Thursday, 18 August 2016
The 2016 Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize #seanocarolan.com
The 2016 Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize
Presented by The Hobart Bookshop and Island.
Now in its 21st year, the Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize remembers Tasmania's most acclaimed poet.
$2000 + publication in Island + annual domestic subscriptions* to Island, Griffith Review, Meanjin, Overland, Review of Australian Fiction, Southerly, Westerly andThe Lifted Brow.
Publication in Island + annual domestic subscriptions* to Island, Griffith Review, Meanjin, Overland, Review of Australian Fiction, Southerly, Westerly and The Lifted Brow.
* If you already have a subscription to any of these publications, you will receive a free renewal.
Single poem or linked suite no longer than 80 lines.
Poems previously published, or currently entered in any other competition, are not eligible.
Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form (downloadable here in PDF form and here in Word form).
The judging is anonymous so please ensure the author's name is not on the same page as the poem, only on the entry form.
Entries can be submitted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Island Magazine, PO Box 4703, Hobart TAS 7000.
If posting, please send 3 copies of your poem with your entry form and fee enclosed.
Entry fees can be paid below.
$20 per entry for non-Island subscribers.
$10 per entry for Island subscribers.
Sarah Holland-Batt, Michael Farrell and Kent MacCarter.
Please note: entries will not be returned.
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