All the competition entries have been collated and will shortly be in the hands of the judges. Entries have been received from all over the United Kingdom, and also from Poland, the USA, India, the Netherlands, Ireland, Israel, France, Italy, Canada, South Africa, Germany, New Zealand, Nigeria, and Mauritius. The most popular painting chosen for poetic interpretation was No.10, shown above.
Meanwhile, here’s some other news.
Lesley Haycock and Victoria Devaney are moving Aval-Ballan to new premises in Balbirnie Craft Centre, Markinch, Fife. If you’re in Scotland during the weekend of 1st and 2nd June, why not drop in to their Open Day. Follow their blog here.
Marie Marshall’s brand new collection of never-seen-before poems, I am not a fish, has now been published by Oversteps Books. There are short stories, articles, essays, occasional poems, and snippets of news on her blog – worth scrolling back to find some jems.