The Dylan Thomas International Prize

The Dylan Thomas International Prize, sponsored by Swansea University, was launched at an event hosted by the Secretary of State for Wales, the Rt. Hon. David Jones MP in 2014.

The International Dylan Thomas Prize, which is the largest literary prize in the world for young writers, is aimed at encouraging creative talent worldwide. The Prize was first opened for entries on St David’s Day, 1st March 2014. In recognition of Dylan Thomas’s 39 years of literary productivity and creativity, the Prize is open to young writers of 39 and under.

The prize is a mere £30,000, and fame and fortune for the winner, well, in Wales anyway.

Here is one of my favourites poems. It’s from “Under Milkwood” by Dylan Thomas.


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One Response to The Dylan Thomas International Prize

  1. Marie Smith says:

    Great one, Keith! Good luck to all the young writers.

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    I still write stories now and I like helping the local young writers. I must have written about 200 sci-fi short stories over the years, and only ever had two published! How’s that for an achievement? – Keith.

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