About the Prize
The Kathleen Grattan Prize for a Sequence of Poems has been made possible by a bequest from the Jocelyn Grattan Charitable Trust. It was a specific request of the late Jocelyn Grattan that her mother be recognised through an annual competition in recognition of her love for poetry and that the competition be for a sequence or cycle of poems with no limit on the length of the poems. It is one of two poetry competitions funded by the Trust, the other being the prestigious Kathleen Grattan Award run by the publishers of Landfall magazine.
This is the 9th year the prize has been contested. Previous winners are:
International Writers' Workshop NZ Inc was founded in 1976 by poet Barbara B Whyte and meets on the first and thirds Tuesdays of the month from February to November in the Lindisfarne Room at St Aidans Church, 97 Onewa Road, Northcote.
For further information about the Prize, contact Sue Courtney, President, International Writers' Workshop NZ Inc, email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone (09) 426 6687.