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Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition

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We are pleased to announce the results of the Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition (October 2021) judged by Rachel Long.

 

1st Prize

Knocking Shop by Melanie Banim (Liverpool, UK)

2nd Prize

Maybe one day I will love you by Mary Mulholland (London, UK)

3rd Prize

Like you know Bolognese is slang for funny 

by Mary Mulholland (London, UK)

Highly Commended: 

 

Bath Time by Neil Elder (Middlesex, UK)

An Absent Father by Melanie Banim (Liverpool, UK)

Home Sweet Home by Eve Chancellor (Manchester, UK)

 

 Commended: 

 

Night Talk by Roberta Bassetti (Summer Hill, Australia) Perspectives by D’Angelo (London, UK)

Who Shall Wall/ Self from myself  by Klara Hughes (Nicosia, Cyprus)

 

Special Mention: 

 

Pokemon in the Cemetery by Clare Starling (London, UK) The Certainty of your Goodness by Hugo Jeudy (Paris, France)

Losing Tattoos like the Final Minutes of Twilight 

by D’Angelo (London, UK)

 

Read the Judge's Report by Rachel Long here >>

 


 

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