Poetry in 140 characters? What would Brontë have made of tweet poems?
“‘Tis moonlight, summer moonlight” – Emily Jane Brontë
Following the success of last year’s micro-poetry competition, the Centre for New Writing and the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures are pleased to announce the launch of #micropoem14.
This year’s theme is ‘English Summer‘.
All you need to do to enter is tweet your micropoem with the hashtag #micropoem14.
Your micropoem must be in English, only one micropoem per person, your micropoem must be themed around the English Summer.
The competition will run between 7 and 14 July 2014 inclusive and prizes for the best 3 poems include 2 x tickets to a Literature Live event in autumn 2014; signed Jeanette Winterson book; and a book voucher. The winning micropoems will be published on the Manchester Review.
The competition will be judged by a team from the Centre for New Writing including the Centre’s co-director and poet John McAuliffe, whose 3rd book is Of All Places; Janet Rogerson and Eleanor Ward.
For full terms and conditions and to find out more see the #micropoem14 competition