Read the whole interview here.
Frogmore published his long poem A Plutonian Monologue as a signed limited edition in 2000. A few copies remain and are available from the Frogmore Press at £5 inclusive of postage and packing.
|Mike Bartholomew-Biggs, Jackie Wills, Jeremy Page|
|Nancy Mattson, Mike Bartholomew-Biggs|
|Cover art by Leah Fusco|
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Frogmore Poetry Prize 2014
Next year’s Frogmore Prize is to be adjudicated by Abegail Morley, whose latest collection Eva and George, Sketches in Pen and Brush was recently published by Pindrop Press. Abegail’s debut collection How to Pour Madness into a Teacup (Cinnamon, 2009) was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2010.
|Emily Wills, winner of the Frogmore Prize 2012 and 2013|
THE FROGMORE POETRY PRIZE 2013
Sponsored by the Frogmore Press
The winner of the Frogmore Poetry Prize for 2013 will win two hundred guineas and a two-year subscription to The Frogmore Papers. The first and second runners-up will receive seventy-five and fifty guineas respectively and a year’s subscription to The Frogmore Papers. Shortlisted poets will receive copies of selected Frogmore Press publications. Previous winners of the Prize have been David Satherley, Caroline Price, Bill Headdon, John Latham, Diane Brown, Tobias Hill, Mario Petrucci, Gina Wilson, Ross Cogan, Joan Benner, Ann Alexander, Gerald Watts, Katy Darby, David Angel , Howard Wright, Julie-ann Rowell, Arlene Ang, Peter Marshall, Gill Andrews, A K S Shaw, Sharon Black and Emily Wills.
Adjudicator: Stephanie Norgate is a playwright and poet. She lives in Sussex and runs the MA in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester. Her plays have been produced on the London Fringe and broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Fireclay, a Poetry Business prize-winning pamphlet appeared in 1998, followed by a selection of poems in Oxford Poets 2000. Her two collections with Bloodaxe are Hidden River (2008), which was shortlisted for both the Forward Prize for Best First Collection and the Jerwood Aldeburgh First Collection Prize, and The Blue Den (2012). She is currently editing a book of international essays on poetry and voice.
Conditions of Entry
|John McCullough, Maria Jastrzebska, Michaela Ridgway and Jeremy Page at the NVT|
|John McCullough wriggling his toes|
|Managing Editor Alexandra Loske on a faux Regency phone cabinet|
|Maria Jastrzebska reclining on the chaise-longue|
|Jeremy Page and André Evans at the Folkestone Amphiteatre|
|Cover art by DJ Markham for the |
upcoming issue of The Frogmore Papers
|1980s postcard showing the Frogmores tearooms in Folkestone, |
the birthplace of the Frogmore Press