Poetry Challenge Submission RULES
There’s been some confusion about the Poetry Challenge submission requirements. Please read the challenge post. To clear things up, I’ve explained the procedure below:
After you have written your poem and published it on your blog, please submit your poem and information on the submission form on the challenge post. I will also need the Https:// address link to your poem.
The form generates an email to me. Your submission allows me to cut and paste your poem and information from the email into the weekly recap, and then into the PDF Poet of the Week collection that you will be able to grab for free in 2020.
I’m limited in what I can change on the form, so I’ve included a key, so you understand the titles. This is what you’ll see on the Tanka Tuesday Challenge posts:
After you’ve published your poem on your own blog, copy and paste your poem into the form below. Then, click the SUBMIT button. (WordPress limits on the titles, so use the key below to know what to fill in the blanks). This form generates an email to me.
- Name = The name you want to show up in the recap
- Name = (By default your name comes up) Delete your name and type in “Title of Poem & Type of Poem” Ex: “Starlight,” A Haiku
- Website = (By default your main blog address comes up) Delete that address and copy, cut, & paste the Https:// link to your poetry post from your blog
- Message = Your Poem
PLEASE do NOT submit your information on this post. Go to my challenge post which I published this morning. ❤
If you don’t see your poem on the Recap, I didn’t get an email from you which means you didn’t submit it to the form on the challenge post. ❤
You can copy or save the above image to your desktop as your cheat sheet on what to submit for the challenge. I hope this helps.
I can’t change the titles on the submission form. WordPress won’t let me edit the form. ❤
We’ve gotten rave compliments on our poetry on the recap. This procedure is so easy for me to compile the post. I love showing off your poetry! ❤