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APPLY—The Muses & Melanin Fellowship for California Black Women Creative Writers

July 5

Free

FELLOWSHIP DEADLINE—The Muses & Melanin Fellowship for California Black Women Creative Writers is a supportive, virtual, fully funded eight-month cohort-based professional development program for 30 talented California African American, Afro Latina, and multiracial women creative writers of the African diaspora who aspire to become professional authors.

The fellowship is designed for women who do not yet have a lengthy list of publishing credits, are not under a publishing contract, do not have literary agent representation, and do not have a doctoral degree in English, Creative Writing, or Literature (a Master’s degree in these subjects is fine, such as an MFA or MA). A Bachelor’s degree is required.

Deadline: July 5, 2024 6 pm PT

Learn more details about the Fellowship Program and apply at https://forms.gle/eP5KHEVD3S4AQY7h9.

Details

Date:
July 5
Cost:
Free
Grant Line:
Website:
https://forms.gle/eP5KHEVD3S4AQY7h9.

Venue

Virtual
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