Ready To Go’ photo by Feggy Art of the Battle of Britain Monument by Paul Day. We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2015 Timothy Corsellis Prize for poems responding to poetry of the Second World War. We received hundreds of entries from poets aged 14-25 responding to the life and work of six WWII poets: Keith Douglas, Sidney […]
After an extremely successful first year, the Timothy Corsellis Prize for poems responding to Second World War poetry returns, with a new Young Critics Prize running alongside the Poetry Prize. This competition is now closed. Catch up on the winning poems here! Last year, we were delighted to receive hundreds of entries for the inaugural […]
Young Poets Network is very excited to announce the first annual Timothy Corsellis Prize, for poems responding to the Second World War. Discover some fascinating young soldier-poets and write a poem in response to their life or work. The lucky winners, chosen by judges from the Poetry Society, the Imperial War Museum and the War Poets Association, will receive cash prizes, poetry books, poetry posters and publication!
Find out more about the young WWII poet whose life and work inspired the Young Poets Network Timothy Corsellis Prize.