YA fellowship offered by Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow

“Dancing in the Rain” is a fellowship for writers of mid-grade or young adult (YA) literature. Candidates should be working on a chapter book that provides inspiration and hope for those struggling with the hardships and challenges that life often metes out. The successful application will demonstrate insight, honesty, literary merit, and the likelihood of… Continue reading YA fellowship offered by Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow

Two Paid Artist-in-Residency Spots Available in Dardanelle

On the chance that artists other than writers (including traditional craftspeople) read this blog, here’s an opportunity worth investigating. McElroy House in Dardanelle, Arkansas has partnered with Sipp Culture and the Artists at Work program to bring two local artists in residence for a year long community-based partnership. Check it out at the McElroy House… Continue reading Two Paid Artist-in-Residency Spots Available in Dardanelle

Deadline Looms for Black Lives Fellowship at Dairy Hollow

The submission deadline for the “Illuminating Black Lives” fellowship is midnight CST on Monday, November 29, 2021. This fellowship invites writers to explore the African-American experience. The work may be in any literary genre: fiction or nonfiction, poetry or prose, or a combination. It may take place now or in the past. It may draw upon… Continue reading Deadline Looms for Black Lives Fellowship at Dairy Hollow

Real People, Real Struggles, Real Stories Writing about Mental Illness Fellowship

The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow is offering a fellowship to a writer working on a short or long work of non-fiction focusing on how they (the writer or another) have managed, and continue to manage, their mental illness. This personal story should offer not just insight and awareness, but most importantly, hope. It should… Continue reading Real People, Real Struggles, Real Stories Writing about Mental Illness Fellowship