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Poetry submissions: Dear Dylan

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Indigo Dreams' forthcoming anthology invites poems and letters inspired by Dylan Thomas

Dear Dylan, An anthology after Dylan Thomas, will be published by Indigo Dreams in May 2020, edited by Anna Saunders. Submissions are invited of one poem inspired by Dylan, and one letter to Dylan.

Poems should celebrate, not pastiche, Dylan Thomas, and show engagement with his work. They may be in any style or form. The accompanying letters should be written to Dylan.

The closing date to submit is 30 September.

For full details see the website.

 

How does a poetry anthology get put together? Read Ana Sampson, editor of She is Fierce, on the art of anthologising.

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