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The 2015 My Time Fellowship for writers with children

The 2015 My Time Fellowship for writers with children

Linda Caldwell

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A two-week residency is being offered by The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for writers with children under 18 living with them. Thanks to a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, this Fellowship is designed to support parents who are also writers.

The Fellowship entitles the recipient to a two-week stay at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow, in beautiful and charming Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Each resident has a private suite with writing space, private bath, and wireless Internet. The residency provides uninterrupted writing time, with dinner prepared five nights a week and served in our community dining room. Residents also share the camaraderie of other professional writers and artists when they want it, and a community kitchen stocked with the basics for breakfast and lunch. My Time includes the two-week residency and provides a stipend of $1,500 to help pay for child care or travel expenses or to make up for time lost at work.

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My Time is not limited to a specific genre. Writers can work in poetry, memoir, fiction, nonfiction or young adult. Please include in the application package information about your family and how this fellowship will help you progress as a writer. No more than one page, please.

Deadline for applications is June 1, 2015, and the residency can be used up until June 1, 2016. Fellows may elect to stay additional time at the rate of $385 a week. Fellowship applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable $35 application fee. For an application form, email director@writerscolony.org or visit our website at www.writerscolony.org.

The 2014 My Time Fellowship For writers and artists with children

The 2014 My Time Fellowship For writers and artists with children

Linda Caldwell

A two-week residency is being offered by The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for writers with children. Thanks to a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, this Fellowship is designed to support parents who are also writers. 

 

The Fellowship entitles the recipient to a two-week stay at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow, in beautiful and charming Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Each resident has a private suite with writing space, private bath, and wireless Internet. The residency provides uninterrupted writing time with dinner prepared five nights a week and served in our community dining room. Residents also share the camaraderie of other professional writers and artists when they want it, and a community kitchen stocked with the basics for breakfast and lunch. My Time includes the two-week residency and provides a stipend of $1,500 to help pay for child care or travel expenses or to make up for time lost at work.

My Time is not limited to a specific genre. Writers can work in poetry, memoir, fiction, nonfiction or young adult. Please include in the application package information about your family and how this fellowship will help you progress as a writer. No more than one page, please. 

Deadline for applications is July 31, 2014, and the residency can be used up until July 31, 2015. Fellows may elect to stay additional time at the rate of $385 a week. Fellowship applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable $35 application fee.

Elizabeth Keller, 18, is working in acrylics on three paintings representational of Impressionism, Cubism and Fauvism styles as part of an independent study project at the Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama. She was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers.

Elizabeth Keller, 18, is working in acrylics on three paintings representational of Impressionism, Cubism and Fauvism styles as part of an independent study project at the Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama. She was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers.

Leah Honkanen, 17, was painting a portrait of herself and her brother Matt to give him as a birthday present next week. Leah was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers.

Leah Honkanen, 17, was painting a portrait of herself and her brother Matt to give him as a birthday present next week. Leah was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers.

Perry Scalfano, 18, works on a series of Cubist futurist masks he’s making for a movie he’s making. Perry is a student at the Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama, and was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers. 

Perry Scalfano, 18, works on a series of Cubist futurist masks he’s making for a movie he’s making. Perry is a student at the Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama, and was at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow for four days on a spring break trip with 12 other students and two teachers. 

The 2014 Eat-Write! Culinary Fellowship

The 2014 Eat-Write! Culinary Fellowship

Linda Caldwell

The Eat-Write! Culinary Fellowship will be awarded to an author writing a cookbook or work of fiction or nonfiction that involves a love of food or healthful eating. This Fellowship provides a residency in the Writers’ Colony Culinary Suite, equipped with full test kitchen. The Culinary Suite and test kitchen were designed, sponsored by and featured in Renovation Style Magazine and furnished by Kitchen Aid.

The Eat-Write! Culinary Fellowship is a two-week fellowship entitling the recipient to free residency at the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow in the historic arts village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Each resident has a private suite with writing space, private bath, wireless hook-up, uninterrupted writing time, dinner prepared five nights a week and served in our community dining room, the camaraderie of other professional writers when you want it, and a community kitchen stocked with the basics for breakfast and lunch.

Residencies must be completed by July 31, 2015. Fellows may elect to stay additional time at the rate of $385 a week.

Final application date for entry to be postmarked is July 31, 2014. Fellowship applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable $35 application fee.

The 2015 Moondancer Fellowship For Writing about Nature and the Outdoors

The 2015 Moondancer Fellowship For Writing about Nature and the Outdoors

Linda Caldwell

The Moondancer Fellowship is awarded to an author writing in any genre about any aspect of nature and the outdoors. This fellowship provides for two weeks of free residency at The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow in the historic arts village of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  

Each resident has a private suite with writing space, private bath, wireless hook-up, uninterrupted writing time, dinner prepared five nights a week and served in our community dining room, the camaraderie of other professional writers when you want it, and a community kitchen stocked with the basics for breakfast and lunch.

Residencies must be completed by July 31, 2016. Fellows may elect to stay additional time at the rate of $385 a week. 

Final application date for entry to be postmarked is July 31, 2015. Fellowship applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable $35 application fee.