Ariadne’s Thread poetry competition

Maze cr Judy DarleyAriadne’s Thread literary magazine are inviting entries for their poetry competition, with a closing date of midnight on Friday 31 October 2014 (GMT).

Your entry may be on any subject and in any style or form. You can submit up to five poems per entry but are allowed to submit any number of separate entries.

Each poem must be no more than 120 lines long, but can be as short as you like, and the title is not included in the word count. Lines between text and stanzas are not counted either.

The top prize is a hefty £600 – up from £300 in 2013!

The fee is £4 per entry (just £3 for subscribers).

Find full details of this writing competition here.

In case you were wondering, in Greek mythology Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos, and her thread helped Theseus to find his way out of the Minotaur’s labyrinth. Just saying…