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Greywood Arts Winter Writing Residency Competition

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Competition Deadline: October 15th 2017

Greywood Arts is delighted to announce our new Winter Writing Residency Award, a competition to win a one-week residency between January and April 2018. We would be grateful if you could help us spread the word and share the following with your community:

Writers of short stories, plays and poetry are invited to submit unpublished works to Greywood Arts new Winter Writing Residency Award. An author from each category will be awarded cosy self-catering accommodation and private workspace overlooking the Dissour River. At the end of each residency Greywood Arts will host an intimate reading in our library where writers can share their work.

Information at: www.greywoodarts.org
Direct link: https://greywoodarts.wordpress.com/winter-writing-residency-award/

Short Story

Prize: One-week residency and fireside reading in the Greywood Arts library.
To be scheduled between January and April 2018.
Submit unpublished work (1 story, 1 play, or up to 3 poems) to create@greywoodarts.org

Deadline: October 15th
Notification: November 1st
Submission fee: 10€ payable by Paypal
You will receive an invoice via Paypal upon receipt of your submission.

Greywood Arts is a multidisciplinary artists’ residency space in a Georgian home in Killeagh, Co. Cork, Ireland. Recently renovated for modern comfort, the 1767 building has a rich history. Initially built by a tenant of the English aristocracy, the house later became an RIC Barrack, a sawmill, and a guesthouse. Situated on just over an acre alongside the River Dissour, the house provides a quiet retreat. Its village centre location allows convenient access to local amenities and is adjacent Glenbower Wood.

The fine print: One entry per author. Travel expenses are the responsibility of the writer, however we can arrange transportation between Cork City and Killeagh.

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