Poetry competition: Poetry London 2016

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13 April 2016
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Sean O'Brien will judge the competition, which has a £1,000 first prize

 

Sean O'Brien will judge the competition, which has a £1,000 first prize

The Poetry London Competition is beng run by Poetry London magazine, a leading independent publication with three issues a year. Each issue features new poets alongside some of the best-known names in contemporary poetry.

There is a second prize of £500, a third prize of £200 and four commendations of £75. Winning entries will be published in Poetry London.

Enter original, unpublished poems up to 80 lines. There is an entry fee of £7 per poem, but if you subscribe to Poetry London, the fee is £3 per poem.

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The closing date is 2 May.

 

 

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