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Monthly Archives: May 2013
The Proverbial Hat Theatre Company presents Gilgamesh Rising by MSt tutor Jenny Lewis. Featuring MSt students Joseph Brady, Samir Guglani, Christine Foley, Nemat Sadat, Imogen Harris, Susan Campbell, Katariina Kottonen. Music by Anita Daulne “When the Mesopotamian god king, Gilgamesh, … Continue reading
Administered by the Oxford University Poetry Society, and named for the Society’s founder, Martin Starkie, who established the Society in 1946. Eligibility: Members of the University of Oxford and poets living in Oxfordshire.
Presented by the Oxford University Poetry Society. Senior Common Room, English Faculty, St Cross Building, Manor Road, Oxford. 7 – 10 pm. Admission free.
MSt tutor Jane Draycott, winner National Poetry competition. Reading at Keats Festival, 28 May 2013.
MSt tutor Jane Draycott, Pascale Petit and Patricia McCarthy have won the 2013 National Poetry Competition. Reading and discussion at Keats House. Presented by the Poetry Society. 28th May 6:30PM – 9:00PM The Nightingale Room, Keats House, 10 Keats Grove London … Continue reading
The Impress Prize is open to fiction and nonr fiction by anyone aged 18 and over who has NOT published a book-length publication before. Closing Date: 17 June 2013 Administrative charge: £10. Details on Impress Prize website.
Don Paterson’s poetry has won awards including the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, the Whitbread Poetry Prize, the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Award, and (twice) the TS Eliot Prize. Most recently, Rain won the 2009 Forward prize. A Fellow of … Continue reading
The competition invites “imaginative work that pushes the boundaries of the two categories for entry: Poetry and Fiction”. More information at www.aestheticamagazine.com/creativewriting
Notting Hill Editions has launched an annual literary prize for the best essay in the English language, of between 2,000 and 8,000 words, published or unpublished, on any subject. The chair of judges is author and journalist Harry Mount. The … Continue reading
MSt tutor Nikita Lalwani’s book The Village is now available in paperback.
For short collections of 20-24 pages of 18-20 pems by women poets who have not previously had a full-length collection published. 1st prize: Publication by Seren Books, plus £250, 25 complimentary copies of the pamphlet and a 10 per cent … Continue reading