Congratulations to Jo Bell (1st Prize), Dorothy Coventon (2nd), Simon Pomery (3rd) –and all the shortlisted poets.
You can read the winning entries on the Charles Causley Poetry Blog. You can also ‘follow’ and keep up to date with any competition news for 2014. Who knows maybe next year it could be you (or me!) 🙂
You can also listen to Jo Bell reading The Icicle Garden here on SoundCloud.
The Charles Causley Trust is delighted to announce the winners of the first ever Charles Causley Poetry Competition, in aid of the continuing project to renovate the late poet’s house in Launceston, Cornwall and supporting an on-going programme of Writing Residencies and Literature events.
The competition closed in November 2013, and offered a top prize of £3000 with runners up prizes of £500 and £100. Sir Andrew Motion judged the competition and presentation to the winners by Sir Andrew was held on 28th January 2014.
• 1st Prize of £3000 was awarded to Jo Bell for ‘The Icicle Garden’
• 2nd Prize of £500 was awarded to Dorothy Coventon for ‘The River Trevillet’
• 3rd Prize of £100 was awarded to Simon Pomery for ‘Love Poem to Black Pudding’
To read the winning poems click here
Shortlisting, Sir Andrew also highly commended the following poems:
• Once in Wapping’ by
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