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Submissions: Future

June 13, 2015


The current theme for Poetry&Paint is Future. Please follow the submission guidelines. Deadline for both image and text: 31/08/2015 Deadline for text or image only: 31/07/2015 Entries should be sent to Enquiries may be sent to the editor, Carmina Masoliver, at Advertisements

Submissions: Make

July 4, 2014


To make: to cause to exist or happen, to create, to shape, modify, construct, to build, to change from one form or function to another, to assume a specified function or role, to compel, to form in the mind, to compose, to prepare, to set in order, to engage in, to carry out, to perform, […]

Deadline extended

July 28, 2013


  The deadline for the next issue, on the theme of LOST, has been extended to 30th September. We are still looking for writers to submit their work, but at the moment we need two illustrators to respond to some lovely poetry. Email the editor at with your submission. Carmina Masoliver will be facilitating […]

Looking for Lost Visual Artist

June 30, 2013


Poetry&Paint has seen some great submissions of visual art and poetry working together. However, we need to match up our lonely poem, currently hiding ‘Under the Duvet.’ Let the Rehan Qayoom’s words come alive with your visual depictions. Send your responses to the editor at: Under the Duvet Last night I wrote a poem […]

Submissions Open for Issue Three

June 19, 2013


When from a long-distant past nothing subsists, after the people are dead, after the things are broken and scattered, still, alone, more fragile, but with more vitality, more unsubstantial, more persistent, more faithful, the smell and taste of things remain poised a long time, like souls, ready to remind us, waiting and hoping for their […]

Siobhan Belingy Submission: Call for Response from Writers

May 31, 2013


Call for Writers to Respond to Lydia Martin’s Submission

May 26, 2013


Above is just one image from Lydia Martin’s submission on the theme of ‘weather’ for Poetry&Paint. Now we need a writer to respond to all four beautiful images. So, whether you think this work is hankering for a haiku, or perfect for a pantoum, send an email along to the editor at After expressing […]