Poetry competition: The White Review Poet's Prize 2019
Enter 5-10 page poetry portfolios to win the £1,700 prize
The White Review Poet's Prize is aimed at poets from the UK and Ireland at the stage of creating a debut pamphlet or collection. The winning poet will receive £1,700, expert editorial advice and publication of the winning entry in The White Review.
The competition is for writers who have not published a single-author poetry collection or pamphlet.
To enter, send a portfolio of between five and ten pages of original, unpublished poetry (max 42 lines per page, each poem on a new page).
Each entrant may send one portfolio.
The entry fee is £12.
The closing date is 7 November.
For full details see the website.
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