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The Julian Lennon Prize for Poetry

The first Julian Lennon Prize for Poetry is open for original, previously unpublished poems in English, on any subject, in any style up to 40 lines long. There is full creative license for writers with some influence from the themes of environment / nature / conservation of life (open to the poet's interpretation) as the competition is in support of The White Feather Foundation.

The competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland.

First Prize: £1,000
Second Prize: £500
Third Prize: £200
With commendable entries also being chosen.

Judges: Julian Lennon, Jehane Markham, Sean Street.

Julian Lennon will have final decision over the winning entries.

Competition closes at midnight on 5 June 2021 (World Environment Day).

Closing date
Sat 5 June 2021
Entry fee
£10 for first entry | £5 for subsequent entries