Enter for Epiphany’s Fresh Voices Fellowship

The $2,000 offer is for writers without an MFA.
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An initiative of Epiphany, the Fresh Voices Fellowship is a year-long programme “supporting one emerging Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, or other writer of color who does not have an MFA and is not currently enrolled in a degree-granting creative writing program.”

The fellowship is open to fiction writers, essayists, and poets.

The benefits include a $2,000 stipend, paid publication in the Spring/Summer 2022 print issue of Epiphany, paid publication in Epiphany online, and mentorship.

Visit here for more information.

Ernest Ogunyemi
Ernest O. Ògúnyẹmí was a staff writer at Open Country Mag. His works have recently appeared/are forthcoming in AGNI, Joyland, No Tokens, Olongo Africa, The Dark, Fiyah, Agbowó, Southern Humanities Review, Minnesota Review, McNeese Review, Down River Road, and West Trade Review. He is the curator of The Fire That Is Dreamed of: The Young African Poets Anthology.
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