The Coracle programme in association with New Welsh Review is making a call for submissions from published writers interested in an opportunity for a week-long international residency in south east Ireland. The organisers will meet travel and accommodation costs, and a living allowance will be provided. As an outcome of the residency a piece of creative prose will be produced and published in the September edition of New Welsh Review.
The residency will take place in May 2012. The call is open to writers resident in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion or Pembrokeshire or published by a publishing house located in that region. The deadline for submissions is Monday 16th April.
For further details and an application form please contact: Dominic Williams
Coracle is a partnership led by University of Wales Trinity Saint David concerned with the professional development of creative practitioners in Ireland and Wales. Within the programme there is a series of projects and activities linked to creative writing, ePublishing, spoken word performance, marketing, mentoring and literature festivals. This residency is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg 4a programme.
A brief note on copyright:all authors have given permission for their work to appear online on New Welsh Review's website. Copyright remains with the author. If you wish to reproduce part or all of any article then the permission of the author must be sought, and the author and New Welsh Review credited accordingly.