The competition is open to students in public and private schools and to adults.
The Arts Council of Lincoln County is holding its annual Flo Robinson Literary Competition. The trustees of Mrs. Robinson's estate established this competition to memorialize her lifelong interest in poetry and prose and to encourage writers to pursue excellence in their craft.
Poetry Entries: one per person, on any subject, in any style, free verse, blank verse, or rhymed and should be limited to 32 lines or less.
Prose Entries: one per person, an essay or short story on any subject, limited to approximately 750 words.
Entries in prose and poetry must be titled, original, unpublished, and must never have won a cash award before.
The competition is open to students in public and private schools and to adults. All entrants must be present or past residents of Lincoln County. Each school is asked the screen is entries and must submit only the best works. Student entries must come through the school.