#Oakleaf Winner 3/8/17

Congratulations to Anne Graue for winning this week’s #Oakleaf Twitter Contest! The prompt: Write a poem from the perspective of a tree. The poem: The Oldest I creak with each breeze wonder when I’ll feed insects house field mice & meadowlarks listen to song close to earth.

Reviving the #Oakleaf Twitter Contest

Hello fans and followers of Split Oak Press! We have decided to bring back the #Oakleaf Twitter Contest! The design is to foster an online literary culture by inspiring clever works of prose that fit in the size of one tweet. We’re looking for the interesting and original entries that reverberate with honesty and integrity, …

#Oakleaf Contest Winners

Past Oakleaf Contest Winners! We will be bringing back our Oakleaf Contest as well as introducing some new contests! Contest winners will be featured on our blog as well as Facebook and Twitter. Here are some winners of our previous Oakleaf contests! Winner 4/2/14 — Cicada Prompt: Congrats @CGhegan (Caitlin Ghegan)! Prayers for rain made …

#OakLeaf Contest Prompts

4/23/14: Write a short poem from the perspective of a plant. [Link] Deadline to enter contest: Monday, April 28th by 5pm 4/9/14: Astrology began long ago, and continues today; create your own sign, horoscope, or cosmic view. [Link] Deadline to enter contest: Monday, April 21st by 5pm Winner: @DeliDelSontro 4/2/14: Write a haiku about memory. What is nostalgia? …

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#OakLeaf Contest

Split Oak Press wants to create a larger readership, and writership, so we will be sponsoring a weekly writing contest on Twitter. The design is to foster an online literary culture by inspiring clever works of prose that fit in the size of one tweet. We’re looking for the interesting and original entries that reverberate with …