- Two first prizes of €500:
- One for a poem about any political subject
- One which focuses on the 1916 Irish Easter Rising
- Second prize of a week’s retreat in the Creativity Cabin in Kilcatherine Point on the Beara Peninsula.
- Third prize of €100.
This year’s judge is Afric McGlinchey
Deadline: February 1st 2016
Winning and shortlisted poems will be featured at the Poets meet Politics Award Event in Castletownbere, County Cork, on the 16th April 2016, and published in a printed anthology and/or on the Hungry Hill Writing website.
Fee of €10 per entry of up to three poems
More details here