Emerging Māori Writer in Residence
Victoria University of Wellington
Closing Date : 25 Nov 2019
Victoria University / Creative New Zealand Emerging Māori Writer in Residence 2020 position with the International Institute of Modern Letters, Kelburn Campus.
Exciting new opportunity for emerging Māori writers in Aotearoa!
Applications are invited from Māori writers in all areas of literary activity, including drama, fiction and poetry (page and performance), devised performance, creative non-fiction, graphic novels, etc.
Spend three months working on your latest project with backing from Victoria University of Wellington’s renowned creative writing school and Creative New Zealand.
There is a writer’s stipend of $15,000, a space to write and creative support. This is open to writers across all genres and runs during the second half of 2020.
Further enquiries may be made to Katie Hardwick-Smith, International Institute of Modern Letters, Ph: 04 4636854 or email email@example.com.
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