Join Lara Pawson at The Harrison.

 

It’s time to spring into action! Submit your prose or poetry for selection at the next exciting MIRLive event, headlined by Lara Pawson, war reporter and author of the compelling, fragmentary autobiography, “This is the Place to be.” The event takes place on Monday 5th February at 7.30pm at The Harrison, King’s Cross. If you would like the opportunity to read your work on stage alongside this impressive author, please submit your piece by 26th January.

Please submit your work using the form below.

More about MIRLive here

Submission Guidelines

  • Any UK based author can submit work for consideration.
  • You can submit poetry, prose, plays, anything that you feel fits the theme.
  • You may submit 1500 words of prose, 150 lines of poetry, or 5 minutes worth of alternative material
  • Work for this event should either be creative non-fiction or based on your real life experience, interpret that as you will

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  • Submissions should be unpublished.
  • The MIROnline team will decide which submissions to select and the running order of the night.

No editorial input will be provided.
  • Work will be selected as it stands.
  • You will be advised whether your submission has been selected at least one week before the event.
  • Submissions should be uploaded using the form below

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Your Submission - Work is read anonymously so please don't put your name anywhere on your submission. If you have any issues submitting, give us an email at editor@mironline.org





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