£200 up for grabs in the Holland Park Press Political Poetry competition.
TO enter your poem it must be about any aspect of politics. It can be about international politics or instead be about something political much more closer to home. For example, you can address politics and religion, or the political aspects of war. The poem can be about civil liberties or threats against them, about social injustices, or even about the politics of the use of certain words or language.
They accept poems from authors of all nationalities and based anywhere in the world – one poem per entrant.
The winning poem and runners-ip will be published in Holland Park press online magazine.
For details of how to submit see POLITICAL POETRY CONTEST.