Monday, October 14, 2013
Troubadour International Poetry Prize
Five great reasons for entering the 7th annual Troubadour International Poetry Prize:
Shortest turnaround, just 5 weeks from deadline (21 Oct) to contacting winners (25 Nov), tying up those valuable poems for the shortest time possible .
Every poem is read by both distinguished judges, Deryn Rees-Jones and George Szirtes, (pictured above) no sifters, no shortlisters .
Prizes: Not just the £2,500 top prize but twenty-two more prizes plus Troubadour season tickets.
Prize reading: The chance to read your prize-winning poem at the Troubadour alongside George, Deryn and fellow prize-winners at our December prize-celebration.
Enter by e-mail or post, full details on website .
Posted by Michael Farry at 10:20 AM
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