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The London Magazine’s Poetry Competition 2015

2 March 2015

The London Magazine has been home to the likes of Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, Christopher Reid, Helen Dunmore and many more. We are on the hunt for new talent – unpublished poems from across the world. 

This is a fantastic opportunity for writers across the world to get published in the most prestigious literary journal in the UK plus winning a cash prize. First prize wins £200 and publication the magazine, whilst second and third prize win £150 and £100 respectively, with all three poems being published on our website. Poems will be judged by Holly Howitt-Dring and Tristam Fay Saunders.

Submissions open on 1st April 2015 and the deadline is 31st May 2015.

Entry fee is £5 per poem and there is no limit to the number of poems that you can submit; a line limit of 40 applies. The winners will be announced at a special London networking drinks reception; this is a fantastic networking experience and gives the winners a chance to meet The London Magazine team.

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The London Magazine’s Poetry Competition 2014

31 May 2014

For the first time since its resurgence, The London Magazine, the UK’s oldest literary journal, is hosting a worldwide poetry competition which is open for all ages. Submit your poems to the most prestigious literary journal in the UK, home to Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes and more. First prize: £200 (plus publication in a future issue). Second prize: £150 (plus publication online) Third prize: £100 (plus publication online)  Entry fee: £5. Deadline: June 30, 2014.