Poetry prize: The 2021 Charles Causley International Poetry Competition


01 February 2022
The winner will recieve £2,000 and a week-long residency

The annual competition from the Causley Trust is for poems of any length up to 40 lines.

The winner will receive £2,000 and a week-long residency at Cyprus Well, the former home of poet Charles Causley in Launceston. The second prize is £250 and the third, £100. Five highly commended poets wille each win £30. This year's judge is Vahni Capildeo.

All entries must be original and unpublished.

The entry fee is £7.50 for one poem and £5.50 for any subsequent poems.

The closing date is 28 February.

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