Wednesday, 6 August 2014
New Roscommon Writing Award 2014 - Deadline: 30th September 2014
The New Roscommon Writing Award 2014
The New Roscommon Writing Award 2014 is organised by the Roscommon Writer-in-Residence scheme, which is funded by Roscommon County Council and The Arts Council and supported by the Roscommon Herald, the Roscommon Peopleand Shannonside FM.
The winner will receive a prize of €500 and will have their winning entry printed in the 'Roscommon Herald' and the 'Roscommon People'. It will also be broadcast on Shannonside FM. (Four runners-up will receive €50 each)
The competition will be judged by Roscommon born poet, Jane Clarke. The judge's decision is final.
Post your entry to: New Roscommon Writing Award 2014, Roscommon Library, Roscommon Town, Ireland.
You may also email your entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Title your email 'New Roscommon Writing Award 2014'.
Closing date for entries is Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Full competition guidelines can be downloaded here.
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