Competition Results and Anne-Marie Fyfe

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On Tuesday 19th April the prize winners from our 2016 Open Poetry competition will be announced. You can hear the poems and enjoy a reading by the judge, Anne-Marie Fyfe at the Camden Centre in Tunbridge Wells – the meeting begins as usual at 8pm.

Anne-Marie Fyfe is a welcome returner to the Kent and Sussex.  She was born in Ireland, County Antrim, and now lives in West London,  where she  is well known as organiser and host of the Troubadour meetings.

Anne-Marie Fyfe has five collections of poetry.  She is also a tutor and prize winner and comes to us straight from a reading tour of the United States.

Come along and help us celebrate this special feast of poetry!

 

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12 responses to “Competition Results and Anne-Marie Fyfe

  1. Leigh Whiting

    I would love to attend and live in Kennington in Ashford. I can’t drive nor can I get a bus back from the train station. Is there anyone that could give me a lift there and back? I am happy to contribute to petrol.
    leighwhiting2006@hotmail.com
    Many thanks.

  2. Jeanette mahmood

    Where can we find a list of the winners, please?

  3. M

    When will the results be published on the website?

  4. Sukii

    I was hoping you might have posted the results of your competition on this website on 19th April. When will the results be made public online?

  5. James

    Hi there,
    I would just like to ask if the results are available?
    Thanks

  6. Anne Harding

    How can I access the results of the 2016 poetry competition? I would like to know as I have entered for the second year running. It would be good for entrants to be able to access the winning poems. Thank you. Anne Harding

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