The National Arts Council (Singapore) and the National Centre for Writing (UK) are pleased to jointly offer fully-paid residency awards for up to one literary writer and one literary translator in 2020.
The Writers’ Residency will commence in June 2020, and the Translators’ Residency will commence in July 2020.
The deadline for applications is Friday 10 April, 2020.
Ulyanovsk City of Literature is thrilled to announce the open call for their International Literary Residence 2020! This year, applications are accepted not only from writers but also from artists involved in literary projects, from the UNESCO Literary Cities Network.
September 1-30, 2020 (one resident).
The deadline for applications is Thursday 30 April, 2020.
We are offering two week-long residencies at Dragon Hall for a UK-based literary translator or translator-writer pair working with a diaspora or heritage language, with the support of the Francis W Reckitt Trust. These residencies will take place in August 2020.
We host writers and translators in our cottage at Dragon Hall. The cottage is a small house attached to the main Dragon Hall building. Downstairs it has a sitting room, study, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs there are two bedrooms. Writers and translators in residence may also have access to additional writing space within the main Dragon hall building. Outside the cottage there is a small terrace leading to the Dragon Hall garden.
Translators or writer-translator pairs wishing to apply for the residency should send their application to email@example.com.
Each applicant should send a CV and a covering letter explaining why you wish to take part in the residency, what you will bring to it and what you hope to get out of it, as well as a description of the manuscript or project on which you will work.
The deadline for applications is Friday 1 May 2020, and the successful applicant will be informed by the end of May 2020.