A prize of £2,000 (approximately $2,540) is given annually for a poem. A second-place prize of £1,000 (approximately $1,270) is also given. Both winners receive publication on the Coffee-House Poetry website and an invitation to read in London in November. Pat Boran and Kathryn Maris will judge. Submit any number of poems of up to 45 lines each with a $7 entry fee per poem by October 21. Visit the website for complete guidelines.
Coffee-House Poetry, Troubadour International Poetry Prize, P.O. Box 16210, London W4 1ZP, United Kingdom.