Monday, 21 July 2014
The Writers' center and the Jack Harte Bursary
We are delighted to announce the Jack Harte Bursary awarded by the Irish Writers Centre in association with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre.
The Irish Writers Centre and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig have come together to offer a two-week fully resourced Writer-in-Residence Bursary to take place in spring 2015. The award is named in honour of Jack Harte, founder of the Irish Writers Centre, in celebration and acknowledgement of his contribution to Irish literature.
Who Can Apply:
This is an open call to writers resident in Ireland with a proven track record and at least one book of fiction or short stories published by a recognised publisher.
How to Apply:
Applications are accepted by email only to email@example.com . Please include:
A cover letter including your personal details and statement of artistic intent, clearly and concisely outlining the project you would like to focus on during your time at Annaghmakerrig
An updated Curriculum Vitae (max. two A4 pages) including publications with ISBNs.
Clearly labelled samples of recent work (up to three short samples of up to 300 words).
Any relevant information on your proposed project such as written excerpts, photos, research information, etc.
26 September, 2014 at 5pm. No late applications will be considered. Applications will be acknowledged by email on receipt.
Applications go before a selection committee of the Board of the Irish Writers Centre and a nominee of the Tyrone Guthrie Centre. The successful applicant will be notified by letter no later than November 7, 2014. The recipient of the bursary will be publicly announced by Jack Harte at a celebration event on Thursday 4 December at the Irish Writers’ Centre.For all other queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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