Richest poetry prizes in the world
UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA VICE-CHANCELLOR’S INTERNATIONAL POETRY PRIZE
The enduring significance of poetry to cultures everywhere in the world. It marks the University of Canberra’s commitment to creativity and imagination.
PRIZES AND DETAILS
The winner will receive AUD $15,000.
The runner-up (second-placed poem) will receive AUD $5,000.
All poems entered for the prize must be single poems that have a maximum length of 50 lines.
Each entry of a poem costs AUD$20.
2016 Michael Lavers – ‘Your father at fourteen’
2015 Elisabeth Murawski – ‘Iconic Photo: Lee Miller in Munich, April, 1945’
2014 David Adès – ‘Dazzled’
20C15 | Faculty of Arts and Design | University of Canberra | Bruce ACT 2617 | AUSTRALIA