The Cholmondeley Awards for Poets
The Cholmondeley Awards for Poets were founded by the late Dowager Marchioness of Cholmondeley in 1966 to recognise the achievement and distinction of individual poets.
- They are honorary awards and submissions are not accepted
- The recipients are chosen by the Awards Committee for their general body of work and contribution to poetry.
The 2014 Awards
Winners: W.N. Herbert, Jeremy Hooker, John James, Glynn Maxwell and Denise Riley. Each received £1,500.
Judges: Mimi Khalvati, Ian Patterson, Fiona Sampson, and Michael Symmons Roberts.
Pictured left: Denise Riley with A.L. Kennedy, who presented the Authors' Awards 2014.
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