Photo of an open book standing on a table. Inside on the left page is a segment of 'Lines to a Critic' by P.B. Shelley. Drawn over the top of this is a man chopping wood, with a scroll of paper rolled up and stuck into the page so that it sticks out where the man's hand is. The right side of the book is hollowed out and filled with tiny rolled up scrolls of paper stacked on top of one of each other and sticking out.

August challenge #2: How-to poetry

In our second August challenge of 2019 former Foyle Young Poet Fiyinfoluwa Oladipo challenges young poets to write a poem in the form of a how-to guide… This challenge is now closed. Congratulations to the winners, whose poems you can read in the sidebar. Congratulations, too, to the longlisted poets whose work impressed the judge, […]