May’s contest, Eco Flash Fiction, proffered some excellent pieces of work and we will be announcing the winner shortly. I must confess, we’ve been a little delayed posting news of our May winner, but there’s been so much going on in the office this month (most of it good) and we’ve struggled to keep up!
Back to the new contest however…
I don’t know about you but I think sonnets are truly beautiful arrangements of words. Bizarrely enough, I penned one fairly recently about an induction cooker and it was such fun to play with the quatrains and couplets. If you have no idea what I’m talking about click here for an easy step-by-step guide on precisely how to craft one and impress your literary loving friends.
Entry is just £3.50 and for every single submission we will plant a tree in our Word Forest in Bore, Kenya. We will also send you an electronic certificate with the GPS coordinates of your tree.
Additionally, each Mini-MOLP winner will receive 10 fabulous paperbacks from the Magic Oxygen best sellers list, including a rib-tickling comedy from Bridport Prize winner, Chris Hill, an epic tale of love and liberation from the prolific author, Sue Hampton and many others, with a value of approximately £80.
The winner will also have their poem performed at the solstice, at a very well known solstice destination – we’ll reveal the details in due course.
Forsooth, dear scribe, reach for thine preferred writing instrument and commence your entry!