Apply for the Tejumola Olaniyan Creative Writers-in-Residence Fellowship

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February 9, 2022

The Africa Institute is organizing the Tejumola Olaniyan Creative Writers-in-Residence Fellowship. If you are a creative writer in need of a fellowship, you can apply for this mentioned fellowship.

Check other Details and the Eligibility Criteria for more information regarding this fellowship.

Sponsoring Agency: The Africa Institute 

Type of Fund: Fellowship

Deadline: February 28, 2022

Details:

The Africa Institute, as part of its African Languages and Translation Program, announces the Tejumola Olaniyan Creative Writers-in-Residence Fellowship. This residency program is created in honor of the late Nigerian Professor Tejumola Olaniyan and his remarkable intellectual legacy in the field of African literature and critical theory. The residency program welcomes applications from creative writers including novelists, short story writers, playwrights, poets, and scriptwriters related to Africa and the African diaspora for a grant of 45,000 AED in total.

The proposed project can be in Arabic or English (other languages will be considered). The residency invites recipients to Sharjah, UAE for a period of three months to complete their work.

Recipients will have the opportunity to publish their texts through The Africa Institute’s publications program. Projects relating to theatre and film scripts can also be published as texts or receive support in facilitating productions.

The project could be new or a work-in-progress and should be feasible for completion within the timeframe of the residency.

All applications will be reviewed by The Africa Institute through a committee of peers of well-known writers. Three recipients will be chosen based on the quality of their proposal, and the demonstrated feasibility of completion within the timeframe of the residency.

Eligibility Criteria

The residency program welcomes applications from creative writers including novelists, short story writers, playwrights, poets, and scriptwriters related to Africa and the African diaspora.

If you find yourself eligible you must apply for this fellowship.

For more information, visit here.

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