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Poets & Writers grants available

September 17, 2012
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Poets & Writers

From Poets & Writers:

Applying for Funding

Welcome, Early Birds
The earlier you apply for your winter/spring 2013 events, the better your chances of receiving support. Although we prioritize events that reach underserved audiences, we award the majority of our grants on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, funding becomes more competitive as we move through the fiscal year, which runs from July 1 to June 30.

R/W City Shout-Out

Atlanta! Chicago! Detroit! Houston! Seattle! New Orleans! Tucson! Washington, D.C.! Why so many exclamation points? We want to remind you that we fund readings and workshops in your city and its associated county. If you’re not sure whether your event qualifies, please see our guidelines and application for funding, and feel free to contact us with questions:

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