Ten years after its inception, the Yale-based Windham-Campbell Prizes program is uniquely focused on ‘the love of writers and writing.’
Three winning university students and three instructors are honored by a new Black Stories program from Macmillan Learning.
Featuring mentoring for Japanese translators, the new partnership involves UCLA, Waseda University, the University of East Anglia, and more.
As working parents grapple with their kids’ education during the coronavirus lockdown, a family of writers and artists looks back on their mother’s choice to homeschool them.
Norwich’s National Centre for Writing opens applications for its 2020 Escalator Talent Development Scheme for fiction writers in eastern England.
In a series of events at the Hall 5.0 Gypsy Pavilion and on other stages, Roma literature and artistry will make an inaugural appearance as an organized presence this year.
The international Hay Festival circuit has opened for this year’s events, with the Segovia program set for September 19 to 22.
The new Authors Guild survey, larger than in the past and with input from other writing organizations, brings into question how authors are compensated and how the issue is assessed.
Addressing world political issues through the creative industries’ perspectives, the international series of Hay Festival events has announced that its programming in Spain will feature issues of ‘coexistence, the future of Europe, and debates on gender.’
Dedicated to ‘exploring the artistic and social power of creative writing,’ Norwich’s National Centre for Writing, is having its formal launch week in its redeveloped new home that includes the 15th-century Dragon Hall.