Tuesday, April 15, 2014

AWW Scholarship Deadline TODAY!


The deadline for the following Antioch Writers' Workshop scholarships is April 15.

First place winners of Antioch Writers' Workshop Scholarships receive a full waiver of registration and tuition fees. Second place winners receive a 50% waiver of registration and tuition fees. The scholarships do not cover travel, lodging, or food.

The Betty Crumrine Scholarship

The Betty Crumrine Scholarship is awarded to a single parent who is committed to writing and who could not otherwise attend the workshop. The Crumrine Scholarship was created by friends of Betty Crumrine, who lived and wrote in Yellow Springs and participated in the Antioch Writers' Workshop from 1986 until 1990.

To apply, please send your submission (poetry, nonfiction, fiction, or drama) and a one-page letter explaining your writing experience and plans and need for financial aid. For specific details on how to submit and format, please see our scholarship page. Submissions that do not follow our submitting and formatting guidelines will be disqualified.

The Judson Jerome Poetry Scholarship

The Judson Jerome Poetry Scholarship is named after Judson Jerome, a poet and nonfiction writer, writer of textbooks, professor, and poetry editor who founded the Antioch Writers' Workshop along with William Baker.

Please send your poetry submission along with a bio of yourself (not longer than a page). For specific details on how to submit and format, please see our scholarship page. Submissions that do not follow our submitting and formatting guidelines will be disqualified.

The Bill Baker Scholarship

The Bill Baker Scholarship is for a writer who is nominated by someone who can testify to his or her qualifications both as writer and community member. The scholarship is named after Bill Baker, co-founder of the Antioch Writers' Workshop, writer of textbooks, journalist, and fiction writer.
To submit a nomination for the Bill Baker Scholarship, please send the nominee's name, contact information, a short sample of their writing (conforming to the formatting and submission requirements detailed on our website), and a 1-2 page essay that delineates their bravery, innovation, or significant contribution to their community.
For specific details on how to submit and format, please see our scholarship page. Submissions that do not follow our submitting and formatting guidelines will be disqualified.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Bill Baker Scholarship Deadline April 15

The Bill Baker Scholarship is for a writer who is nominated by someone who can testify to his or her qualifications both as writer and community member. The scholarship is named after Bill Baker, co-founder of the Antioch Writers' Workshop, writer of textbooks, journalist, and fiction writer.
First place winners of Antioch Writers' Workshop Scholarships receive a full waiver of registration and tuition fees. Second place winners receive a 50% waiver of registration and tuition fees. The scholarships do not cover travel, lodging, or food.
To submit a nomination for the Bill Baker Scholarship, please send the nominee's name, contact information, a short sample of their writing (conforming to the formatting and submission requirements detailed on our website), and a 1-2 page essay that delineates their bravery, innovation, or significant contribution to their community.
For specific details on how to submit and format, please see our scholarship page. Submissions that do not follow our submitting and formatting guidelines will be disqualified.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Judson Jerome Scholarship Deadline April 15

The Judson Jerome Poetry Scholarship is named after Judson Jerome, a poet and nonfiction writer, writer of textbooks, professor, and poetry editor who founded the Antioch Writers' Workshop along with William Baker.

First place winners of Antioch Writers' Workshop Scholarships receive a full waiver of registration and tuition fees. Second place winners receive a 50% waiver of registration and tuition fees. The scholarships do not cover travel, lodging, or food.

Please send your poetry submission along with a bio of yourself (not longer than a page). For specific details on how to submit and format, please see our scholarship page. Submissions that do not follow our submitting and formatting guidelines will be disqualified.

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