In Competition No. 2499 you were invited to submit a poem eulogising a pet.
In Competition No. 2498 you were invited to submit a speech by one of our newly ‘emotional literate’ politicians
In Competition no. 2497 you were invited to take a famous love scene from literature and recast it in the style of Barbara Cartland, Jilly Cooper or Mills & Boon.
In Competition no. 2496 you were invited to submit a short story whose final line is ‘Sir, when I heard of him last he was running about town shooting cats.’
In Competition 2495 you were invited to submit a poem establishing the principles of a new religion
In competition no. 2494 you were invited to submit a poem written by a hypochondriac about a minor ailment.
In Competition no. 2493 you were invited to take a famous scene from literature and retell it from the point of view of one of its minor characters.
In competition No. 2492 you were invited to write a piece of prose entitled ‘Irritable Vowel Syndrome’, without using the letter ‘u’.
In Competition No. 2491 you were invited to submit a piece of prose describing what happens when you wake up one morning to find yourself transformed into an insect but not a beetle
In Competition No. 2490 you were invited to give an account of the life of a historical figure condensed into seven days.
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