'Breathe-in experience, breathe-out poetry'
Be part of a highly recognised poetry competition that has assisted
poets for over 30 years.
Enjoy the opportunity to have your work published in the
2021 Woorilla Poetry Collection of Poems
Terms & Conditions
Competition Opened | 3rd July 2021
Competition Closed | 5th September 2021
Awards Ceremony - Hybrid Event: 28th November 2021
Youth Sub - Category CALD
Louise Rockne Youth Section
Judith Rodriguez Open Section
Emilie Zoey Baker
Nathan Curnow is a poet, performer and past editor of Going Down Swinging. His work has featured widely in Australia and overseas for over twenty years, leading to a tour of Europe in 2018 where he opened the Heidelberg Literary Days Festival in Germany.
His books include The Ghost Poetry Project, RADAR, The Right Wrong Notes and The Apocalypse Awards. He has taught creative writing at Federation University and has won numerous prizes including the Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize, the Woorilla Poetry Prize, and in 2020, the Martha Richardson Poetry Prize.
He lives in Ballarat and is honoured to continue his association with the Woorilla.
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Woorilla Poetry Prize is a not for profit poetry competition run by volunteers who are passionate individuals, that believe in the power of poetry and supporting existing, up and coming and especially young emerging poets. Any assistance you can give will help grow and sustain this annual competition
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