Tongues&Grooves Prose Poem Competition 2018 First, Second and Third Prize-winning Poems with Commentaries from the judge, Michael Loveday Patricia Millner – First Prize Bird Count, November Today we went to count the waders. Once a month the BTO records their numbers on every river and shore. So at first light we hefted our telescopes out into icy drizzle. The mudflats sucked and wobbled as … Continue reading The Winners: First, Second and Third Prize Winning Poems and Commentaries
We are pleased to announce the winner of 2018 Prose Poem Competition is Patricia Millner for her poem Bird Count, November Second Prize: Anne Caldwell – Crossroads Third Prize: Josh Ekroy – The Cave on the Moon Read the judge’s report here Highly Commended Poems Clare Best – When He Says Yes When She Says No Jinny Fisher – Make Way for the Golf Carts … Continue reading Results of the Tongues&Grooves Prose Poem Competition 2018
Sunday 25 March 2018 7.30 – 10.00 pm Prose Poem Competition Results and Award Ceremony With readings from the prize-winning poets Hosted by Maggie Sawkins and Michael Loveday Music with Les Kazoos D’Amour (tbc) £5 on the door Continue reading Prose Poem Competition Results and Award Ceremony – March 2018
Saturday 17th February 2018 2 – 4.30pm 20 places Menuhin Theatre, Third Floor, Portsmouth Central Library £6 – TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org THE IMP OF THE PERVERSE – Creative Writing Workshop In what ways does a prose poem differ from flash fiction? Is a prose poem just a poem without the line breaks? Do labels even matter? In the words of Gertrude Stein: … Continue reading THE IMP OF THE PERVERSE – Creative Writing Workshop
Thursday 7th December 2017 A Rose is a Rose is a Rose – Prose Poem Workshop with Maggie Sawkins. 6.30 – 9.00pm Cathedral House, St Thomas’ Street, Portsmouth £10 For further details: E mail: email@example.com Continue reading A Rose is a Rose is a Rose – Prose Poem Workshop with Maggie Sawkins.