RiverWork: A Writing Competition About the Virgin River

Local non-profits FormTommorow and Zion Arts and Humanities Council (Z-Arts!) are co-sponsoring a writing contest for authors of all ages who live or work in the Virgin River Corridor and/or Washington County. Entitled “RiverWork,” the contest encourages everyone with a knack for the written word to reflect upon the relationships surrounding the Virgin River and compose something moving, convincing, and/or simply beautiful to move the conversation (and conservation?) forward. Nice idea, right? And the prizes are good: $250 for adult winners and $150 for young adult and youth winners.

If interested, download the contest details and rules, pick up a pen or composition machine of your choice, and start cracking! Submissions are due by May 21, 2012.

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