10 November 2021
The world's biggest prize for eco-poetry offers £8,000 in prizes
The international Gingko Prize is given for eco-poetry and poems that engage with the climate crisis. Poems may be of any length and in any form.
There is a first prize of £5,000 and a writing residency (location to be confirmed), a second prize of £2,000 and a third prize of £1,000. An additional £500 prize will be awarded for the best poem about the landscape. This year's judges are Camille T. Dungy, Anna Selby and Sara Hudston.
Enter original, unpublished poems. The entry fee is £7 for the first poem, and £4 for any subsequent poems.
The closing date is 31 January 2022.
For full details see the website.