Brown University

International Writers Project Fellowship
Deadline: 
- Check back on December 15 for Upcoming Deadline
E-mail address: 
lori_baker@brown.edu

A fellowship, including a stipend of $45,000, is given annually to an established international poet or fiction writer "who is unable to practice free expression in his or her homeland." The fellowship provides funds for relocation to the United States, living expenses, and an office on the Brown University campus for 10 months. Writers or individuals seeking to nominate a writer may submit at least 10 pages of poetry or prose along with English translations, a case history showing a record of need, a publishing history, a rsum, and two letters of support by February 15. There is no entry fee. E-mail or visit the website for complete guidelines.

Brown University, International Writers Project Fellowship, Literary Arts Department, P.O. Box 1923, Providence, RI 02912. (401) 863-3260. Lori Baker, Contact.

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