Loud Voices Silent Streets – Writing Challenges

Loud Voices Silent Streets are looking for writers to take part in and submit pieces to their upcoming writing challenges.

Loud Voices Silent Streets are a production company and worldwide artistic community that value the importance of all writers being able to tell their own stories.

They have opened submissions and applications for the following writing challenges:

Just an Illusion

They are wanting writers to submit a poem, monologue or spoken word poem on the theme of illusion. It can be about anything but must link to illusion in some way. The piece must be no longer than six minutes. Writers will be given the opportunity to have their pieces performed and released across the Loud Voices Silent Streets social media pages after the deadline.

Please submit your piece, name and age to loudvoicessilentstreets@gmail.com

28 Days of Stories

They are looking for writers to take part in their writing challenge ’28 Days of Stories’. At 9am every day in February writers will be given a different prompt, they will then have until midnight of the same day to write a nine-line poem or monologue. Writers can take part in as many or as little prompts as they wish. Writers will be given the opportunity to have their pieces performed and released across the Loud Voices Silent Streets social media pages after the deadline.

To apply please email your contact details, name and age to loudvoicessilentstreets@gmail.com

These opportunities are open to writers of all ages and experience.

For further information go to the Loud Voices Silent Streets website

Deadline for both opportunities: Midnight 30th January 2021

Source: BBC Writersroom

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