Ipswich Poetry Feast

The Ipswich Poetry Feast is a prestigious annual literary event begun in 2003. Sponsored by the Ipswich City Council, the competition aims to encourage the writing of poetry and raise community awareness of this literary art through an annual international showcase event highlighting the vibrant and rich cultural diversity of the region.

The competition, now in its fifth year, has since gained international status. Prizes include an Open (adult) Age and a School Age category.

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