|The Model Sushi|
Each poem will be wrapped around one of these model sushi which is made out of recycled materials.
They will then be displayed at the
Village Hall Gallery, 26 Lingfield Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4QD from the 19th - 24th March 2014.
We will be celebrating World Poetry Day on the 21st March 2014 with a big party, so please come along for a glass of wine and a chat.
If you would like to be involved and become a Sushi Laureate then follow the simple instructions below.
FREE to enter.
Send a haiku or short poem (less than 80 Characters in length including spaces) to me, Alban Low, at
email - email@example.com or twitter - @albanart
Include your name and website if you have one.
Deadline - 21st February 2014
We will exhibit all the submissions sent to us for the JawSpring Exhibition.*
They will be exhibited at The Village Hall Gallery, Wimbledon from 19-24th March 2014.
Your name will be included on the website in the Sushi Laureate Page (and a link included to your website).
Your name will appear in the exhibition catalogue and on the sushi.
We want to encourage exhibition visitors to take home your haiku/poem, and live with your work and find out more about you. So we will sell the Sushi Poems for £1, and that money will cover the cost of making the soft-model Sushi.
If you would like to pick up a free Sushi with your poem on it, then come to the exhibition and say hello. It would be great to meet you.
I will endeavour to write a blog post about you and your poem(s), so when you get in touch let me know your Facebook, website and twitter handles so that we can spread the word about you and your work worldwide.
Thank you for entering your haikus and poems.
Get in touch with any questions,
*We reserve the right to reject any poem which is inappropriate in the context of the exhibition and gallery. We are confident of finding a solution and work with the poet if this occurs. In our history of organising these type of open call-outs we have worked with over 1000 participants and have always found a way to exhibit the work entered.