Poetry London Competition 2017

Deadline 2nd May 2017
Who may enter The competition is open to anyone.
Description The contest is organised by Poetry London magazine.
Entries must be in English, your own unaided work, and not a translation of another poet. Entries must not have been previously published or self-published, in print or online, or have won a prize in another competition.
The maximum length is 80 lines.
This year’s judge is Liz Berry.
Entry fees The entry fee is £3 per poem; for non-subscribers £7.
Prizes 1st prize: £1000 2nd prize: £500 3rd prize: £200 Four commendations: £75
The first, second and third prizewinners will be published in the Autumn 2017 issue of Poetry London.
Enroll here.

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