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News: 10 October 2022

Keats-Shelley and Young Romantics Prizes 2022 Winners Announcement

The winners of 2022’s Keats-Shelley and Young Romantics Prizes will be revealed on Monday 17th October at 6pm GMT. The announcement will be made here on our website by the poet, biographer and 2022’s Chair of Judges Fiona Sampson. Further details to follow.

You can read all the shortlisted Poems and Essays below.

2022’s Keats-Shelley Prize Shortlists

2022’s Young Romantics Shortlists

The finalists were chosen by our brilliant panel of Judges: Professor Deryn Rees-Jones and Will Kemp for the Poetry Prize; Professor Sharon Ruston and Professor Simon
Bainbridge for the Essay Prize.

Listen to Fiona Sampson read and discuss Shelley’s Hymn to Intellectual Beauty on the Keats-Shelley Podcast

You can also visit our Google Earth Elegy World Map which we will continue to update and expand through the autumn.

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