The Southern Breakthrough Series: South Carolina

Winning Manuscript will be Published Spring 2024

The TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series highlights a first full-length collection by emerging authors from each state in the southern U.S. The current state is South Carolina.


Submissions open on December 1 and close on February 28.

General Guidelines

  • Submissions open December 1, 2022 and close February 28, 2023.
  • Submissions are accepted through Submittable only.
  • Open to any poet born in South Carolina, or currently residing in South Carolina, who has not yet published a full-length collection of poetry. The author may have published chapbooks or books in other genres.
  • There is no fee to enter.
  • There are no formal restrictions, we welcome poetry of any style/form.
  • Open to any poet writing in English. Translations are not eligible.
  • Poems may have been published individually in magazines or anthologies, but the collection as a whole must be unpublished.
  • Simultaneous submissions are acceptable. Please notify TRP immediately by withdrawing the manuscript via Submittable if the manuscript is accepted elsewhere.
  • Current and former students and faculty of Sam Houston State University are not eligible.
  • Winner will receive a publication and 20 copies of the published book.

Manuscript Guidelines

  • Manuscripts must be between 50 and 100 pages in length.
  • Please include a table of contents, title page, acknowledgments page, and page numbers.
  • No more than one poem per page.
  • Submit as a .pdf, .docx, or .doc file format.
  • No revisions will be accepted once the manuscript is uploaded.

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