Eric Gregory Award

British poetry award

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. In 2019, the six winners were: James Connor Patterson, Sophie Collins, Mary Jean Chan, Dominic Leonard, Seán Hewitt, and Phoebe Stuckes. Each poet was awarded £4,725.
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award received: Eric Gregory Award

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Seamus Heaney

Irish poet, playwright, translator, lecturer

Works

21

Beowulf

author: Seamus Heaney

Death of a Naturalist

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

1966

District and Circle

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

2006

Door into the Dark

book by Seamus Heaney

author: Seamus Heaney

1969

Electric Light

collection of poetry

author: Seamus Heaney

2001

Author

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Carol Ann Duffy

British writer and professor of contemporary poetry

Works

16

Selected Poems Carol Ann Duffy

book by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

The World's Wife

1999 collection of poetry

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Anne Hathaway

1999 poem by Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Grimm Tales

play written by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

Little Red Cap

book by Carol Ann Duffy

author: Carol Ann Duffy

1999

Author

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Alan Hollinghurst

English novelist, poet, short story writer and translator

Works

7

The Stranger's Child

book by Alan Hollinghurst

author: Alan Hollinghurst

2011

The Line of Beauty

2004 novel by Alan Hollinghurst

author: Alan Hollinghurst

2004

The Spell

book by Alan Hollinghurst

author: Alan Hollinghurst

1998

The Swimming Pool Library

book by Alan Hollinghurst

author: Alan Hollinghurst

1988

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B. S. Johnson

British writer

Author

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Jill Dawson

British writer

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