The Palm Beach Poetry Festival is pleased to announce it will offer three fellowships that provide full workshop tuition and lodging in Delray Beach for the upcoming 13th Annual Palm Beach Poetry Festival, January 16-21, 2017. The fellowships are offered to open the festival workshop doors widely to qualified poets and to insure the festival’s workshops provide an enriching variety of experiences through working with poets from a wide variety of cultures.
The three fellowships are: the Palm Beach Poetry Festival African American Fellowship; the CantoMundo Palm Beach Poetry Festival Fellowship; and the Kundiman Palm Beach Poetry Festival Fellowship.
Each fellowship recipient will be an outstanding poet who will benefit from, and contribute to participation in the workshop. A writing sample, letter of introduction, and description of need are an integral part of the application and selection process. Fellowships applications are now open. For details, please visit the links below to each for specifics, details and to apply. The deadline to apply for these fellowships is November 14, 2016.
The Palm Beach Poetry Festival African American Fellowship is available to African American poets who wish to attend the 13th Annual Palm Beach Poetry Festival. A writing sample, letter of introduction, and description of need are an integral part of the application and selection process. The deadline to apply for these fellowships is November 14, 2016. Use this link to apply for the Palm Beach Poetry Festival African American 2017 Fellowship.
CantoMundo nurtures and support the numerous aesthetic and philosophical approaches of Latin@ poetry in the USA, and builds on the aesthetically, culturally, and linguistically diverse work of Latina/o poets, who have historically—and with limited economic resources—formed supportive literary spaces. CantoMundo’s first gathering convened in 2010. Use this link to find out more about the CantoMundo /Palm Beach Poetry Festival 2017 Fellowship and to apply.
Kundiman is dedicated to the creation and cultivation of Asian American literature, offering a comprehensive spectrum of arts programming that gives writers opportunities to inscribe their own stories, transforming and enriching the American literary landscape. Use this link to find out more about the Kundiman / Palm Beach Poetry Festival 2017 Fellowship and to apply.
These fellowships are supported by generous donations of individuals who wish to remain anonymous. We welcome inquiries from donors who may be interested in our efforts to expand the availability of these fellowships and seek to support the festival’s dedication to inclusiveness and enrichment of its workshops and public events. Donors may contribute to the PBPF Diversity Fellowship Fund, established to support these efforts. Interested donors may contact Festival Director, Susan R. Williamson or President & Founder, Miles Coon.