Zoe Skoulding’s latest collection The Museum of Disappearing Sounds has been shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award for new work.
The award breaks away from traditional poetry prizes by recognizing that poetry is not just found in books but is all around, on the stage, on the radio, on film and TV, in art galleries and around us in the built environment.
Judges Denise Riley, Sean Borodale and Eileen Cooper considered work in a wide variety of forms for the award – from radio-plays and installations to books and sound works. The winner of the £5000 prize will be announced at an awards ceremony on 28th March at the Saville Club in London.
You can get your copy of The Museum of Disappearing Sounds here.