Enter for Epiphany’s Fresh Voices Fellowship

The $2,000 offer is for writers without an MFA.

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Enter for Epiphany’s Fresh Voices Fellowship

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.

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