Sunday, 15 December 2013

Prole Laureate Poetry Competition

The Prole Laureate Competition

Winner: £140, Publication in Prole 13 in April 2014
Publication on the Prole website
2 x runner up prizes of £30, possible publication in Prole 13
Publication on the Prole website

Kate Noakes
Kate Noakes is an elected member of the Welsh Academi. She has taught creative writing for Oxford University. Her most recent collection is Cape Town from Eyewear Publishing (2012). I-spy and Shanty is forthcoming in 2014 from corrupt press. Her poem ‘Snow light’ was selected by Carol Ann Duffy for her Poetry Corner in The Daily Mirror in January 2010. She won the Owen Barfield Poetry Prize in 2009.
Entries will be anonymised before being sent to judge.

Deadline: Feb 1st 2014
Winners will be announced in issue 13 of Prole in April and on our website by April 20th.

We are, as ever, completely open: free verse, blank verse, highly formed verse. We want poems that epitomise the editorial values of Prole: to make writing engaging, accessible, entertaining and challenging. Quality is all.
All work must be the original work of the writer and be unpublished.

£3.00 for first entry, £2.00 for any subsequent entries.

How to enter
Via our website and email – preferred.
Make the correct payment using PayPal.
Email your entry, including the text and PayPal transaction number within the body of the email, to:
By post
Make a cheque (GBP only, please) payable to
P Robertson for the correct amount and mail along with entry to:
Brett Evans
15 Maes-y-Dre
LL22 7HW

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