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New This Summer - Spoken Word Poetry Contest!

Will you be in 9th-12th grade this fall? Does poetry speak to you? Then please throw your poem into the ring and put your mic where your mouth is!

Entries are due July 31, 2014 for the Greenville College Spoken Word Poetry Contest.


  • Must be in 9th-12th grade (private, public, or homeschool high school)
  • One entry per person
  • Upload a recording of your spoken word poetry to YouTube.
  • Fill out an entry form and submit your YouTube link to the GC Spoken Word Poetry Contest. You must include permission from your parent or guardian on the entry form.

Live Arts Contest Info

Check out the results of our spring Live Arts Contest! The full Live Arts Contest will return for entries August 1 through December 31, 2014. We'll be accepting entries in visual art, short fiction, poetry, non-fiction, serialized novels, graphic storytelling, and song lyrics from artists in high school and college. A grand prize of $200 will be awarded to the top high school entry as well as the top college entry, and their work will be published in The Vista and The Scriblerus. First and second place prizes of $20 and $10 will be awarded in each category. High school entries will be judged by grade and genre. College entries will be judged by genre.

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Contact Us:

Greenville College
Language, Literature, and Culture Dept.
315 E. College Ave.
Greenville, IL 62246

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