Submissions for 2023 International Proverse Prize and Proverse Poetry Prize are OPEN!
Our 2023 Proverse Spring Reception was held 27 April at the Helena May and we can’t wait for the next one! The 2023 Proverse Autumn Reception will take place in November where the semi finalists of the Proverse Prize 2023 and winners of the Proverse Poetry Prize 2023 will be announced! Submissions opened 7 May…
Proverse Spring Reception 2023
Thanks to everyone who attended and supported our 2023 Proverse Spring Reception at the Helena May 27 April! The poetry readings by some of the poets published in Mingled Voices 7: Proverse Poetry Prize Anthology 2022 and speeches by 2022 Proverse Prize finalists (the winners will be announced at our 2023 Autumn Reception) were spellbinding.…
Mingled Voices 7 Launching Proverse Spring Reception 27 April 2023
The winners of the 2022 Proverse Poetry Prize were announced at our Autumn Reception at the Helena May in November. Our anthology of winning entries Mingled Voices 7 will be among the books launched at our Spring Reception at the Helena May 27 April 2023. The book has just landed on Chinese University Press, Amazon and Goodreads. You can…
2023 Proverse Prize and Proverse Poetry Prize Open for Entries 7 May!
Our annual International Proverse Prize for unpublished book-length works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry collections and International Proverse Poetry Prize for Single Poems open for entries 7 May 2023! With cash prizes and the opportunity to see your unpublished books published (single poems are also published in our Mingled Voices anthology series) you do not…
Proverse has had a Facelift!
We’ve been putting it off for years, but Proverse has finally removed its face mask, studied its reflection and opted for a full facelift! We hope you enjoy browsing our new site! Please subscribe below to make sure you don’t miss out on our latest books, literary events and prizes!
Photography by Kasra Shroff
Proverse loves unearthing emerging talent of all ages. Kasra ‘Kaz’ Shroff is an aspiring filmmaker, photographer and the nephew of one of our poets. He’s a student at KGV, where he won a Middle School competition, aged 12, for his photograph of the hands of the oldest and youngest members of his family. Kaz’s photograph ‘Hong Kong Storm‘…