Jane Lovell has won the Flambard Prize and been shortlisted for several awards including the Basil Bunting Award, the Canterbury Poet of the Year, the PENfro Open Poetry Competition and the Wenlock Poetry Prize. She holds awards in the Poetry on the Lake, Segora and Wisehouse competitions and the Bare Fiction Prize.
Most recently Jane won the South Downs Poetry Competition and was runner up in the BBC Proms Poetry Competition 2017.
Her work is widely anthologized, including in Templar’s ‘Mill’, Liquorice Fish’s ‘What Lies Within’, Cinnamon Press’s ‘In the Cinnamon Corners’, Zoomorphic’s ‘Driftfish’ and ‘One for the Road’ from Smith Doorstop.
Recent work has also appeared in Agenda, Magma, the North, the Honest Ulsterman, Earthlines and Dark Mountain.
Jane’s forthcoming collection is This Tilting Earth from Agenda editions. Her pamphlet Metastatic is to be published later in 2018 by Against the Grain Press.