Tuesday, 27 May 2014

The Keats-Shelley Prize

What You Need To Know
NEW! £4,000 of prize money.
The winning poems and the first two winning essays will be published in The Keats-Shelley Review.
The poems are judged by practicing poets John Hartley Williams and Matthew Sweeney, the essays by Professors Simon Bainbridge and Sharon Ruston.
Poems are to a theme selected by the judges. In 2013 the theme was Noise.
Essays are invited on any aspect of the work and lives of the Romantics and their circle.
The final selection is made by the Prize Chairman, a distinguished literary figure with an interest in the Romantics.
The date of the next Prize, the shortlist and the results will be announced on this page. Check their website for further details.

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