Winners of The Keats-Shelley Prizes

The Poetry Winners are listed first with the winning Essayist second.
Click on the poem titles to download. The essays are published in past editions of the Keats-Shelley Review. Selected back copies of the Review are available through:

Prize Winners And Shortlisters With  Floella Benjamin And Bob Geldof
The shortlisted Poets and Essayists of 2017's Keats-Shelley Prizes

Keats-Shelley Adult Prize
Cahal Dallat Reading His First  Prize Winning Poem, GiantHester Styles Vickery, First Prize  Essays Young Romantics, Receiving Her Prize From Floella Benjamin

Cahal Dallat, Giant
Hester Styles Vickery, essay, Keats and Consumption

Young Romantics
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Tallulah Lefkowitz, The Step of Two
Daniel L. Shailer, essay, Guilt in Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner 

Keats-Shelley Adult Prize
First Prize Poetry Winner Will KempFirst Prize Essayist Michael Allen Receiving His Prize  From Richard Holmes

Will Kemp, Driving to Work at 5am listening to Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
Michael Allen, 'A Distant Idea of Proximity: How Keats handled Beauty’ (Essay in Review 31)

Young Romantics
Young Romantics Poet Riona Millar Receives Her Prize From  Richard HolmesYoung Romantics Essay Winner Sofia Bening With Shortlister  Lauren Falconer

Riona Millar, Sonnet after Frankenstein
Sofia Amanda Bening, Young Romantics essay, ‘The Stuff that Romantic Dreams are made Of' (Essay in Review 31)

Keats-Shelley Adult Prize
Jpeg 7762 K S Prize 1st Prize Winner Paul Mc Mahon Reading His Poem (640x426)

Paul McMahon, Tom's Pouch of Cure Stones
Harry Cochrane, The Romantic Dante (Essay in Review 30)

Young Romantics
Jpeg 7734 Yr Poetry Winner Daniella Cugini Reading Her Poem (640x426)Jpeg 7767 K S Prize Junior Essay Winner Stephen Horvath W Judge Sharon Ruston (640x424)Jpeg 7742 Yr Short Story Winner Parth Vaghani With Judge Kate Clanchy (640x423)

Daniella Cugini, presence
Stephen Horvath, essay, How did Revolutions in Politics Affect the Poetic Revolution in 'Lyrical Ballads?’ (Essay in Review 30)
Parth Vaghani, short story, Leaving Home

Patrick Cotter, Madra
Eleanor Fitzsimons, The Shelleys in Ireland: passion masquerading as insight? (Essay in Review No. 28)

Nick MacKinnon, Terrier in Rape
Ruth Scobie, Mary Shelley's Monstrous Explorers:James Cook, James King and a Sledge in Kamchatka (Essay in Review No. 27)

Pat Borthwick, Lord Leighton Brings Arabia to Holland Park
Priyanka Soni, Natura Naturata: Shelley’s Philosophy of the Mind in Creation (Essay in Review No. 26)

Simon Armitage, The Present
Andrew Lacey, Wings of Poesy: Keats’s Birds (Essay in Review No. 25)

D.H. Maitreyabandhu, The Small Boy and the Mouse
Jillian Hess, This Living Hand: Commonplacing Keats (Essay in Review No. 24)

John Gohorry, Lost
Susan Miller, Hellenic and Scientific Influences in P.B. Shelley’s Medusa (Essay in Review No. 23)

Richard Marggraf Turley, Elisions
Adam Gyngell, Ye Elemental Genii (Essay in Review No. 22)

Martin Mc Ritchie, The Experiment
Alison Pearce, Magnificent Mutilations (Essay in Review No. 21)

Edmund Cusick, Speaking in Tongues
David Taylor, Prometheus Unbound (Essay in Review No. 20)

Isabel Lusted, Soul with White Wings
Porscha Fermanis, Stadial Theory, Robertson’s History of America, and Hyperion (Essay in Review No. 19)

Leonie Rushforth, Bearings
Stephen Burley, Shelley, the United Irishman and the Illuminati (Essay in Review No. 17)

Jane Draycott, The Night Tree
Joe Francis, Doubting the Mountain: an Approach to Mont Blanc (Essay in Review No.16)

Robert Saxton, The Nightingale Broadcasts
Tony Venables, The Lost Traveller (Essay in Review No. 15)

Antony Nichols, Graveyard Shift
Helena Nelson, Wherefore all the Wormy Circumstance? (Essay in Review No. 14)

Cate Parrish, Ode to Someone in the Pool
James Burton, Keats and Coldness (Essay in Review No. 13)

Rukmini Maria Kallimachi, The Anatomy of Wild Flowers
Sarah Wotton, essay, Keats in Early Pre-Raphaelite Art Review No.12