March 9 is the preferential due date to apply for the limited number of fee-remission assistantships at Taleamor Park artists’ residency. Taleamor Park offers two-week and longer residencies in an 1854 Italianate farmhouse on a scenic farm near Chicago and Lake Michigan. Residents live in a lovely 1854 Italianate farmhouse that has four private air-conditioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, two kitchens, a laundry room, two common rooms, a library, a writing nook, […]
UNO Writing Workshops Abroad is offering a month-long program in Cork, Ireland this summer, with courses in creative writing, literature, theater, film, and communications. They also offer an intimate poetry program at Ezra Pound’s former home, Brunnenburg Castle, in the Italian Alps. Both programs accept graduate and undergraduate students from around the country.
“Law & Critical Social Justice” Study Abroad in Berlin The program is an American Bar Association approved program, but invites select undergraduate and graduate students outside of the College of Law to participate. Students will take two courses on Intersectionality & Human Rights and History, Memory & Law for 8 LAS credits. You are invited to […]
Sign up for a three-week intensive seminar in writing and translating poetry! The instructors are Janet Holmes and Clyde Moneyhun, from the MFA program at Boise State University. Jane is a prolific poet and editor of the award-winning Ahsahta Press. Clyde is a translator of contemporary Catalan and Spanish poetry. The seminar will be taught […]
The Chippewa Valley Writers Guild is pleased to partner with Cirenaica for their second year of summer residencies! Nestled on 43 acres of hills, farmland, and forest near the quaint village of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, their residencies promise participants of all levels and genres an intensive yet rejuvenating experience amidst an inspiring backdrop. The first […]
The Oxford American is now offering a literary fellowship designed to support the writing of a debut book of creative nonfiction. the fellowship offers the winner a $10,000 living stipend, housing, and an editorial apprenticeship with the Oxford American toward a nine-month residency in the thriving creative community of Central Arkansas in Little Rock. Complete […]
Tent: Creative Writing is a free week of workshops, literary seminars, and conversations for twenty writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for writers curious about connections between Jewishness and contemporary culture. The program runs July 16-23, and will be lead by Sam Lipsyte (ficiton), Lisa Olstein (poetry), and Eileen Pollack (nonfiction). Those interested must submit […]
The deadline to apply for scholarships to the Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference is approaching! Official conference applications are due May 1, but scholarship applications are due February 20. The conference takes place this summer June 19-25, at Bemidji State University in small town northern Minnesota. The conference fee is $550, however, several $300 scholarships will be awarded based upon […]
The Summer Literary Seminars (SLS) are now open for submissions to their 2017 contests in fiction and poetry. The contests offer writers and opportunity to win full funding for SLS programs in Georgia and Kenya as well as publication in Fence Magazine. The entry fee is $17 and the deadline is February 28. Find out more and apply […]
The Armagh Project from ieiMedia offers students to study creative writing in the beautiful town in Northern Ireland from July 2 to July 30. Students learn and practice skills in their chosen field while sharing with each other through travel, readings, class activities and guest speakers. Students have classes at the AmmA Centre, a technologically […]
The Think-Write-Publish Science and Religion Project is currently offering twelve $10,000 two-year fellowships. Fellows participate in three intensive workshops focusing on developing, writing, marketing, and publishing their creative nonficiton stories about harmonies between science and religion. Applications are due Sunday, May 15th, find full details here.
Applications are due on April 22 for the 2016 Mailer Poetry Fellowship. Hosted by The Norman Mailer Center and The Norman Mailer Writers Colony, the fellowship this year will take place July 9 to July 31 at the prestigious Pepperdine University campus in Malibu, California. To find out more, visit the fellowships website, and find full […]