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Kembla Flame Written Bush Poetry Competition 2021

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The Kembla Flame Written Bush Poetry Competition 2021 is open until December 24, 2020. This is a written Bush Poetry competition and is for poems written with consistent rhyme and meter. There is also the requirement that the theme or subject matter must be Australian by nature. Entry Fee: $6, $10 for 3 Prize: First: […]

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Robyn Mathison Poetry Prize 2020

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The Robyn Mathison Poetry Prize 2020 is open until October 31, 2020. Theme: Flora or Fauna Prizes: $200, $50 The competition is open to all poets. Submit up to 40 lines. Entry fee: $10 More here.

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Judith Wright Poetry Prize

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The Judith Wright Poetry Prize is open until November 16, 2020. Judges: Bella Li, Bonny Cassidy, Anne-Marie Te Whiu and Toby Fitch The Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets seeks outstanding poetry by writers who have published no more than one collection of poems under their own name. Prizes: $6000, $2000, […]

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August 2020 Competition Winner

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Jess Bird is a 27 year old, London-based writer whose work has been aired on BBC Radio 4. She works part-time in an advertising agency and lives in Camberwell with her cat. FRANCES PHONES HOME¬† Frances steps out into the night, letting the cool air lick the gathering sweat in her hair line. Behind her, […]

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Mundaring Poetry Competition 2020

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The Mundaring Poetry Competition 2020 is open until October 9, 2020. Free to enter. It’s open to everyone aged over 18 years. Theme: Food for Thought. There’s a limit of 3 poems per author. First prize is $300. More here.

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July 2020 Competition Winner

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Siobhan’s Lovesong Andy Martin is a philosophy teacher in the UK. He has had a number of short stories published online, and in the literary magazine Adelaide. This one is loosely based on a true story. ________________________________________ A pound coin clatters down the slot. I scroll through the song choices of the old jukebox, and […]

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