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 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.
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.
It’s that time again: Visual Verse posts an image on 1st of each month and is open until 15th to writing inspired by the image. There is a catch: you must write your piece within one hour. Submission guidelines here.
Free to enter. One poem per person. Details below copied and pasted from the website:>Deadline: Tuesday 1st July 2014 Judges: Katrina Naomi (Girl with the Cactus Handshake) and Judy Brown (Loudness) 1st Prize: 7 nights’ stay at Gladstone’s Library; 2nd Prize: 3 nights’ stay at Gladstone’s Library Hanging in the hallway at Gladstone’s Library is a mysterious woman in a russet gown. She points at a blossoming orange; she is watched by a whippet. On the table beside her a fruit bowl contains grapes, plums and yet more oranges. Now in its second year, the Gladstone’s Library creative writing prize for 2014 is for poetry. Any style, convention, or form is acceptable, as long as it takes the portrait as its starting point. Don’t worry about her identity – we don’t know who she is either! http://www.gladstoneslibrary.org/gladfest2014/mysterylady/