Monday, 20 December 2010

The Larkin & East Riding Poetry Prize 2011

This doesn't seem to be so well advertised so may be a good one to try for.

Each poem must be no longer than 45 lines and may be on any subject or in any style.

The entrant may submit an unlimited number of poems, each to be accompanied by a £3.00 entry fee.

Prizes: £1000 First, £500 Second, £200 Third, East Riding Prize £100, Ten commendations £20

All winners invited to read their winning poems at Bridlington Poetry Festival, 10-12 June 2011

Judge: Douglas Dunn
Deadline: 31 Jan 2011

Please send your competition entries to:
Larkin & East Riding Poetry Prize
Libraries and Information
Council Offices
HU11 5HN

Entry Form here


Peter Goulding said...

Hmm. That's £1900 in prizes, which means they're expecting at least 700 entries to break even.
And no online entry...

Emerging Writer said...

...true...which in turns means, fewer entries and more chance of winning! It's a lottery out there

Totalfeckineejit said...

I'm gonna enter this! Nah, not really, I was just Larkin about.

Titus said...

I wish I could send away for some energy. But thanks for keeping me posted with these things.