MSt alumna Phoebe Stucks wins Poetry Society’s Geoffrey Dearmer Prize 2020

MSt alumna Phoebe Stucks has won the Poetry Society’s Geoffrey Dearmer Prize 2020.

From the Poetry Society announcement:

“The Geoffrey Dearmer Prize is an annual prize for the best poem published in The Poetry Review written by a poet who doesn’t yet have a full collection. The winner is announced in the summer issue of The Poetry Review each year. 

The latest winner, chosen by Fiona Benson, is Phoebe Stuckes for her poem, ‘Thus I became a heart-eater’, which was published in The Poetry Review in the Winter 2019 issue.”