2022-24 Birmingham Poet Laureate and Young Poet Laureate Application Form

    House name or number, and street
    Address Line 2
    Town/City
    Postcode
    You must be a resident of Birmingham, or be in the city for work or study, to be eligible to apply for these two roles.
    You don’t have to identify with just one genre / form, but it is useful to know whether you mostly write poetry, for example.
    This information is used purely for equality monitoring and reporting and will not be used in evaluating your submission. It will only ever be used anonymously and will never be passed on.
    This information is used purely for equality monitoring and reporting and will not be used in evaluating your submission. It will only ever be used anonymously and will never be passed on.
    This information is used purely for equality monitoring and reporting and will not be used in evaluating your submission. It will only ever be used anonymously and will never be passed on.
    Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
    Max 2 poems of up to 30 lines each. You can upload a Word Document or PDF.
    300 words maximum about your interest in the post and what you feel you can bring to the role.

2020-22 Birmingham Poet Laureate, Casey Bailey, and Young Poet Laureate, Fatma Mohiuddin,

in front of the Library of Birmingham in summer 2021.

Photo (c) Lee Allen.