£3,000 e-book poetry prize competition

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Poetic Republic has launched a new type of poetry competition, with participants as the judges and the resulting anthology being an e-book in various formats such as Kindle, iPad, etc.

Each piece of work is anonymous  and participants read each other’s work, comment and vote.

There is a single poem prize of £2,000 and a portfolio (two poems) prize of £1,000. Both prizes could be  won by a single person.

Entry costs £7 per poem. Closing date is 30 April. More details 

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Anthony Emmerson

Sun 19th Feb 2012 11:31

This seems to me to be a much more unbiased and eclectic way of of judging poetry competitions. All too often individual judges have chosen as winners poems which most closely resemble their own style of writing.

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