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Poets get battered

Battered Moons is inviting entries for its Poetry Competition 2018.

This year’s judges are Jacob Sam La-Rose and Cristina Navazo-Eguía Newton.

The first prize is £700, the second prize is £200 and the third prize is £100. Four further commended poets will each win £25. The winners and commended entries will be published in the Battered Moons Poetry Pamphlet 2018. The winning poets will be invited to an event at Poetry Swindon festival in September.

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