We have a shortlist!

Disphyma crassifolium
Disphyma crassifolium – a Tasmanian salt marsh resident.  Photo courtesy of Vishnu Prahalad

Yesterday, at the World Wetlands Day Celebration in Cambridge, Tasmania, judge Sarah Day read from the poems she has shortlisted for the inaugural World Wetlands Day Poetry Prize.

The shortlisted poems were:

  • Trephina Bluff
  • In My Other Life
  • Heron’s Formula
  • three wetlands
  • Amphibonacci Sequence: an endangered menagerie

Congratulations to all shortlisted poets, whose identities will be revealed at the close of judging, and to all who entered.

The overall winner will be announced here on World Wetlands Day, Tuesday 2nd February 2016.



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