They are as follows:
- Rafael Ayala Paez/Roger Hickin translation (Venezuela/New Zealand) - Impressions
- Joan McNerney (USA)- Lost landscape
- Sheree Mack (UK) - Leaving home
Results coming early October and all poems will appear in Issue 7 of poetandgeek.com.
The competition is being judged by Scottish poet Andrew McCallum: you can read his blog enchevêtrements here http://andramccallum2013.wordpress.com/
Andrew McCallum was born in Wellhead Farm Cottage, just outside Cleghorn, brought up in Carnwath, far frae his hame did wander on reaching his majority, and – after an absence of 25 years – bides back in Biggar, where he can see from his bedroom window, in a cleuch of the Hartree Hills, the farm cottage under the roof-tree of which his mother was born; a circumstance from which, being fond of circles and the completion thereof, he derives great satisfaction. He scribbles poetry, which has been reluctantly and against his better judgement published in twa-three magazines and a wheen o anthologies in Britain and America. He was a long time Secretary of Biggar Museum Trust’s Brownsbank Committee, which sponsors the Brownsbank Writing Fellowship, and convenor of Biggar Writers’ Group.