Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Liberty

This free to enter writing competition is for the Keats-Shelley Prize of £3,000. To enter you'll need to write a poem about Liberty, or an essay about the romantics and their circles (or both - you can submit two of each.)

To be honest, I'm not absolutely sure I understand the question, so I'll be sticking with romance, rather than romantics.

Are you familiar with the hymn, or in possesion of interesting facts about Keats or Shelley?

6 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Liberty and romance - odd combination.

Mark Noce said...

Wow, that's a generous prize. But who doesn't love Keats and Shelly? :)

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Patsy - love the rose! To write a poem that both Keats and Shelley excelled at ... seems a little stress making - I'll stay grounded and smell the roses instead! Cheers Hilary

Patsy said...

I've seen odder competitions, Alex. (Is odder a word?)

Patsy said...

Me? I don't doubt their talent, but they're not my first choice of reading material.

Patsy said...

I'm going to do the same, Hilary.