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Dialogue of generations with Starbucks Coffee Poets

Starbucks Coffee Poets competition is announced for the sixth time. On this occasion, the café chain is presenting a Spotify list, on which you can listen to the poems of all the previous finalists. The 2024 theme of the competition is "Generations among each other" to encourage a dialogue between generations with different mindsets. Poets can apply between February 20 and March 24. During the competition Starbucks cooperates for the third time with the Young Writers Association (FISZ), who provide the winner with the opportunity to participate in their summer camp.

"It fills us with great joy that we can organize our literary competition for the sixth time this year. In addition, the current theme is extremely close to the Starbucks experience. Our slogan "It's good to be here" also says that our cafés welcome with open doors those who like pleasant conversations, those who come for friendly or business meetings, those who want quiet solitude or just learning together, those who want to get to know each other and those who want to talk, regardless of generation. Based on the experience of the past five years, we are confident that creative and valuable poems will be submitted to our competition, which will really highlight the importance of dialogue between generations," said Fanni Nyéki, the brand manager of Starbucks Hungary, who also added – ”The coffee chain has a new surprise this year: we are preparing a Spotify list on which you can listen to the poems of all the previous finalists, performed by the poet Lili Hanna Seres.

All enthusiastic writers can participate in the Starbucks Coffee Poets poetry competition, with a literary work written in Hungarian, not yet published in print, or never made public in any other form, with a maximum length of 4,000 characters. Applicants can send the application material between February 20, 2024 and midnight on March 24, 2024 as an online document and in a video message - where the author performs their poem - to starbucks[@]


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