggling to keep their Children safe.
    “Hearing the sad complaining voices of beggars, who then will hear them without laughter”

    Parents die, the eldest child has to take care of the younger siblings getting whatever type of food for their younger brothers and sisters and then growing ravenously because they’re giving their food to their younger siblings.,

    Oh! Ravenous!!what ear to our sobbing hearts?

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