There will be one prize (£100) awarded in the 14-and-under category. Those who are submitting must send in both poem and commentary of no more than 300 words. Advertisements
Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLinkedInRedditGoogleTumblrWhatsAppPinterestTelegramPocketSkypeLike this:Like Loading…‹ Dark Poem-tales in ‘A Tree Whose Name I Don’t Know’Categories: poetry, submissions The winners of the “open” category will receive £1,000 (first), £750 (second) and £500 (third), while the winners of the 18-and-under category will receive £250 (first), £150 (second) and £100 (third). There are three categories: Open (adult); 18-and-under, for entrants still 18 on the closing date; and 14-and-under, for entrants still 14 on the closing date. The judges of the 2018 competition are:
Margaret Jull Costa
For more, visit the Stephen Spender Prize website. The Stephen Spender Prize for Poetry in Translation 2018 is accepting entries through July 6, 2018:
The prize — open to UK residents — is for an unpublished translation of a poem from any language, ancient or modern, into English.