25 January 2024
The competition from Limerick Writers Centre is in honour of Limerick poet Desmond O’Grady, who died in 2014
There is a first prize of €200 and a runner up prize of €50. The judges are Arthur Broomfield (English language) and Tomás Ó Coileáin (Irish language).
Poems may be entered in English or Irish, and may be on any theme. There is a recommended line length of 40 lines, but the judges are open to receiving longer poems if the work justifies it.
The entry fee is €3.50 for one poem and €5.50 for two poems.
The closing date is 16 March.
For full details see the website.