Timothy Corsellis Prize

The Timothy Corsellis Poetry Prize invites young writers from around the world, aged 14-25, to write a poem in response to the life and/or work of a small selection of Second World War poets: Keith Douglas, Sidney Keyes, Alun Lewis, John Jarmain, Henry Reed and Timothy Corsellis.

They are also running a Young Critics Prize, for short essays of 500-1500 words exploring which three poets, out of the six, are most likely to be read in twenty years’ time and why.

First prize is £100 book tokens in each category. There are also two runner-up prizes of £50 book tokens, plus poetry books and posters, and publication on the Young Poets Network.

More here.