Sentinel Literary Quarterly
The Magazine of World Literature. ISSN 1753-6499 (Online)
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RESULTS OF THE SENTINEL LITERARY QUARTERLY POETRY COMPETITION (AUGUST 2019).
JUDGE: ROGER ELKIN
Kevin O'Brien (Watford) - Do I Love You? Well now …
Greta Ross (Canterbury) - Henry Hall’s Lighthouse
Mark Totterdell (Exeter) - Jersey Tiger Moth
Michael Brown (Middlesbrough) - Right of Way
Philip Williams (Cheshire) - Red Triangle
Elizabeth Davies (London) - What nanny knew
Will Daunt (Ormskirk) - Tony’s Next
Lucy Crispin (Kendal) - mandatory blackbird poem
Malcolm Fritchley (Shireoaks) - The Model
Jack Faricy (Huddersfield) - Scrap
Ruth Calway (Gwent) - Yew
David Duncombe (Matlock) - Mam Tor, January
These poems will be published in the Sentinel Literary Quarterly online on Saturday 19th October and in print in due course.
Judge Roger Elkin has written a comprehensive adjudication report that all poets writing competitively now will find useful. Click here to read the report.
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QUARTERLY POETRY COMPETITIONS
Prizes in each category are:
First Prize: £250
Second Prize: £100
Third Prize: £50
High Commendation: £30 x 3
Commendation: £15 x 3
3 prize winners, 3 highly commended and 3 commended authors in each category will receive first publication in Sentinel Literary Quarterly (Online). Print versions of the magazine are available for those who wish to own copies.
To enter a competition now click on the relevant link below: