Curious about writing residencies and fellowships, but aren't sure where to start? Join former Hub City Writers Project writer-in-residence Katie Moulton for an information session on residencies and fellowships, where she'll answer all your questions. What are residencies? Do I need them? What is the benefit of a residency or fellowship? What kinds are available and how expensive are they? How do I find out about them? There's a lot of info out there, and Katie is here to help! She'll share her tips for crafting applications, and common pitfalls if you're struggling to get your foot in the door.
Katie Moulton is the author of Dead Dad Club: On Grief & Tom Petty (Audible 2022). A 2021 MacDowell fellow, her work has been supported by fellowships and residencies with Bread Loaf, Art Omi, Djerassi, Hub City Writers Project, Jentel, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, Tin House Summer Workshop, Tulsa Artist Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Indiana University. Her writing appears in New England Review, Salon, Oxford American, The Believer, No Tokens, and elsewhere. She teaches in the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University and the Newport MFA.
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