During this time isolated we know many of you have tried your hand at some creative writing. Many of you have been following the classes each week with Creative coach and published poet Anne Tannam.
We are calling on all budding authors, poets and creative writers of all ages to enter our competition now while Holding It Together Apart .
For our creative writing competition, we are seeking poems and short stories or any short piece of creative writing to enter our competition.
Each week our judges will shortlist the entries and the winners will be chosen with a €50 One4All Voucher and Books on the Green, Sandymount voucher up for grabs.
Selected winning entries will be narrated on a recording on our social media by some Irish celebrities working with us.
We shall award the winning categories each Tuesday and these will be posted on all our social media pages and on our website
(We ask that all entries are no longer than 1000 words and that children enter their own work. If you wish to re-enter the competition, please submit new pieces)
The categories are as follows:
New and budding writers that have been published
First time writers that haven’t been published.
Please send your entry on a word document with a short description of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to reading all your creative writing.
We are delighted to celebrate this month with new recordings especially for HIT|A by some of our celebrity partners reading their favourite literature.
In the video below, Anne Doyle narrates a poem by Patrick Kavanagh 'Lines On A Seat On The Grand Canal, Dublin.'
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