Results of South Bank Poetry magazine, 2013 competition

We had a record number of entries to our competition this year and competition was very tough for all concerned. Our judge Clare Pollard has now chosen the winning poems which will appear in the next extended issue of South Bank Poetry.

Prize-Winning Poems

1st Prize   Gare du Midi    by Paul Stephenson
2nd Prize  Baristas of East London   by Sarah Gibbons
3rd Prize   Jellied Eels    by Robert Peake
4th Prize   End of the Season   by Claire Collison
5th Prize   The Melting Moments   by Ellen Cranitch

Commended Poems

Limehouse to Mudchute   by Ian McEwen
Transfer Friday at QPR   by Victoria Bean
London Bridge    by Selina Rodrigues
Rye Lane Calls     by Gillie Robic
Soho Hens           by Kathy Pimlott

Approximately 40 more poems will be chosen from
Clare Pollard’s longlist, to supplement the ten
prize-winning and commended poems, in an
extended , combined spring and summer issue
18 of SBP.  It will be published in the summer
and launch readings will be held in London.

We will not be publishing the longlist.
You will be contacted by 20th April if any of
your poems have been chosen. If you haven’t
been contacted by then, you can assume you
haven’t been included.

Do not be too disappointed as 544 poems were entered, and the standard
was high.  A big thankyou to everyone who
entered the competiton.  Your interest and
support is very much appreciated

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7 Responses to Results of South Bank Poetry magazine, 2013 competition

  1. robertpeake123 says:

    Thanks, Katherine. Do I understand correctly that the poems will appear online at some point?

  2. Pingback: Trains, Rains and Autocorrect | Paul Stephenson

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