Eric Gregory Award

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The Eric Gregory Award is a literary award given annually by the Society of Authors for a collection by British poets under the age of 30. The award was founded in 1960 by Dr. Eric Gregory to support and encourage young poets.[1] In 2021, the seven winners were: Michael Askew; Dominic Hand; Cynthia Miller; Gboyega Odubanjo; Kandance Siobhan Walker; Phoebe Walker; and Milena Williamson.

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  1. ^ "The Eric Gregory Awards". Society of Authors. Retrieved 13 June 2021.

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