Open until 12 September 2017
Cost: £3 per entry or £5 for two
In support of our themed exhibition A Murder of Crows at the Ferini Gallery, Pakefield, for this year’s writing competition we are inviting submissions of written work inspired by the crow, whether rook or magpie, fable or truth.
Entries should be poems of no more than 30 lines or flash fiction of no more than 100 words. Work can be submitted independent of attendance at the exhibition or The Poetry of Crows writing workshop.
The top three short-listed entrants will be invited to come as the guests of Waveney & Blyth Arts to the Arts & Eats lunch on 20 September at the Ferini Gallery, Pakefield where they will read their work to the audience and the winner will be chosen at the event.
Full details about how to enter here – Waveney & Blyth Arts writing competition entry details