Yesterday it was announced here in Britain that a generous NEW £10,000
Fellowship has been established at the University of East Anglia for South
Asian creative writers (novelists/poets) in English who are LIVING IN South
PLEASE will you forward this link to writers you know living in South Asia
who might be interested in this generous initiative.
Please click on this link for more information:
The APWriters’ website (http://www.apwriters.com) went live in November 2008. In 2010, the site received 1,653,469 hits from 29,996 unique visitors. There were 241,381 pages opened over 54,478 visits.
In 2011, up only to the end May, the APWriters’ site has received more than half a million hits from 13,860 unique visitors.
Our prediction is that in 2011, APWriters will easily break the two-million hits-in-a-year mark with 70,000 visitors opening
Some of the papers, provocations and presentations delivered at the Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership’s 2010 symposium ‘Writing Across Cultures’ are now available online in a special issue of TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses. (http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue10/content.htm)
The Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership (aka ‘APWriters’) was formed with the support of the founding editor of TEXT, Nigel Krauth, who heads the Writing Program at Griffith
Due to such interesting submissions (and too few places), I’m proposing a second series of fortnightly Memoir/ Fiction/ Travel Writing masterclasses, beginning 2 April 2011 - please do let anyone who might be interested know. Thanks!
These workshops would be a chance for participants to work with me (and other members of a small workshop group of 6) over a sustained period in the development of their writing towards a larger piece of work - e.g. a travel
We are delighted to inform that Yuanxiang (Otherland Literary Journal) No. 13, 2011 is out now, with a special Chinese-English bilingual edition of Otherland Book, titled, The Scholar’s Rock [xuezhe de yaogun], featuring 87 poems by Paul Kane, translated into Chinese by Dr Zhang Shaoyang and Ms Zhang Renlan.
The book is published in Nanjing, China, by Otherland Publishing. This project is supported by the Susan Turner Fund of Vassar College.
Price: $29.95, plus