Entries are now being accepted for one of the world’s richest poetry prizes, The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize. The winner of the 2014 prize will receive €10,000 (approximately US$12,750), with three runners-up to receive €1,000 each. The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize is for a single, original poem that has not been published in any form (including being self-published or published online). The prize is open to all poets, both established and emerging, and there are no restrictions on nationality or citizenship. Entries will be judged by Michael Symmons Roberts, a past winner of the Forward Prize, the Costa Poetry Prize and the Whitbread Poetry Award. The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize is managed by Irish quarterly arts & literature magazine The Moth. The Moth publishes poetry, short fiction and pictures, with each issue also featuring two interviews with writers or artists from Ireland or living in Ireland. The Moth happily accepts unsolicited submissions – please check the submission guidelines for further details. Entries for the Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize 2014 close on 31 December. The winning poems will be published in the March 2015 edition of The Moth. Visit The Moth website for full entry conditions.