Welcome to the Welsh Poetry Competition web site.
The competition is now closed but details of our 2017 contest will appear here soon. We have a completely new judge this year – a multi-award-winning poet from West Wales.
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To see the winners of last year’s 10th competition – click here.
Ten Years On – our new anthology
Our second book contains all the winners from the last five years (2012-2016) along with the judges comments by John Evans, Sally Spedding and Eloise Williams.
To buy a copy just click here.
We should remind you that the competition is funded purely by the organisers & entrants and we receive no grants, bursaries or funding from the Arts Council of Wales, Literature Wales, RCTCBC or any other external agencies whatsoever.
If any libraries, writing groups, Facebook groups, Twitter followers, schools, universities, arts organisations, poetry workshops, bookshops, art galleries, councils etc. would like more information please let us know. You can email us or write to us at the usual address. We are more than happy to post out entry forms to you. Also feel free to download copies yourself as it saves us money and more money goes to prizes next year.
To read the rules – click here.
The First Five Years anthology with over 100 previous competition winners in is now available direct from us or via Amazon. If you would be interested in buying one and helping to support the competition click here for more details.
To join our Facebook Group* and post your poems for the world to see and judge, or just chat about poetry or the competition click here.
*Note: You will need your own Facebook account to join in.
To follow us on Twitter**
Tweet @radhiphang **Note: You will need your own Twitter account to join in.
Mailing list If you would like to be added to our mailing list just fill out the form below and we shall let you know when we update the web site, announce winners and launch the next competition.
We use MailChimp for our newsletters now but still never give your e-mail address to anyone else.
Want to publish your own work?
Why not check out Publish & Print – a new self-publishing company based in south Wales that offers poets and writers an affordable yet professional service for those wishing to join the self-publishing revolution.
To find out more – click here.