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The return of The London Society writing competition sponsored by Almacantar – open to all. Write a ‘Love Letter to London’ and you could win £500.
There are many (who should know better) that talk our city down; celebrate this wonderful place and write a ‘Love Letter to London’.
Once again The London Society aims to celebrate the city in all its life, charm, and mystery, with a free-to-enter writing competition “Love Letters to London”. We want Londoners – as well as non-Londoners who wish to celebrate this place – to tell us why they love the city. Write us up to 500 words around the theme of “making connections”.
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Entries can have been published elsewhere, but must fit the brief and have been written in 2022.
We’re biased, but we believe London is the greatest city in the world. It is the nation’s capital, but woven from hundreds of separate communities; the economic powerhouse of the UK with a richly diverse demographic. It has an amazing history, but is constantly evolving; it offers world class art, music, theatre and other live performances. It is ‘home’ to nine million people but attracts dozens of millions more each year as visitors.
To fit with The London Society motto of ‘valuing the past; looking to the future’, entrants can write on any aspect of London’s past, present or future. It might be reportage, an historical essay, a ‘think piece’, a spot of futurology, a work of fiction, a poem. We are open to all forms and styles.
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