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The 2016 Keats-Shelley winners for poetry | 14-Apr-16

The winners of the Keats-Shelley prize for essays and poems have been announced at a ceremony that saw Damian Lewis and Helen McCory reenact an interpretation of Shelley's Frankenstein

The seven winners, who came from the UK, the US and Singapore, submitted works on the theme "After Frankenstein".

The 2016 Keats-Shelley winners for poetry

  • Will Kemp: first prize for 'Driving to Work at 5am Listening to Toccata and Fugue in D Minor'
  • Nigel Prentice: second prize for 'The Simulation'
  • Riona Millar: first prize young Romantics for 'Sonnet After Frankenstein'
  • Harry Jenkins: second prize Young Romantics for 'Prometheus 3.0'

Read more about this on The Guardian




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