Submit manuscripts to the Creative Writing Office, Padelford Hall B-25. Deadline: March 1, 2019 unless otherwise indicated in the description.
the award is based on demonstrated talent in creative writing, academic standing, and, between applicants of equal rank in the foregoing criteria, financial need.
Full-time Sophomore and Junior English Majors only may apply.
Apply for a Distinguished Artist Award in Creative Writing This award may be used for up to two semesters of off-campus study at programs approved by Hope College (this includes both international and domestic programs). This scholarship, in combination with other resources (such as scholarships, grants, Veterans Benefits or employer-provided tuition benefits), may not exceed your Cost of Attendance (as determined by the college) for any given award year.
If you lose your scholarship for any semester(s) due to such circumstances as a non-qualifying GPA, resources exceeding Cost of Attendance, a third semester of off-campus study or temporary enrollment at another institution, these semesters of eligibility are forfeited and not available for use at a later time.
It has been a summer of big changes in the English Department.
We’ve said a fond goodbye to retiring professors Beth Trembley and Dianne Portfleet, we’ve regretfully seen Prof.
If no requirements are listed in the description above, please follow these guidelines: 2-3 short stories or works of creative nonfiction or a novel excerpt (up to 30 pages/9,000 words).
If you are excerpting from a longer work, please provide a synopsis of the whole. AUTHOR'S NAME SHOULD NOT APPEAR ON THE CREATIVE WRITING SAMPLE FOR ANY AWARD.
The Bachelors of Fine Arts program at Penn State Behrend is the only undergraduate creative writing major in the Penn State system, and one of only a handful of such programs in the region. Two Sonnenberg Awards will be awarded for poetry, and two Smith Scholarships will be awarded for fiction. You also will be able to consult with and hear presentations from celebrated visiting writers and participate in a variety of other on-campus literary events.
In its existence, it has graduated writers who are finding success placing their work with publishers, earning fellowships and assistantships at top-notch graduate writing programs, and building careers in publishing, editing, higher education, and other related fields. in Creative Writing Program can apply for four different 0 scholarships/awards made possible by the Kenneth J.