Bedford open poetry competition

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Poet, tutor, freelance editor and critic Paul Groves will be judging this year’s Bedford Open poetry competition. Deadline for the competition, first prize £300, is 18 November. Entrants can submit an unlimited number of poems, up to 50 lines each,  for a fee of £3 per poem. Winning entries will be published in The Interpreter’s House magazine, which is published three times a year, in February, June and October, and accepts work from new and established writers. More details

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