Wednesday, 14 May 2014
The Ó Bhéal Five Words International Poetry Competition -Deadline January 2015
The Ó Bhéal Five Words International Poetry Competition. This Irish competition is for poems of up to 50 lines (including line breaks) which feature the five words given on the website for that week. The five words are: compass, apple, jasmine, onions, oblique. Ó Bhéal, incidentally, is a weekly poetry event in Cork (as you probably know, the word itself is Irish for ‘word of mouth’).
Closing: Every Tuesday at noon until the last week of January 2015.
Prize: 500 euros and an invitation to read at the Ó Bhéal’s event in Ireland, with travel expenses of 100 euro and B&B accommodation.
Entry Fee: 5 euro.
Comp Page and further info: Click Here.
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