University of Texas

Dobie Paisano Fellowships
Deadline: 
- Check back on December 15 for Upcoming Deadline
E-mail address: 
gbarton@austin.utexas.edu

Two residencies, cosponsored by the Texas Institute of Letters, at a rural retreat west of Austin are given annually to writers who are native Texans, have lived in Texas for at least three years, or who have published significant work with a Texas subject. The six-month Jesse H. Jones Writing Fellowship is given to a writer in any stage of his or her career and includes a grant of $18,000. The four-month Ralph A. Johnston Memorial Fellowship is given to a writer who has demonstrated "publishing and critical success" and includes a grant of $25,000. Submit three copies of a poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction manuscript of up to 50 pages with a $20 entry fee ($30 for both competitions) by January 15. Visit the website for the required entry form and complete guidelines.

University of Texas, Dobie Paisano Fellowships, The Graduate School, 1 University Station, Mail Stop G0400, Austin, TX 78712. Gwen Barton, Contact.

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