Budding writers have just over a week left to enter the Rennie Grove Rhyme and Reason competition.
The contest culminates in an anthology which is sold to raise funds for the hospice care charity every year. Stories up to 400 words, or poems of up to 20 lines, can be submitted before Sunday, June 1.
Poet Claire Trévien, author of Low-Tide Lottery (Salt, 2011) and The Shipwrecked House (Penned in the Margins, 2013), will judge this year’s competition. Claire’s poems have appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers and anthologies.