A prize of £2,000 (approximately $2,600) is given annually for a poem. A second-place prize of £1,000 (approximately $1,300) is also given. Both winners receive publication on the Coffee-House Poetry website and an invitation to read at a Coffee-House Poetry reading in London in November. Imtiaz Dharker and Michael Symmons Roberts will judge. Submit a poem of up to 45 lines with a $7.50 entry fee ($5 for each additional poem) by October 16. Visit the website for complete guidelines.
Coffee-House Poetry, Troubadour International Poetry Prize, P.O. Box 16210, London W4 1ZP, United Kingdom.