Stephen Spender Prize 2010 Winners Announced

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Posted: 1 November 2010

The Times Stephen Spender Prize 2010 has been awarded - The winners were announced in The Times on 30 October 2010.

Winner of the 14-and-under prize

Henry Miller, Amores 3.2 by Ovid (Latin)

Commended
Dominic Hand, ‘Spleen' by Baudelaire (French)
Sam Peters, ‘Poem 27' by Catullus (Latin)

Winners of the 18-and-under category
1st: Patrick Heaton, from Heroides 1 by Ovid (Latin)
Joint 2nd: Iona Hannagan Lewis, ‘Rhyfel' by Hedd Wyn (Welsh)
Amelia Hassard, ‘Get Drunk' by Baudelaire (French)

Commended
Emily Carpenter, ‘The Erl King' by Goethe (German)
Henry Edwards, Elegies 1.3 by Propertius (Latin)
Claire Ewbank, ‘Grodek' by Georg Trakl (German)
Ben Pope, Metamorphoses 8 by Ovid (Latin)

Winners of the Open category
1st: John Richmond, ‘The Retreat from Moscow' by Victor Hugo (French)
2nd: Duncan Forbes, ‘Confession' by the Archpoet (Latin)
3rd: Jane Draycott, ‘Song for Wulf' (Anglo-Saxon)

Commended
Chen Dandan, ‘Strawberry Pie' by Xia Yu (Chinese)
Michael Foley, ‘The Poets Aged Seven' by Arthur Rimbaud (French)
James Knox Whittet, ‘Hallaig' by Sorley Maclean (Gaelic)
Mario Petrucci, ‘History' by Eugenio Montale (Italian)
Carol Rumens, ‘Canto 27' from Dante's Purgatorio (Italian)

Source: Stephen Spender Trust

Categories: Poetry News, Poetry Prizes

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