Creative writing competition: Keats Shelley Prize 2016

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08 January 2016
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imports_WRI_karloffeyes-04970_49085.jpg Creative writing competition: Keats Shelley Prize 2016
Enter poems on the theme After Frankenstein and essays on the lives and works of the Romantics and their circle ...
Enter poems on the theme After Frankenstein and essays on the lives and works of the Romantics and their circle
The Keats Shelley Association is celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's gothic classic by inviting poetry entries on the After Frankenstein theme. Poems may be up to 30 lines, and must not be pastiche.
Essay entries may be up to 3,000 words and can be on any aspect of the work or lives of the Romantics.
Winners will share £4,000 of prize money.
The closing date to enter the Keats Shelley Prize is 1 February.

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