Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin

WIS­CON­SIN IN­STI­TUTE FOR CRE­ATIVE WRIT­ING FEL­LOW­SHIPS

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Six writ­ers re­ceived the 2018–2019 Wis­con­sin In­sti­tute for Cre­ative Writ­ing Fel­low­ships in Po­etry and Fic­tion. Aria Aber of New York City re­ceived the Ron Wal­lace Po­etry Fel­low­ship; Chek­wube O. Dan­ladi of Ur­bana, Illi­nois, re­ceived the Jay C. and Ruth Halls Po­etry Fel­low­ship; Natasha Oladokun of Roanoke, Vir­ginia, re­ceived the First Wave Po­etry Fel­low­ship; Lucy Tan of New York City re­ceived the James C. McCreight Fic­tion Fel­low­ship; Mary Ter­rier of Bal­ti­more re­ceived the Carl Djerassi Fic­tion Fel­low­ship; and Kate Wisel of Chicago re­ceived the Carol Houck Smith Fic­tion Fel­low­ship. Each fel­low re­ceives a stipend of $38,000 plus ben­e­fits, and teaches one cre­ative writ­ing workshop at the Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin each se­mes­ter and gives one pub­lic read­ing. The nine-month fel­low­ships pro­vide time, space, and an in­tel­lec­tual com­mu­nity for po­ets and fic­tion writ­ers work­ing on a first or sec­ond book. Ap­pli­cants must hold an MFA or PhD in cre­ative writ­ing and must have pub­lished no more than one book. (SEE DEAD­LINES.) Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin, Wis­con­sin In­sti­tute for Cre­ative Writ­ing Fel­low­ships, English Depart­ment, 6195C He­len C. White Hall, 600 North Park Street, Madi­son, WI 53706. Sean Bishop, Con­tact. in­sti­[email protected]

www.cre­ativewrit­ing.wisc.edu/fel­low­ships.html

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