The Munster Literature Centre announces Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Competition
Submissions are now open until November 30, 2017
The Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Competition (organized by the Munster Literature Centre) is now open to submissions until November 30, 2017. First Prize includes the sum of €1,000, a week's residency at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre and a publication in the Southword Literary Journal. The winner will also have the opportunity to attend the Cork International Poetry Festival (from 14 – 17 February, 2018) and will be offered a place in the Brian Turner poetry masterclass. Up to €600 will be applied to their travel fees, and free meals and accommodation for up to five nights will be provided during the Festival. The 2018 judge is Patrick Cotter, a Cork writer and publisher who is also Director of the Munster Literature Centre. ou can find more information about this Cork writer and publisher here.
Learn more about the competition and find more details about how to submit at:http://munsterlit.ie/Gregory%20ODonoghue%20International%20Poetry%20Competition.html.