Antony Dunn to judge Live Canon competition

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Antony Dunn, a regular tutor for the Poetry School and Arvon, and a published poet with three collections, will be judging the Live Canon poetry competition, which has a top prize of £1,000. The deadline is 5 September. All 20 shortlisted poems will be published in the prize anthology and performed by the Live Canon ensemble of performers at the prizegiving event at Greenwich theatre on 21 October. This year, there will also be a special borough prize of £100 for any writer living, working or studying in the London borough of Greenwich. For more information and an entry form, visit the website. This year, Live Canon is also launching its first children's competition for writers aged 5 to 15. The deadline is 5 November. More details




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