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A truly international competition

The Oxford Brookes International Poetry Competition is open for entries.

The competition, which will be judged by Daljit Nagra, is in two categories. The ESL category is for poets who write in English as a second language. The open category is for any poet, published or unpublished. In each category the winner will receive £1,000 and the runner up will receive £200.

The competition is for original, unpublished poems up to fifty lines on any subject. Poems should be primarily in English but may include words and phrases in another language. ESL poems will be considered for inclusion in the open category. All poets should include OPEN or ESL in the top right-hand corner of their submission.

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