Writing Contest for Study Abroad in Scotland

January 27, 2011 § 1 Comment

The University of New Orleans is moving the Summer Workshops to Scotland, and offering a contest for those who would like to attend for free.  Faculty members include Brevity editor Dinty W. Moore, and a host of other fine folks.

See announcement below:

Full fee waivers, including housing allowance, will be granted to one writer each in the genres of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction. Partial awards and honorable mentions may also be granted. Winners will attend UNO’s newest, biggest, best-ever program, The Writing Workshops in Edinburgh, Scotland.


Submission Deadline: January 31, 2011.

Eligibility, Contestants: The contest is open to anyone writing in English who has not yet published a book of 45 pages or more in the genre of application, except faculty and administrators employed by the University of New Orleans.

Eligibility, Work: Work submitted must be unpublished and eligible for publication in the sponsoring journal.

For more on the Summer Workshops in Scotland, go here. For more on the Contest, go here.

To see men in kilts, go to Scotland.


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