Applications are invited from writers with a track record of publication and experience of delivering talks/workshops to students
The selected writer will be based at Plymouth University and will be expected to contribute four articles to an online blog about creative writing and devise and deliver a programme of workshops and talks, as well as ‘taster’ sessions.
The writer-in-residence will work with Dr Rachel Christofides. A stipend of £3,300 will be payable for 12 days work between 17 October and 17 May 2017, with the expectation that the writer will deliver at least eight workshops/talks/events.
To apply to be the Plymouth University/Literature Works Writer-in-Residence, send a CV and a one-page description of your current creative work in progress by the closing date of 30 September.
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