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Despite my success at getting my poetry published (see Verse page), I’ve never won a poetry competition, but I did once win a cash prize for a short story, and then of course I won the Peter Pook Humorous Novel Contest with Stiff Competition, a novel that had previously been rejected by a top publisher for being too funny (see Comps Novel ).  I therefore speak from experience when I say that winning small competitions doesn’t lead to overnight fame.  But having a few such successes to boast about does you no harm when approaching publishers, so if your dream is to get a book of poetry published, this could be the place to begin.  Or maybe you just want to win some prize money.  Note that the judges of poetry competitions seldom have the same tastes as editors and publishers, so in order to get your eye in you need to study poetry competition winners rather than just published poems.

     Below is a list of the most interesting UK poetry competitions I’ve seen recently (entry is not necessarily limited to UK residents).  I’ve done my best to vet them and eliminate the dodgy ones, but I can offer no guarantees.

     Bear in mind that poetry comps with smaller prizes attract fewer entries and are therefore easier to win. 

 
 

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UK Poetry Competitions (currently 32)

 


Updated
 29.6.17

 

Writers’ Forum Poetry Competition.  This monthly contest from the glossy magazine Writers’ Forum is for poems of up to 40 lines on any thme.
    Closing: Monthly.  Entries arriving too late for one month automatically go forward to the next.
    Prize: £100 and a Chambers dictionary.
    Entry Fee: £7 (includes a short critique).
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Updated
11.10.17

 

Cinnamon Press Poetry Pamphlet Prize.  Entries for this open contest from Wales are invited from beginners and established poets. Submit 15 to 25 poems of up to 50 lines each.
    Closing: Annually - 31 March.
    Prizes (4): A publishing contract plus 30 copies of the pamphlet.
    Entry Fee: £10.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 29.6.17

 

Hour of Writes Competition.  To enter this new weekly peer-reviewed contest from Manchester you submit a piece of writing of any type you choose running to no more than 2,000 words. There is a different theme every week.
    Closing: 11pm every Friday.
    Prize: £50 (usually the minimum, they say; prize increases if more entries are received).
    Entry Fee: £3.
    Comp Page:
Click Here .

 

 

 

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Added
1.6.19

 

Aurora Prize for Writing .  This contest from Writing East Midlands and the Society of Authors is for short fiction running to no more than 2,000 words and poetry of up to 60 lines.
    Closing: 26.6.19.
    Prizes (in each category): 1st - £500, plus feedback on a piece of work of your choice, and a year’s membership of the Society of Authors.  2nd - £150.  3rd - A one-day writing course of your choice from Writing School East Midlands.  Regional Prize (in each category): £100.
    Entry Fee: £9 for the first, £7 each thereafter.
    Comp Page:
Aurora Prize.

 


Added
2.3.19

 

Queen Mary Wasafiri New Writing Prize 2019.  ‘Wasafiri’, according to the website, ‘is a literary magazine at the forefront of mapping new landscapes in international literature.’  Try saying that in Kiswahili, the language from which the magazine’s title comes.  Now, you are probably thinking that the magazine itself must hail from Africa, but this is not so.  It was born at the University of Kent in 1984, and as far as I know it has no African connection at all.  Nor, I might add, has the contest.  This has three categories (Poetry, Fiction, Life Writing) and is open to anyone anywhere in the world who has not published a complete book in their chosen category.  The word limit for the Fiction and Life Writing is 3,000.  In the poetry category, you can submit up to five poems for the same entry fee (use separate pages).  You can enter more than one category, but only once each.  Incidentally, ‘wasafiri’, in case your Kiswahili is a bit rusty, means ‘cultural traveller’.
    Closing: 28.6.19 (5pm).
    Prize (in each category): £300 and publication in the mag.
    Entry Fee: £6.  If you enter two separate categories it’s £10 and for three it’s £15.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 12.2.19

 

George Crabbe Memorial Poetry Competition.  This contest from the Suffolk Poetry Society, a registered charity, is for poems of up to 50 lines on any subject.  To enter you need to have been born in Suffolk, or work or reside there, or have been educated there.  Alternatively you can buy eligibility by joining the Society (details on entry form).
    Closing: 29.6.19.
    Prizes: £600, £300, £150.  Runners-up (2) - £75.
    Entry Fee: £3.
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


Added
 9.2.19

 

Hastings Litfest Writing Competition s.  This one from the Hastings Literary Festival is for short stories of up to 1,500 words, poems of up to 40 lines and flash fiction of up to 500 words.  The theme is In Other Words.
    Closing: 30.6.19.
    Prizes (in each category): £100, £50, £25.  Winners and highly commended entrants get a Litfest Trophy (which you can be casually polishing when the vistors arrive).  There will be an anthology featuring the top three entries from each cetegory.
    Entry Fee: £5.
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


Added
10.3.19

 

Wells Festival of Literature Competitions.  Here we have a return of  the famous Wells Litfest and its various competitions: Poetry, Short Story, Book for Children, Young Poets.  I should mention before we go any further that we are talking about Wells in Somerset, not Wells in Norfolk which also has an annual litfest (I wouldn’t want you turning up at the wrong event to receive your prize or to berate the judges for not awarding you anything).  Anyway, back to business.  For the Poetry you are allowed up to 35 lines, while the Short Stories should be between 1,000 and 2,000 words.  For the Book for Children, which must be suitable for children aged 9+, you need to submit the first three chapters plus a synopsis brief enough to fit two sides of a page (and don’t use that microscopic font that’s only suitable for the small print in dodgy contracts).  If shortlisted, you will be asked to submit the rest of your story.  The Young Poets category (for budding bards aged between 16 and 22) requires poems of no more than 35 lines.  The Opent Poetry judge is Simon Armitage.  Miriam Nash will be judging the Young Poets category, while Gill Lewis will be choosing the winning Book for Children.
    Closing: 30.6.19.  Opens for entries April 1st.
   Prizes: Open Poetry, Short Story, Book for Children (in each category) - £750, £300, £200.  Additional prizes: Wyvern Prize for a local short story entrant - £100.  Hilly Cansdale Local Prize (for poetry) - £100.  Book for Children Local Prize - £100.  Young Poets - £150, £75, £50.
    Entry Fee: Aduls categories - £6.  Young Poets - £3.
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


Added
20.3.19

 

Battered Moons Poetry Competition.  Part of the Poetry Swindon Festival and supported by Arts Council England, this contest is for poems of up to 40 lines on any subject and in any style. The two judges, Zoe Brigley Thonpson and Cristina Navazo-Eguia Newton, will read all the entries.
    Closing: 30.6.19.
    Prizes: £700, £200, £100, 4 x £25.  Winners will be published in the Battered Moons pamphlet.  Losers will simply be battered (metaphorically speaking).  In addition, all prize-winners will be invited to read their poems at the above-mentioned Festival.
    Entry Fee: £5 for the first, £4 each thereafter.
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


Added
1.6.19

 

Manchester Cathedral Poetry Competition.  This contest from Manchester is for poems of up to 40 lines which are broadly religious or spiritual in nature.  These can be in any style or form.  They should appeal to people who would not normally describe themselves as religious.
    Closing: 30.6.19.
    Prizes: £500, £250, £150.  The top poem will be published in Cathedral News 2019.  Winners and seven runners-up will be invited to read their poems at the Manchester Literary Festival in October.  A competition anthology will be published.
    Entry Fee: £4.50 for the first, £2 each thereafter.  Profits go to the Booth Centre, a charity for the homeless.
    Comp Page:
MCPC.

 

 

 

Hi Michael,
     Thanks for a very useful website. Since finding the contact details on your site, I've won the Txtlit competition twice, and the Write Invite competition four times. With the prize money I'm now entering other competitions. Thanks for keeping us writers posted!
     Best regards, Uta Coutts

 


Added
1.6.19

 

Saltaire Festival Poetry Competition.  This freebie  from the Saltaire Festival is for poems of up to 40 lines on the theme of Textiles, Technology and Time in the village of Saltaire.
    Closing: 30.6.19 (5pm).
    Prizes: The winners and a guest will be invited to the official Saltaire Festival Programme Launch at the prestigious 1853 gallery in Saltaire.  Winners will be eligible to read their work at one of the Festival events.  Winning entries will be published on the website, featured on social media channels and promoted in the Saltaire Review.
    Entry Fee: None - free to enter.
    Comp Page:
SFPC.

 


Added
 2.4.19

 

Fool for Poetry Chapbook Competition.  For this international contest from the Munster Literature centre in Ireland you submit 16 to 23 pages of poetry.  The contest is open to published and unpublished poets but at least one of the winners will be unpublished (no chapbook or book published previously).  Poems can be in verse or prose.
    Closing: 30.6.19.
    Prizes: 1st - 1,000 euros and your manuscript published as a chapbook, with 25 free copies.  2nd - 500 euros and your manuscript published as above, with 25 free copies.  Winners will also be offered a reading and three nights’ accommodation at the 2020 Cork International Poetry Festival.
    Entry Fee: 25 euros.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 1.4.19

 

PENfro Open Poetry Competition.  This contest from the PENfro Book Festival in Pembrokeshire is for poems of up to 40 lines on any theme.  The judge is poet Dr. Rhiannon Hooson.
    Closing: 1.7.19.
    Prizes (20): £25 plus publication in the anthology.
    Entry Fee: £4.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 8.6.19

 

Mere Literary Festival Poetry Competition.  This annual contest from Mere in Wiltshire is for poems of up to 40 lines on any subject.
    Closing: 1.7.19.
    Prizes: £200, £100, £50, and 3 x £15.  Winners may be published on the Festival website.
    Entry Fee: £4.50 for the first, £3.50 thereafter.
    Comp Page:
MLF PC.

 


Added
 5.4.19

 

Live Canon International Poetry Competition.  Have a shot at this one and you could soon be having a ball with a thousand pounds to spend.  All right, those are last year’s puns, but the competition is bang up to date (and that’s a new one, boom, boom).  Your poem can be any length, say the promoters, but frankly I don’t think they really mean that.  I reckon that after the first 10,000 words you’re going to be struggling to keep even the most battle-hardened judge interested.
    Closing: 8.7.19.
    Prize: £1,000.  There is also £100 for the highest placed poet living, studying or working in the London Borough of Greenwich.  Fifty poems will be published in the 2019 anthology and 20 will be performed by the Live Canon Ensemble during the prize-giving event at Greenwich Theatre.
    Entry Fee: £6.50 for one, £12 for two, £15 for three, £20 for five, £35 for ten.
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


 

 

Dear Michael
   I discovered your excellent site a few months back and entered some of the poetry competitions. I have in all my long years never received a payment for anything I have written, but I today received an email from Cooldog Publications to say I have won second prize in their E-mag Poetry Competition! £50! What a great way to start the new year.
   I just had to write and say thanks to you for the trouble you have taken with your site and how much I appreciate the sense of humour that underpins it.
  This has given me a terrific boost.
                                                                                -  Carol Browne

 


Added
22.5.19

 

Show Me Yours - Sex Writing Competition.  The promoters of this contest are inviting works that ‘engage with the world of sex and desire in surprising, breathless and exciting ways.’  Entries can be short fiction of up to 1,000 words, nonfiction of up to 1,000 words, and poetry of up to 60 lines.  There is also a category for images.  There is unfortunately no category for smutty jokes, so I will not be trying any out here.
    Closing: 10.7.19.
    Prizes: Grand Prize - £300.  Highly Commended entries in each category will be awarded £50.  Winners and shortlisted entries will be published in the I’ll Show You Mine chapbook.
    Entry Fee: Free for the first one (optional second entry requires a donation). 
    Comp Page:
SMY.

 


Added
 8.6.19

 

Ambit Poetry Competition .  This contest from the well-known literary and art journal Ambit is for poems of up to 50 lines on the theme of Wild.  This magazine has been knocking around since before your grandfather was born, and I can remember submitting material to it back in my early days as a literary genius (before I gave it up to make a living).
    Closing: 15.7.19.
    Prizes: £500, £250, £100.  Winners will be published in Ambit.
    Entry Fee: £6.
    Comp Page:
APC

 


Added
 2.3.19

 

Ledbury Poetry Festival Poetry Competition.  This annual contest from Ledbury in Wales is for poems of up to 40 lines.  It has three age categories: Adult (18 and over), Young People (12 to 17), and Children (11 and under).  The judge is Daljit Nagra.
    Closing : 18.7.19 (5pm).
    Prizes: Adults: 1st - £1,000 plus a residential writing course at Ty Newydd, the National Writers’ Centre for Wales.  2nd - £500.  3rd - £250.  The prizes for younger entrants were not given on the website when I checked, but last year they were as follows: 12-17 category - £100, £50, £25.  11 and under category - book tokens for £25, £15, £10.
    Entry Fees: Adults - £5.75 for the first, £3.50 thereafter.  Young People and Children get the first entry free, then pay £1.75 each for any additional entries.
    Comp Page:
Click Here .

 


Added
 7.3.19

 

The Betjeman Poetry Prize.  This contest in honour of one of Britain’s most popular poets aims to foster creativity in young people.  Young people are apparently aged up to 13, this being the limit for the competition.  Old at 14, eh?  Too many crafty cigarettes behind the bike sheds, I reckon.  Entries should be on the theme of Place.  The place, say the promoters, could be your bedroom, the local park, a spooky building, somewhere imagined, etc.  They want to know what it means to you.  ‘It’s where I chill, innit?’ will not be sufficient.  There is no line or word limit.  The judges are accomplished poets Wendy Cope and her husband Lachlan Mackinnon.
    Closing: 31.7.19.
    Prizes: 1st - £500 for the winner and £5,000 for the English Department at the winner’s school, or the winner’s local library.  The winner and two runners-up will each receive four Eurostar tickets to Paris, Brussels or Lisle.  The runners-up also get £200.  There will be £50 each for Highly Commended entrants.  There is in addition a prize draw for teachers who manage to bully their classes into entering.  The top 50 poems will be printed in an anthology.
    Entry Fee: None - free to enter.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 1.5.19

 

WB Poetry Competition.  This contest from Writers Bureau is for poems of up to 40 lines on any subject.
    Closing: 31.7.19.
    Prizes: £300, £200, £100.  All winners receive in addition a WB writing course of their choice.
    Entry Fee: £5.
    Comp Page:
WB PC.

 

 

 

Hi Michael
     I discovered your website last year and entered lots of comps - no prizes in 2008. This year I decided just to enter The Trowell and District Writers Trust competitions - again directed from your site and also in the hope of bettering my marks compared to my entries last year.
     I am delighted to say I went along to the Presentation yesterday and received 1st prize in the Open Poetry competition - a lovely certificate, a shield and some prize money.
     I thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon which had a "Stand and Deliver" poetry competition as well as a raffle, refreshments, sales of Members poetry, and time to chat and get to know people.
     The comps are great - all entries receive a mark and a short critique - I found all these helpful and encouraging. I feel I have new friends and a lovely day to look back on.
                                                                                -  Kate Brumby

 


Added
 8.6.19

 

Indigo First Collection Poetry Competition.  To enter this contest from Indigo Dreams Publishing in Devon you submit 15 poetry pages of up to 40 lines each including breaks.  The competition is open to poets who have not had a full collection or pamphlet published.
    Closing: 31.7.19.
    Prizes : Two winners will have their debut collection published by Indigo Dreams.
    Entry Fee: £15 per block of poems.
    Comp Page: Indigo
FCC.

 


Added
 2.3.19

 

Winchester Poetry Prize.  This annual contest from the Winchester Poetry Festival aims to ‘surprise and delight,’ they say.  However, don’t try to surprise and delight them with a short story or a photo of your cat dancing in a tutu.  Stick to a poem of up to 40 lines.
    Closing: 31.7.19.
    Prizes: £1,000, £500, £250.  Winners will be invited to read their entries at a special prize-giving event at Winchester Poetry Day on October 12.  Winning and commended poems will appear in an anthology.  There is also a prize for the best poem written by a Hampshire-based poet.
    Entry Fee: £5 for the first, £4 thereafter.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 1.4.19

 

Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2019.  This one from the Poetry Society is said to be the UK’s largest poetry competition for writers between the ages of 11 and 17.  It certainly attracts a lot of entries.  Over 6,000 young people from across the world submitted their work last year.  Poems can be any length and on any subject, but they must be in English.  You can enter in British Sign Language if required, but you have to email the promoters for submission details.  Perhaps my brain is running on empty this morning but if you can put your request in an email, why can’t you put your poem in one?
    Closing: 31.7.19.
    Prizes: The top 15 winners will be invited to attend a week-long residential writing course at a prestigious Arvon Centre, or they will receive mentoring from a professional poet.  The top 15 poems will be published in a print anthology which is sent out to over 20,000 school libraries and poetry enthusiasts.  The 85 commended poets will have their entries published in an online anthology.  There will be an awards ceremony in London on National Poetry Day to which all 100 winners will be invited.  I’ve been to some of these events and there’s generally free booze, plus fellow poets can usually be relied upon to supply some weed (best not mention this to your parents).
    Entry Fee: None - free to enter.  You can enter more than one poem but they make it clear they don’t want you bunging in any old rubbish to make up the numbers (they put it more subtly than that, but that’s what they mean).
    Comp Page:
Click Here

 


Added
 1.6.19

 

Charroux Memoir Prize.  This contest from the Charroux Litfest in south west France is for memoir poetry of up to 50 lines and memoir prose of between 1,500 and 3,000 words.
    Closing: 15.8.19.
    Prizes (in each category): £150, £50, £30.
    Entry Fees: Poetry - 5.50 euros for the first, 2.75 each thereafter.  Prose - 8 euros for one, 11.44 for two, 14.87 for three.
    Comp Page:
Charroux LF.

 


Added
2.3.19

 

Aesthetica Creative Writing Award.  This annual contest from Aesthetica Magazine is for Short fiction running to no more than 2,000 words and poetry of up to 40 lines.
    Closing: 31.8.19.
    Prize (in each category): £1,000 plus other writing related prizes.  Finalists will be published in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual.
    Entry Fee: £18 for fiction, £12 for poetry.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
13.5.19

 

Prole Poetry Pamphlet Competition.  This annual contest from Prolebooks of Abergele in Wales is for pamphlet collections of up to 35 A5 pages.
    Closing: 31.8.19.
    Prize: £400 and 25 copies of the pamphlet.
    Entry Fee: £12 for one, £20 for two.
    Comp Page:
PPPC.

 


Added
26.5.19

 

SaveAs Writers All Things Moon Competition.  This international contest from SaveAs Writers of Canterbury in Kent is for poetry of up to 60 lines and stories running to no more than 3,500 words.  The starry-eyed theme, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, is any aspect of humanity’s relationship with the cosmos.  So you could, for instance, write a jolly tale about mankind’s obsession with finding alien life and how this leads to our eventual destruction (suggested title: We Are Not Alone - Unfortunately).
    Closing: 31.8.19.
    Prizes (in each category): £200, £100, £50.
    Entry Fees: Poetry - £3 each, £8 for three.  Stories - £4 each, £10 for three.
    Comp Page:
SAW Moon.

 


 

 

Hi Michael
     I spent a year or so reading all those comments on your website from people who, since consulting your list, seem have won just about every competition going. I read it and thought it must be too good to be true – but worth a try. Then, on my third submission, I have actually gone and won the Yeovil Literary Prize for Poetry. I am absolutely over the moon, unable to believe it, etc.  Thank you so much.
                                                                                   -  Andy Miller

 


Added
 1.4.19

 

Troubadour International Poetry Competition.  For this annual international contest, you submit a poem of no more than 45 lines on one A4 or US-Letter size page.  They don’t say so, but the usual form is to use only one side of the page ... so if your lines consist of, say 250 words each, you will have to have a rethink, you weird person.
    Closing: 21.10.19.
    Prizes: £2,000, £1,000, £500.
    Entry Fee: £6 (at the time of writing, the fees shown in the Rules did not tally with those in the payment boxes at the foot of the page, so I think the Rules were, and maybe still are, in need of an update - a fact I mention in case you are thinking of going retro and paying by cheque).
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
5.3.19

 

Momaya Poetry Competition. This is the second poetry contest from Momaya Press of Bonn in Germany and Roxbury in the USA.  Open worldwide, it is intended to be an annual event.  The theme this year is Masks, and there is a word limit of 1,500.
    Closing: 30.10.19.
    Prizes: £70, £35, £20.  Winners along with up to 50 Honourable Mentions will be published in the Momaya Poetry Review 2019 .  The three winners will receive a free copy.
    Entry Fee: £7.
    Comp Page:
Click Here.

 


Added
 1.5.19

 

Bedford Writing Competition.  This annual not-for-profit contest from Bedfordshire, home of the famous Shuttleworth Collection (old aeroplanes and cars) is for stories of up to 3,000 words and poems running to no more than 40 lines.
    Closing: 31.10.19.
    Prizes (in each cetegory): £500, £150, £100.  In addition there is the Bedford Short Story Prize of £100 for a local resident, and a young writers prize of £100 for entrants between 17 and 30.
    Entry Fee: £6 each, £12 for three.  Full-time students: £4 each, £8 for three.  Net proceeds will be donated to charity.
    Comp Page:
BWC.

 


Added
14.5.19

 

The Ó Bhéal Five Words International Poetry Competition.  Here’s another Corker from Ireland.  Sorry couldn’t resist that.  I’ll start again.  This one from Cork in Ireland is for poems of up to 50 lines (including line breaks) which feature the five words given on the website for that week.  A shortlist of 12 poems will be selected after the final closing date next January, and the winner will be chosen from that.  Ó Bhéal, incidentally, is a weekly poetry event in Cork (and as you probably know, the word itself is Irish for ‘word of mouth’).
    Closing: Every Tuesday at noon until the last week of January 2020.
    Prize: 500 euros and an invitation to read at Ó Bhéal’s twelfth anniversary event in Ireland on 13.4.20, with travel expenses of 100 euro and B&B accommodation.
    Entry Fee: 5 euro.
    Comp Page:
Ó Bhéal Five Words.

 
   

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Notes: Unless otherwise stated in the rules, poetry should be single-spaced.  It is sometimes the case that your name shouldn’t appear on the manuscript. Check the rules.  If you put your name on there after being told not to, you’re out.  Don’t use coloured paper or fancy fonts.  The colour and pizzazz to make you stand out from the crowd should be in the words.  Plain white A4 80gsm paper is the stuff to use, with plain black typing or print.  My preferred font for poetry manuscripts printed on an inkjet or laser printer is Gill Sans in 12 point (13 if I’m not pressed for space).  This gives a clear, dark print that’s easy to read.  Although publishers and agents sometimes demand the feeble Courier font, which comes out on my printers like something produced by a typewriter with an antique ribbon, I’ve never known competition organisers to express any preference.  But as always, check the rules.  Finally, write on one side of the sheet only - unless asked to put your address, etc, on the back.
 

 
     

 


 

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