The Poetry Fellowship is based in a Georgian building in Taunton in England, in an area once frequented by Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth.

The Fellowship exists to promote fine poetry and find talented poets worldwide. Our website holds a useful resource for poets who wish to get published and our editors consider any poetry sent in to us by email or by mail – written in English – for publication on the Poetry Fellowship Hall of Fame. Please visit our terms & conditions, cookie policy and privacy pages (at the bottom of this page). 

Publishers regularly read the content on the Fellowship’s Hall of Fame. Those poets lucky enough to get published in the Hall of Fame qualify for a Poetry Fellowship Certificate and the top 200 poems received during the course of the year will qualify for inclusion in the Poetry Fellowship anthology published offline in hardback at Christmas time each year.

In the words of Coleridge:

Talent, lying in the understanding, is often inherited; genius, being the action of reason or imagination, rarely or never.

Our staff at the poetry fellowship come into work each day hoping to discover genius. Could that be You? Give it a go. We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Please, do not send us plagiarised work. If you feel that a poet has submitted plagiarised content to the Poetry Fellowship then please contact us via the contact form. 

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