What is “Princeton” essay contest? 

Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts annually hosts a poetry contest so-called “The Leonard L. Milberg ’53 High School Poetry Prize.” The contest is designed to inspire young poets or the ones who appreciate the art of poetry to further excel in the pursuit of creativity. The judges on the Princeton University Creative Writing Faculty will evaluate entrants’ submitted works. 

What are the requirements to enter the contest? 

What are the requirements to enter the contest? There are no associated fees to enter the contest. Individuals in the 11th grade in the U.S. or abroad are only eligible to enter. For more details on the specific entry requirements, please check the website

What are the prizes? 

First prize winner receives $500; second prize winner receives $250; and, third prize winner receives $100.

When is the deadline for submissions? 

Fall 2020. To find out the exact date, please visit the website later this year.

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