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The Studios at MASS MoCA : A Residency/Workshop for Writers

The Studios at MASS MoCA, a residency/workshop for writers, with Jeffrey Levine, Jim Schley, Lawrence Raab, and Carol Ann Davis of Tupelo Press April 21 – April 27, 2017 Registration: $1,500 Three $400 scholarships are available An extraordinary week of writing and learning in an extraordinary place — tuition includes your own studio with 24/7 […]

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2016-2017 Poets Out Loud Prize

Ends on December 1, 2016 WE HAVE EXTENDED OUR DEADLINE. WE WILL NOW BE ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS THROUGH DECEMBER 1, 2016 at 11:59pm. Please note that this year we are accepting manuscripts online only. Contest is open to poets with or without previous book-length publication. Volumes by two winners will be published by Fordham University Press: 1) The POL Prize, […]

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Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize in Poetry

The Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize (formerly the Lexi Rudnitsky Poetry Prize) is a collaboration between Persea Books and The Lexi Rudnitsky Poetry Project.  This annual competition sponsors the publication of a poetry collection by a woman who has yet to publish a full-length poetry book. The winner receives an advance of $1,000.00 and publication […]

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Guernica Fellowship Program

https://guernicamagazine.submittable.com/submit/64351 Straight from the source: We are pleased to announce that Guernica is looking for applicants to join its inaugural Fellowship class. The program aims to provide deep training in magazine editing and production, coupled with opportunities to work on a dedicated writing or multimedia project with an editor-mentor. Up to five emerging writers, editors […]

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CultureStrike Climate and Environmental Justice Literary Fellowship

Seeking journalists, creative writers, and poets to develop stories and reporting projects related to climate change and migration Application Deadline: August 15, 2016 http://www.culturestrike.org/release/request-applications-culturestrike-climate-and-environmental-justice-literary-fellowship CultureStrike is a migrant-led organization that works with a national network of artists to change public sentiment around migration including climate change and forced displacement. We believe that art is critical […]

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Dalkey Archive Press Fellowship

Dalkey Archive Press is offering a Fellowship that will combine intensive study and experience in publishing and literary translation. The Fellow will gain experience in several areas of publishing while also learning how to edit translations, provide sample translations, work with authors and agents, and scout for works to be considered for publication. Applications are […]

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The Kenyon Review Writers Workshops

Looking for a supplement to your MFA experience?  You might try The Writers Workshops Program from the Kenyon Review!  It’s a little on the pricey side, but for that price you get to spend a full *uninterrupted* week in one of the most beautiful places in the Midwest just going to workshop in the morning […]

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Announcing the 2015-2016 LAHM writers-in-residence

We’re delighted to post this great news from Louis Armstrong House Museum Residency: Please join me in congratulating our 2015-2016 Louis Armstrong House Museum writers-in-residency Mary Catherine Ford and Jasper Lo. We are excited to welcome them aboard and look forward to the work they will produce over the course of the next several months. […]

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MFA student Andre Degas wins a NYSCA Award in Film & Media!

MFA student Andre Degas (Playwriting) won a New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) grant for his film The Race “the story of Egyptian immigrants in New York City, the racial prejudices they face, and the deep mistrust they encounter in the community.”  Find out more about Andre’s film, and all the current grant winners, […]

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ALTA Mentorships for Emerging Translators

Interesting in being a legit translator?  You’re lucky that you go to one of the few MFA programs in the country with a Literary Translation track. But what if you’re looking for additional help?  (Or you don’t go to QCMFA, but you follow this blog because you’re cool?)  The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) is […]

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