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You’re spoilt for choice
with the Stoke Poges Thomas Gray Anniversary Poetry Competition,
The Wilfred Owen Association International Poetry Competition,
and The Dying Matters Coalition Competition: While There’s Still Time
Make more room for poetry with Poetry Space, Fish, Poets & Players,
Grey Hen, McLellan and Cannon – plus two goes, ladies, with Mslexia.
Encore for Henshaw Press, HISSAC and Cinnamon – for short stories,
plus all sorts for Segora, Wasafiri, Winchester, WriteStars and Yeoville
Or something a little different, from flash fiction at Mere and Write in the Week,
biography (Tony Lothian Prize) and playwriting:
The Shaw Society’s T.F. Evans Award
And you could always investigate:
Claymore; Corazon; Double Happiness; Kore; Roundel; The Tribe
WIGTOWN POETRY COMPETITION 2014
in association with the Scottish Poetry Library
1st Prize: £2000. Runner up: £500.
£25 x 8 supplementary prizes.
Gaelic Prize: £250 (In association with the Gaelic Books Council)
Scots Prize: £250
Publication in Southlight Magazine.
Competition event: includes announcement of winners,
readings and contributions from judges
Festival: September 26-October 5.
Winners notified by August 9
Fee £7; £19/3. Then £5; £14/3.
Judges: W.N. Herbert (Main Prize), Anne Lorne Gillies (Gaelic) and John Manson (Scots).
SEND SAE: Wigtown Poetry Competition, Wigtown Festival Company
County Buildings, Wigtown, DG8 9JH