The conduit that connects the creative poetic voice

Arizona State Poetry Society

 














The conduit that connects the creative poetic voice, especially


in rural and remote areas of Arizona; we are connected to


excellent poetry and stimulated by the resonance of


other poets. Roberta L. Howard, CEO, NAVCARE 





 

News about 2016 Sandcutters!

The 2016 Sandcutters journal with the monthly and annual contest winners and a featured artist HAS BEEN MAILED! It's been a long wait for a beautiful book of poems, but it will be worth it. Members, winners and judges watch your mail and if you don't receive yours within a week or two (they are going by media mail), let us know!


We are having some difficulty with our webstore, though it does seem to be working for some things, like your dues!

Please see below for information on how to purchase a book.


To view the monthly winners, visit the News page.

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NOVEMBER & DECEMBER TOPICS

FOR

SANDCUTTERS 2017


NOVEMBER - The way of languages


DECEMBER - Old wishes


Members who have paid their dues for 2017 are eligible to submit poems to our monthly contests. To read the guidelines, click here:

http://azpoetry.webs.com/sandcutters.htm


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SO VERY SORRY, WE ARE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH OUR WEBSTORE. WE ARE WORKING ON IT. IF YOU WISH TO PAY YOUR DUES AND/OR PURCHASE A BOOK, PLEASE GO THROUGH THE WEBSTORE AND WHEN YOU HAVE THE TOTAL OF YOUR PURCHASE, BE OLD FASHIONED AND WRITE A CHECK. YOU MAY SEND IT TO:

ARIZONA STATE POETRY SOCIETY, 1145 E. KALER DR., PHOENIX, AZ 85020

Thank you for your patience!

Click on "Web Store" to pay your $25 annual dues through our website. We're doing our best to make it easy on you!!

If you wish to join any of our branches, please contact that branch as their dues may range from $3 to $5 per year.

Visit our webstore for purchase of our Annual Contest Anthologies and our semi-yearly journal, Sandcutters!

Please note that being a website member is not the same as being a member of the Arizona State Poetry Society.