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Wells Festival of Literature - Young Poets (16 - 22 inclusive) Closing date: 30th June 2018. Prizes: Top prize - £150 plus a year's subscription to The Poetry Society Entry fee: £3.00. Further details: 35 Lines. Website:http://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ Wells Festival of Literature - Young Poets (16 - 22 inclusive) Closing date: 30th June 2018. Prizes: Top prize - £150 plus a year's subscription to The Poetry Society Entry fee: £3.00. Further details: 35 Lines. Website:http://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ Divine Chocolate Poetry Competition Closing date: Poems in Welsh by 30th April 2018; Poems in English by 30th June 2018. For poems on the theme 'Celebrating Divine Chocolate', 7-11,12-16 and 17+ Prizes: Divine chocolate, goodies, book tokens, Do You Speak Chocolate book by judge Cas Lester Free entry. See website for further info. Website: http://www.divinechocolate.com/annual-poetry-competition-2018 Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2018 Closing date: 31st July 2018. Prizes: 100 winners (top 15 winners and 85 commended poets) of the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award who receive a range of fantastic prizes. Click Here for More Entry fee: Free to enter. Further info: Open to everyone aged between 11-17 on 31st July 2018. Poems can be on any theme but must be in English. Website: https://foyleyoungpoets.org/ Benjamin Franklin House Lierary Prize Closing date: 31st October 2018. Prizes: £750, £500, web publication. Free entry. Looking for: Fiction and non-fiction interpretations, 1,000-1,500 words, by young writers aged 18-25, of a Benjamin Franklin quote (see website). Email: info@benjaminfranklinhouse.org Website: www.benjaminfranklinhouse.org Charles Causley Trust’s Young Poetry Prizes 2018 Closing date: 20th July 2018. Prizes: All commended entries will be displayed in a public exhibition, and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize-winners in each category will bag for themselves some very attractive book prizes as well as a signed certificate. In addition, the winner in each category will be awarded a two-hour poetry workshop with a professional writer for their class or group to be organised by the Charles Causley Trust in association with KEAP and Endelienta. Entry fee: Free. Further Info: Open to all young people aged 5-18 living in Cornwall, England. Website: http://causleytrust.org/the-charles-causley-trusts-young-poetry-prizes-2018/ Ghost Stories Closing Date: Open All Year Round For Prizes see website. Ghost Stories - we've all heard them and we've all been scared by them at one time or another. They can be terribly scary or simply funny, but either way they have been an attention-grabbing form of storytelling for centuries and leave people wondering whether what they've heard is fact or fiction! CLICK HERE… Poetry Idol Closing Date: Open All Year Round Who do you idolise? Is it your mum or dad? Your best friend? Your brother or sister? Perhaps there is a famous person, from a sports or film star to an author or musician that you admire and aspire to be like. Why are they your favourite person and why do they inspire you? CLICK HERE… Teen Poets Closing Date: Open All Year Round Teen Poets invites young adults aged 13+ to write a poem. If you're a teen, your voice needs to be heard and this is the place to get your message across! CLICK HERE… Pet Poetry
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Wells Festival of Literature - Young Poets (16 - 22 inclusive) Closing date: 30th June 2018. Prizes: Top prize - £150 plus a year's subscription to The Poetry Society Entry fee: £3.00. Further details: 35 Lines. Website:http://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ Wells Festival of Literature - Young Poets (16 - 22 inclusive) Closing date: 30th June 2018. Prizes: Top prize - £150 plus a year's subscription to The Poetry Society Entry fee: £3.00. Further details: 35 Lines. Website:http://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ Divine Chocolate Poetry Competition Closing date: Poems in Welsh by 30th April 2018; Poems in English by 30th June 2018. For poems on the theme 'Celebrating Divine Chocolate', 7- 11,12-16 and 17+ Prizes: Divine chocolate, goodies, book tokens, Do You Speak Chocolate book by judge Cas Lester Free entry. See website for further info. Website: http://www.divinechocolate.com/annual-poetry- competition-2018 Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2018 Closing date: 31st July 2018. Prizes: 100 winners (top 15 winners and 85 commended poets) of the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award who receive a range of fantastic prizes. Click Here for More Entry fee: Free to enter. Further info: Open to everyone aged between 11-17 on 31st July 2018. Poems can be on any theme but must be in English. Website: https://foyleyoungpoets.org/ Benjamin Franklin House Lierary Prize Closing date: 31st October 2018. Prizes: £750, £500, web publication. Free entry. Looking for: Fiction and non-fiction interpretations, 1,000- 1,500 words, by young writers aged 18-25, of a Benjamin Franklin quote (see website). Email: info@benjaminfranklinhouse.org Website: www.benjaminfranklinhouse.org Charles Causley Trust’s Young Poetry Prizes 2018 Closing date: 20th July 2018. Prizes: All commended entries will be displayed in a public exhibition, and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize-winners in each category will bag for themselves some very attractive book prizes as well as a signed certificate. In addition, the winner in each category will be awarded a two-hour poetry workshop with a professional writer for their class or group to be organised by the Charles Causley Trust in association with KEAP and Endelienta. Entry fee: Free. Further Info: Open to all young people aged 5-18 living in Cornwall, England. Website: http://causleytrust.org/the-charles-causley-trusts- young-poetry-prizes-2018/ Ghost Stories Closing Date: Open All Year Round For Prizes see website. Ghost Stories - we've all heard them and we've all been scared by them at one time or another. They can be terribly scary or simply funny, but either way they have been an attention-grabbing form of storytelling for centuries and leave people wondering whether what they've heard is fact or fiction! CLICK HERE… Poetry Idol Closing Date: Open All Year Round Who do you idolise? Is it your mum or dad? Your best friend? Your brother or sister? Perhaps there is a famous person, from a sports or film star to an author or musician that you admire and aspire to be like. Why are they your favourite person and why do they inspire you? CLICK HERE… Teen Poets Closing Date: Open All Year Round
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