Wednesday, 25 July 2012

The Manchester Poetry Prize 2012

The Manchester Poetry Prize is open internationally and will award £10,000 to the writer of the best portfolio of three-to-five poems new submitted. 
The competition is open to both new and established writers aged 16 or over; there is no upper age limit. 

All entrants are asked to submit a portfolio of three to five poems (total maximum length: 120 lines).
You can find full terms and conditions of entry on the Competition website, where you can also enter online, or download a printable entry pack for postal submission:

Total cost of entry: £17

First prize: £10,000

Deadline: 31st August 2012

Judges: Ian Duhig, Francis Leviston, Adam O’Riordan

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