A tweet of inspiration could win three people a place on an invitation only masterclass in Falmouth with critically acclaimed poet Luke Wright.
The toast of Edinburgh Fringe with sell-out shows and lots of festivals to his name, Wright has played to sell out venues.
He is a highlight at Port Eliot Festival and will be performing his latest show Your New Favourite Poet for the first time in Cornwall on April 4, at the Poly in Falmouth.
Penryn-based writing agency Stranger Collection has organised the workshop the following day from 10am until 1pm for its writers, clients and friends.
Clare Howdle, founding partner of Stranger Collective, said: "we're always on the look out for ways to feed our creativity and inform our work, keeping it fresh and original, so when Luke told us he was coming down we thought it was an opportunity to good to miss.
"We planned to invite our writers and a handful of other creative thinkers we know but now we want to cast the net wider – so some of Cornwall's bright talents get to benefit too. That's what the competition is all about."
He will work closely with everyone in the group to inspire, stimulate and entertain – sharing his knowledge, skills and getting creative juices well and truly flowing.
To be in with a shot of getting a spot, simply tweet @strangerfeed with some words that inspire you.
It could be a quote from a film, book or speech, a conversation you had or heard, or even just something your grandma used to say.
Together with Luke, the Stranger Collective team will choose three of the best and direct message the winners to arrange the details.