3 Aug 2019

Lennox Robinson Award 100 Word Flash Fiction Award 2019

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The closing date for the Cllr Kieran McCarthy Lennox Robinson 100 Word flash fiction Award 2019 has been extended to 31 August due to the interest from writers all over Ireland.
The award aims to remember the Douglas born playwright  and Abbey Theatre director Lennox Robinson who spent his formative years living in Ballymoney House near Ballineen in County Cork.
The 100 word short story has to be linked in some way to the work of Lennox Robinson who was one of  Ireland’s leading cultural figures.
The Award is open to writers both nationally and internationally. Submissions remain open until 31st August 2019 There is no entry fee and submissions, not more than 100 words must be emailed to douglaswriters1@gmail.com.
Ronnie McGinn, chairman of the Douglas Writers the event organisors said today that a short list will be published at the end of September.
The 100 euro prize will be presented to the winner by Cllr MacCarthy at a special event in the Douglas Library on Thursday 17th October 2019. 

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