Sunday Submissions: Jack Jones Literary Arts ‘Arab Women/Migrants from the Middle East Fellowship’

Please read the eligibility guidelines carefully. The application deadline is Sunday April 1, 2018 midnight/PST and recommendation letters need to be received by April 1, 2018 midnight/PST. No tax documentation is necessary if you do not make it to the final round. The retreat is open exclusively to women of color, and there is a scholarship opportunity for Arab women:
The two-week retreat is set for October 13- 27, 2018, and Jenna Wortham   will be the official writer-in-residence. For fellowships that require income verification, you will need to provide your tax documentation once you are a finalist. One fellowship has been set aside to cover “the full retreat attendance rate for an Arab woman/   woman of the Middle East writing prose.” This fellowship includes a $500 travel stipend. The residencies are open to “professional and emerging women writers of color at work on book projects.” They add: “Women with and without MFAs are eligible, and graduate students who are currently enrolled in a degree program are now eligible to apply for a fellowship.”
Applicants must include a project proposal, a reference, and a writing sample. Moreover, they write:
We are pleased to offer seventeen fully-funded scholarship opportunities. Jack Jones Literary Arts is hosting its second annual two-week writing retreat at Blue Sky Retreat in Taos, New Mexico, set to be held in the middle of August. Advertisements

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