2021’s Keats-Shelley and Young Romantics Prizes are Open
The theme of 2021’s Keats-Shelley Prizes is Writ in Water. The question we asked oursleves is: can you write in water? Watch the video below to find out…
2021’s Keats-Shelley Writing Prizes are divided into two competitions - Poetry and Prose - and into two age groups.
The Keats-Shelley Prize is open to all. Essays can be on any aspect of the writing or lives of the Romantics. For more information visit our Prize page here.
The Young Romantics Prize is for writers aged between 16 and 18. This year’s essay questions asks: ‘How can poetry – especially the poetry of John Keats and Percy Shelley – help us cope with adversity?’ To read more, please visit our Prize page here.
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