Application Deadline: January 31st 2017
Writivism Literary Initiative is satisfied to declare that 2017 web based Mentoring Program is currently open for applications. A venture of the Center for African Cultural Excellence, Writivism recognizes, guides, distributes and advances developing African essayists inhabitant in any nation on the African mainland.
Presently, in its fifth year, the Writivism program gives internet coaching to developing scholars of fiction and imaginative writings. A developing author is characterized as one who is yet to distribute a book. The tutoring will include the rising essayist sending their work to the coach (a distributed or honor winning African author), who will give input on how the function can be progressed.
The developing essayist will chip away at their story under the tutor’s direction. All stories created amid the tutoring will be consequently entered for the 2017 Writivism Short Story and Koffi Addo Prizes. Past mentees can apply to take an interest in the program insofar as they have not yet distributed a book.
To apply for the mentorship, developing authors ought to send the accompanying application materials to [email protected]:
A rundown of the story they mean to take a shot at, for the Writivism Short Story or Koffi Addo Non Fiction Prize
A written work test from the above venture, of 500 – 1000 words
An individual proclamation persuading us regarding your appropriateness for the program
A short bio, including their nationality and nation of living arrangement, of 50 – 100 words
All archives must be sent as connections in Microsoft Word or PDF positions. The email subject must read ‘2017 Writivism Mentoring Application’. All applications must be gotten by 31st January 2017 midnight, East African time.
Story summary (Fiction or Non Fiction)
Due date: January 31, 2017
Email application to: [email protected]
Email Heading: 2017 Writivism Mentoring Application
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Writivism 2017 Creative Writing Mentoring