Poetry prize: The Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition 2021


13 August 2021
The Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition is in two categories: open and English as an Additional Language

Winners in both categories will each receive £1,000. Runners up each get £200. This year's judge is award-winning poet Will Harris.

The competition is for original, unpublished poems in English by poets anywhere in the world, up to 50 lines. The open category is for all poets, and the EAL category is for poets for whom English is an additional language.

The entry fee is £5 for each of the first three entries and £4 for each subsequent poem.

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The closing date is 20 September.

For full details see the website.


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