LUPUS UK INTERNATIONAL POETRY COMPETITION
We are pleased to announce the results of the Lupus UK International
Poetry Competition judged by Jim Bennett. A successful competition
that raised £180.65 for the charity. What is more, judge, Jim
Bennett found many of the entries to be of very high standard, but
at the end it came down to five poets.
The 2 Highly Commended poets in no particular order are CLARE FOGES
Afternoon, and TERRY JONES for
Werner Herzog's documentary about the Chauvet cave paintings
discovered in 1993.
The Third Prize was won by LESLEY BURT for
Rhythm, Second Prize went to GILL McEVOY for
The Bardsey Apple, eifel ynys enlli, and the First Prize has
been won by ANNA MERYT for the poem
Congratulations to all the winners. You can now
read the Judge's Report here.
Author of 57 books including poetry,
children's books for children, and technical training manuals,
Bennett is the award-winning author of The Man Who tried to Hug
Clouds. He is also the Managing Editor of Poetry Kit – the
foremost resource for poets online.