This week’s Word of the Week aka WOtW is thrumble which means ‘Make one’s way by pushing or jostling; push, jostle’ (The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary). You now have one week to produce a creative thrumble.
We’re looking for images that reflect the meaning of thrumble – be as tangential and inventive as you like. Post your image to:
EITHER: The Urban Flash group on Flickr and use the tag WOTW2
OR: Instagram using the hashtag #tpro_ldn_wotw2.
Write a piece of fiction, non-fiction or poetry (maximum 250 words) that includes the word thrumble. Paste the story into the body of an email and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re looking for a real challenge, submit a story using just 133 characters via Twitter using the hashtag #pr17w2.
The WOtW challenge is the warm-up for our forthcoming Urban Flash competition where words and images will collide to create a new collaborative, creative universe. Each week, we’ll be finding a word and inviting participants to submit their interpretation of that word either photographically or textually. We’ll be featuring our favourites on the TPRoL website and we’re holding a monthly prize draw. January’s winners will receive a signed copy of Geoff Nicholson’s The London Complaint: A Celebration of the Capital’s Maladies.
Copyright remains with the author/photographer at all times. By entering the WOtW competition, you agree that TPRoL reserves the right to use the content on its website.