Newcastle Poetry Prize 2019

Copley, H. 2019. Newcastle Poetry Prize 2019.

TitleNewcastle Poetry Prize 2019
AuthorsCopley, H.
Description

I was awarded the 2019 inaugural Newcastle Poetry Prize for my poem 'Juice'. As part of the prize I was invited up to read at the Newcastle Poetry Festival. I was also awarded a three-day residency at the Newcastle University Poetry archives. The cash prize for the award was £1000

Year2019
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Keywordspoetry, prize
Publication dates
Published onlineMay 2019
Web address (URL)https://www.ncl.ac.uk/ncla/competitions/

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Copley, H. 2021. How to write a love poem. The Conversation.

‘A small, fierce being’: Jon Silkin, Isaac Rosenberg, and the definition of the Anglo-Jewish poet
Copley, H. 2020. ‘A small, fierce being’: Jon Silkin, Isaac Rosenberg, and the definition of the Anglo-Jewish poet. Textual Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/0950236x.2020.1839954

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Copley, H. 2020. 'Baby teeth'. Into the Void.

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Copley, H. 2020. Lapwing. Poetry magazine. 215 (4), pp. 337-343.

Denim
Copley, H. 2019. Denim. Bath Magg. Issue 2.

Review: Geoffrey Hill, The Book of Baruch by the Gnostic Justin, edited by Kenneth Haynes (OUP, 2019)
Copley, H. 2019. Review: Geoffrey Hill, The Book of Baruch by the Gnostic Justin, edited by Kenneth Haynes (OUP, 2019) . Stand. 17 (2), pp. 117-121.

From Baghdad to Sarajevo to Beeston: The War Poetry of Tony Harrison
Copley, H. 2018. From Baghdad to Sarajevo to Beeston: The War Poetry of Tony Harrison. English Studies. 99 (1), pp. 19-33. https://doi.org/10.1080/0013838X.2017.1405319

Two Poems - 'Sorry' and 'Ten Thousand'
Copley, H. 2017. Two Poems - 'Sorry' and 'Ten Thousand'. in: Bower, Rachel and Mort, Helen (ed.) Verse Matters pp. 42-44

The Enduring Gift of Geoffrey Hill
Copley, H. 2017. The Enduring Gift of Geoffrey Hill. Stand. 15(2) (214), pp. 62-67.

Committed Rootlessness: The Anglo-Jewish Perspective and Rhetoric of Jon Silkin
Copley, H. 2013. Committed Rootlessness: The Anglo-Jewish Perspective and Rhetoric of Jon Silkin. Stand. 11 (3), pp. 18-26.

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