Creative writing competition: Horizons


13 July 2021
This year's competition from Save As Writers marks the centenary of TS Eliot's visit to Margate

The Horizons competition invites submissions of poetry and prose on the theme of 'Horizons', inspired by the idea that The Waste Land opened new horizons in poetry. The theme may be interpreted literally or figuratively, either celebrating or reflecting on TS Eliot and his works, or interpreting the theme in a broader way.

In each category there are prizes of £200, £100 and £50. The poetry category will be judged by Eleanor Perry, and the prose category by Amy Sackville.

Submit poetry up to 60 lines, and prose up to 3,500 words.

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The entry fees are £3 per poem/£8 for three and £4 per story/£10 for three.

The closing date is 31 August.

For full details see the website.