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Erasure Poetry Contest

Erase an excerpt from A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder by James De Mille, into your own prize-winning poem. Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

Announcing the shortlisted entrants for the 2018 Erasure Poetry Contest! Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

We've made it even easier to enter the Erasure Poetry Contest with this helpful list of FAQ! Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

Erase an excerpt from Wacousta, one of the oldest Canadian novels, into your own prize-winning poem. This contest is now closed. Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

Geist is pleased to announce the winners of the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Many thanks to all those who entered! Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

Longlisted for the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Longlisted for the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Longlisted for the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Longlisted for the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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First prize winner of the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Second prize winner of the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Second prize winner of the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Third prize winner of the 3rd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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Erase an excerpt from Cottonopolis by Rachel Lebowitz into your own prize-winning poem. Read more

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Geist is pleased to announce the winners of the 2nd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Many thanks to all those who entered! Read more

Erasure Poetry Contest

"And yes, you speak francais. / Do not gag too much." Neily Jennings' prize-winning erasure poetry tackles cross-cultural relations. Read more

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Longlisted for the 2nd Annual Geist Erasure Poetry Contest. Read more

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