It’s that time of the month again… One image, one hour to write a response. This month’s image is a photograph by Miikka Luotio. As always, I recommend submitting as soon as possible, to increase your chances of having your piece selected for publication on the website. Image and submission info here. Deadline: 15 May 2022.
It’s that time of the month again… You have until midnight UK time on 15th February 2022 to write and submit a one-hour response to the image shown here. Get your piece in asap for an opportunity to see it published on the site.
It’s the first Visual Verse prompt of the year! As ever, I’d recommend you write your one-hour piece and submit it asap. Prompt and full info here. There are also some early pieces for inspiration.
It’s that time again! Head over to the site here and give yourself just one hour to pen a response to the November 2021 image. As ever, I advise getting your submission in asap to increase your chances of being published on the Visual Verse site.
There’s a striking image as the prompt for Visual Verse December 2020. It’s by Nigerian artist Oscar Ukonu, who creates all his amazingly photographic work in ballpoint pen. Submit asap, giving yourself just an hour to write a response. The editors will post their favourite responses on the site.
I recommend writing and submitting this weekend (6-8 November 2020), if you want to have a stab at a response to this month’s image.
There’s a new visual prompt up today on Visual Verse. Give yourself an hour to respond in poetry or prose. Deadline, as ever, is 15th of the month.
There’s still time to write and submit a poem in response to this month’s image on Visual Verse. Deadline is 15 Apri 2020. Full details here (scroll down, past ‘About’ section).
Make It Maldon is a one-off event in Maldon, Essex, England. It will run from Saturday 29th to Monday 31st August 2015 and is co-ordinated by the amazing Willow Shepstone, as her university placement project for Nottingham Trent University, where she studies product and furniture design.
I will be giving a free reading of my poetry on Saturday 29th August, at 3pm, and leading a free beginners’ poetry workshop on Sunday 30th, from 2-4pm. Both events will be at the beautiful Hayletts Gallery. The beginners poetry workshop is open to all. We’ll be using the fantastic art (in Hayletts Summer Mixed Exhibition) as our inspiration – and you really don’t have to have any experience to participate. I will be very kind and gentle.
Booking essential, by emailing me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please can you share this, if you are UK-based and have friends/family in Essex? Thank you!