I received the first entry to this year's contest about a week ago, a version of Psalm 139 by a former Bennington classmate. The Bay Psalm Book renders a part of the original as If I take mornings wings; and dwell / where utmost sea-coasts be / even there thy hand shall me conduct. The first submission flips this to say that God too is unable to escape the psalmists presence. They are stuck with one another. I wish I could share more but don't want to to let the cat out of the bag or unduly influence other writers in their approach. Plenty of time left to get your entry in. $200 up for psalming grabs. See the details here and last year's winner here. Submit!