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Time for Troubadour

The Troubadour International Poetry Prize run by Coffee House Poetry is open for entries for the 2017 competition.

This year’s competition will be judged by Michael Symmons Roberts and Imtiaz Dharker. The first prize is £2,000, the second prize is £1,000 and the third prize is £500. There are additional prizes of subscriptions to The Manhattan Review, Poetry, Poetry Ireland Review and The Rialto, a £100 Troubadour restaurant voucher and a bottle of Troubadour champagne. All prize-winning poets will be invited to read at Coffee House Poetry on 27 November, which is prize night.

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