Dickens Bicentenary Poetry & Prose Competition 2012


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Dickens Bicentenary Poetry & Prose Competition 2012


1st Prize: The Final Words of John Steadman -  Nick Banks read

2nd Prize: Little Wem - Victoria Grainger read

3rd Prize: Great Expectations Charles Dickens The Novel Factory - by Luke Melia


sewing glass into velvet - Hannah Morley read

Nameless - Anne Armstrong read

Headstone - Katie Lumsden read

Convert - Monique Hayes read


1st Prize: Louisa Gradgrind - Roger James, Kent read

2nd Prize: Flares, Grade II Listed Building - Ralph Ockendon, West Midlands read

3rd Prize: Flora Finching, Waking Up in 2012, is Offered a Library Book - Jenny Dawson, Lincolnshire read


For what we are about to receive - Julia Deakin, Yorkshire read

His Last Hour - Geralyn Pinto, India read

The Forgotten Nelly - Nancy Charley, Kent read

Judges' report

Prose - Marilyn Donovan read

Poetry - read