Saturday 21 June 2014
Portico Brotherton Poetry Prize - Deadline 31st August 2014
***Entries to the Open Category must be accompanied by an entry fee of £5 for the first poem and £2.50 for each additional poem. Only Sterling cheques, postal and money orders or BACS will be accepted. Cheques must be drawn from UK banks.
Poems should have no more than 40 lines each, not including the title.
Poems must be in English and the original work of the entrant. Translations will not be accepted.
Competitors may enter as many poems as they wish. Poems can be submitted by post or email.
Entries must not have been previously published, broadcast, appeared on a website, or be awaiting the decision of any publisher or competition.
The Portico Library retains the right to use prize-winning poetry in connection with services, events, displays and publications arranged by the Portico Library although copyright remains with the author.
Poems will be judged anonymously and must be accompanied by an entry form. Entry forms may be photocopied.
Entries must be received by 31st August 2014
The Judges' decision is final
No entrant may win more than one prize.
The competition organisers regret that poems cannot be returned.
THE PORTICO POETRY PRIZES ARE FUNDED THROUGH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF LYNNE & DAVID ALLAN.
For more information please contact us by email: email@example.com by telephone: 0161 236 6785
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