You did it! Congratulations! I am very impressed! You wrote 24 poems in 24 hours. This is an achievement that few poets ever accomplish. Although if you are a returning marathoner, some of you might be accomplishing it for the second or third time!
Now you should probably go get some sleep.
After every marathon I have participated in I, have been filled with exhaustion but also a tremendous sense of achievement. I hope you have that too.
If you completed the marathon please send us an email in the next couple of days to email@example.com with your full name, the details about what event you participated in (full or half marathon), a link to your marathon blog, and an email address in the body of the email.
You will not receive a digital certificate if you do not follow those instructions and email firstname.lastname@example.org by September second.
You should receive your digital certificate within two weeks of emailing us.
Also remember that this year we will be putting together a 2016 Poetry Marathon Anthology.
Submissions will open September 3rd and stay open till the 12th.
All submissions must include two poems, no more, no less. All submissions must be made via our email address (email@example.com). The subject line of all emails must be Poetry Submission. Poems must be included in the body of the email.
All poems submitted must be written during the 2016 Poetry marathon. All poems should be completely edited and contain no major grammatical errors. You must indicate which hour each poem was written in. Only poets who completed the whole or half marathon will be eligible to submit.
There is no guarantee that by submitting your poem will be selected although the goal is to include one poem by everyone who submits.
Digital copies will be made available for free to any contributor. Print copies will be available for a reasonable price and any money that is made from them will go back into the marathon.
Want to know what the 2014 Poetry Marathon Anthology was like? Pick up your copy here.