Time and Tide wait for no man, and no woman, neither. Summer Solstice approaches and with it the deadline for submissions to this year’s festival and anthology.
That’s the 21st June, people. One minute to midnight.
We are looking for an historical slant on life on, or by, the sea. and don’t forget that Time and Tide was the name of the Suffragette magazine, so we want to be overwhelmed by how cleverly you weave that in to your work. submit here
2000 words max no minimum. stories and poems.
Songs (original to the performer or traditional only) and poem films (film poems?) max five mins.
We want unusual voices, and we about diversity, so tell all your friends to get writing too, we need a lot of material, so don’t keep it to yourselves. submit here
We have sites in England, Scotland, Wales and Portugal. I know. Overseas. If you are a musician you need to be near one of the sites, everyone else, anywhere in the world.
To get you in the mood, here’s a video of a poem from last year’s Noon, being read last week at this year’s Brockley Max festival.
Laila Sumpton reads her poem, Mad Dogs and Englishmen at the Brockley Brewery