Visual Verse is open for its monthly submission window. Submissions close 15 September 2021 until the next window on 1 October! View the visual prompt and write your response. As ever, I would encourage you to write your one-hour piece and submit asap, as I believe this increases your chances of getting it published. Submit here.
June issue of online art-to-poetry journal Visual Verse opened 1 June 2021 for submissions. As ever, give yourself an hour to write a response to this month’s image – and submit asap.
Sorry I’m a few days late in posting. Visual Verse is open for May 2021 submissions, written within one hour, in response to the image shown here. I’ve found submitting asap is best.
The image is up for this month’s Visual Verse challenge. Check out the picture, then give yourself one hour to write a response. https://visualverse.org/submit/
The March issue of this online poetry publication is open for responses to this month’s image. Send your poem (written in one hour) asap! (I’ve found you need to get in at the start, for your piece to be considered.) Full details here.
Online poetry journal Visual Verse has posted this month’s picture for creative writing responses. As ever, you have until 15th to respond, but I’d get your piece in asap. You have an hour in which to write it. View the piggy inspiration here.
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.
As ever, you have until 15th of the month (in this case, 15 June 2020) to submit writing inspired by the image shown on the site. There is a one-hour time limit in which to write your piece. Full info here.