Winners of the Best Poetry Collection Award (Youth)
The Sixteenth Edition 2018
The Sixteenth Edition of the Best Poetry collection Award for Young Poets was Given To:
Poet Abdullatif bin Yusuf bin Ibrahim Al-Mubarak (Saudi Arabia)
* He obtained Bachelor's degree in Industrial Systems Engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.
* He is a writer and editor at King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture - Aramco Saudi Arabia Initiative (Ithra).
* Founding Member of the Global Encyclopaedia of Arabic Literature.
Collection: "Neither the Earth is my Mother nor the Tribe is my Father," published by Athar Publishing and Distribution House in 2013.
Collection: "Narrative," published by Madarak Publishing and Distribution House in 2016.
* His name was awarded the State Award for Poetry in June 1995.
The Seventeenth Edition 2020
The Seventeenth Edition of the Best Poetry collection Award for Young Poets was Given To:
Poetess Ibaa Moustafa Al-Khateeb (Syria)
* Born in Syria in 1986.
* Obtained Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Engineering from Al-Baath University in 2014, Homs, Syria.
* Obtained Technical Diploma in Health Statistics from the Intermediate Health Institute, Damascus, Syria, 2005.
* Obtained Training of Trainees (TOT) course, Hama Governorate.
* She is an agricultural engineer.
* She also serves as Director of Public Relations and Media Office at Hamah National Hospital.
Qualified for the final stages of Prince of Poets program, Abu Dhabi, 2017.
First place among Arab female poets in the "Love of Words" competition, MBC Channel, 2010.
First places in several local and Arab competitions:
First place in the field of storytelling at the Arab Cultural Camp, Latakia, 2004.
First place in the Qatar Youth Revolution Union's Poetry Competition, 2003.
Poetry collection titled: "With Which Wound Shall I Touch You?" published by Abu Dhabi Poetry Academy.
Story collection titled: "As a Woman Did Not Love" published by Mosaic Publishing House, 2019.
Poems published in Syrian and Arab newspapers and magazines.
Articles in Syrian online newspapers.
Articles in Arab online newspapers.
Children's story collection.
Two plays for children.
The Eighteenth Edition 2022
The Eighteenth Edition of the Best Poetry collection Award for Young Poets was Given To:
Poetess Aalaa Na’eem Ali al-Qatrawi (Palestine)
* Born in Palestine.
* Graduated with distinction from Mamdouh Saydam High School with a GPA of 93.1% in 2008.
* Obtained Bachelor's degree in Arabic language from the Islamic University of Gaza in 2012, with a GPA of 89%.
* Holds a Master's degree in literature and criticism from the Islamic University of Gaza in 2015.
* Currently working on preparing a doctoral thesis in the field of Arabic literature and criticism.
Currently working as an Arabic language teacher at one of the schools of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in Gaza (UNRWA).
Worked in linguistic auditing and scenario writing to transform the curriculum into cartoon stories at UNRWA Channel.
Formerly worked as a presenter and host of programs at the Education Radio affiliated with the Ministry of Education, where she presented a talk show with poets titled "On the Banks of Poetry" in 2013.
Formerly worked at the Islamic University Radio, hosting a program focusing on poets and their biographies titled "The Talk of the Soul." The program is currently available on the radio's webpage and was aired in 2010.
Best Master's thesis in 3 minutes at the level of humanities colleges in the Islamic University in the field of poetry.
Reached the semifinals of live broadcasting shows in Prince of Poets competition, Season 7, 2017.
First place in a poetry competition titled "Hijaarat al-Sijjeel" organized by the Ministry of Culture in Palestine among Palestinian universities in 2013.
First place in a competition organized by the Ministry of Education, winning the best poem award among universities titled "Qamar Nahil" (A Gaunt Moon) in 2013.
First place in a competition titled "Naracom Qareeban" (We Will See You Soon) organized by the Palestinian Prisoners Ministry in collaboration with the Palestinian Writers and Authors Association, with a poem titled "Araq min al-Nay" (Thinner Than A Flute) in 2015.
First place in a competition titled "Thawrat Hibr" (Revolution of Ink) organized by the Youth Step Foundation for a poem titled "Al-Ketaba Fawqa al-Jasad" (Writing On The Body) in 2012.
First place in a competition titled “Improvisational Poetry” organized by the program "Wahi al-Qalam" on Al-Aqsa Radio Station, which was the first of its kind in Palestine.
First place in a competition titled "Al-Quds 'Arous Arabiya" (Jerusalem is an Arabian Bride) organized by the Islamic University in Palestine in 2010.
First place in a competition titled "A'idoun" (We’re Coming Back) at the level of Palestinian institutes and universities.
Third place in a competition titled "Ghaza Heena Nonajeeha" (Gaza, When We Call It) organized by the Islamic University under the auspices of the Palestinian Writers and Authors Association at the level of Palestinian universities and institutes in 2010.
First place at the high school level in Gaza Strip in playwriting in 2008.
Among the top ten poets at the high school level in a competition organized by the Ministry of Education in 2007.