The Eric Gregory Awards, for a collection by poets under the age of 30, were founded in 1960 by the late Dr Eric Gregory for the encouragement of young poets.
- Cynthia Miller for Honorifics
- Dominic Hand for Symbiont
- Gboyega Odubanjo for Aunty Uncle Poems
- Kandace Siobahn Walker for Cowboy
- Michael Askew for The Association Game
- Milena Williamson for The Red Trapeze
- Phoebe Walker for Animal Noises
The 2022 Awards will open for submissions in August 2021.
- The author must be under the age of 30 on the 31 October 2021.
- The author must either be a British national or be resident in Great Britain and Northern Ireland for three years immediately prior to the date of submission for the award, and writing in English.
- The work submitted may be a published or unpublished volume of poetry, drama-poems or belles-lettres.
- No more than 30 poems should be submitted and collections should be no more than 50 pages.
- The work must not have been previously submitted for The Eric Gregory Awards.
- Entrants may only enter ONE collection of 30 poems each year.
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