03 May 2022
The competition aims to celebrate diversity and provide a platform for people who feel marginalised or othered
The competition from Renard Press is for poetry up to 100 lines or 750 words on the theme of identity. Poems by writers who do not see their identity represented in traditional or mainstream media are particularly welcomed.
There is a first prize of £200 and a second prize of £100. Winning and shortlisted poems will be published in a Renard Press anthology, and the writers will be invited to take part in an online launch event.
Entry is free.
The closing date is 21 May, which is Diversity Day.
For full information see the website.