The Brotherton Poetry Prize 2021 is now open to entries. The prize celebrates and supports new poets. It is open to anyone in the world over the age of 18 who hasn’t yet published a full collection of poems (a chapbook or pamphlet does not count as a full collection). Entries to the competition should include no more than 200 lines of poetry in up to five individual poems.
The winner will receive £1,000 and the opportunity to develop their creative practice with the Centre. The four runners-up will each receive £200.
The poems of the five shortlisted poets will be published as an anthology by Carcanet Press. All entrants who provide a UK postal address will receive a copy of the anthology on publication. The shortlisted poets might be invited to take part in a series of readings and events held by the University of Leeds Poetry Centre.
All shortlisted poets will receive travel expenses up to £150 to cover expenses associated with the competition announcement. Expenses for UK-based poets associated with events may be reimbursed.
The Brotherton Poetry Prize is generously supported by the Charles Brotherton Trust.
For more information click on this link: Brotherton Poetry Prize 2021.