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Logan Nonfiction Program


Logan Nonfiction Program

Deadline: 15 December 2021
Open to: nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters and multimedia creators
Benefits: coverage of tuition and residency fees, travel stipend and other benefits

DESCRIPTION

The Logan Nonfiction Program is a hybrid fellowship for nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters and multimedia creators. The fellowship combines virtual and in-person programming in two classes per year of 10-12 fellows per class.

Fellowships are 10 weeks in length and occur in New York’s spring and late summer. The program includes:

Fellows are required to attend residential sessions on campus and are strongly encouraged to log in for as many virtual sessions as possible. Below are tentative program dates for 2022. Dates are subject to change until finalized.

Class 1:

April 2 – June 11

(Tentative residential dates are April 2-9 and June 4-11.)

Class 2:

July 16 – September 24

(Tentative residential dates are July 16-23 and September 17-24.)

NOTE: In the event of mass travel restrictions, a government–sanctioned quarantine related to the COVID-19 pandemic and/or Institute-wide guidelines impacting the in-person residential portion of the fellowship, the Logan Nonfiction Program will put a virtual-only program into effect for accepted fellows.

ELIGIBILITY

Academics, Memoirists & Non-Professional Journalists:

We accept applications from academics and non-professional journalists with the requirement that the intended audience of the project is the general public. Memoirists are welcome to apply with projects that address wider themes and include significant reporting outside of the first-person narrative.

International Applicants:

The Logan Nonfiction Program has a long tradition of internationalism and welcomes applicants from around the world. Professionals who work in languages other than English are welcome to apply if they can supply samples of work in translation as well as in the original language. A working knowledge of English is necessary for international applicants. The Logan Nonfiction Program does not provide an interpreter for residents.

Collaborations:

Small groups of two to three individuals wishing to work collaboratively are encouraged to apply. Each member of the group will need to submit an individual application.

BENEFITS

HOW TO APPLY?

Apply online here. For more details, please visit the official website.



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