BRIDGET WHELAN writer

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Low waged authors: win a writing course with a major literary agency

The ereader Kobo and lit agents Curtis Brown are offering three scholarships to  aspiring writers this year. It covers tuition fees for each of the following London courses: the three-month novel writing course, (starts in April so you need to hurry with your application if you’re interested, but on the plus side this could be the course that attracts the fewest entries because the scholarship was only announced last week), three-month writing-for-children course, (starts in the autumn) and six-month novel-writing course (starts in 2014).

 Find out more by clicking here. The organisers define low waged as an income of £20,000 per year or less and savings of £5000 or less if you are single. If you are part of a couple your joint earnings have to be £26,000 or less and again savings of £5000 or less

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This entry was posted on March 21, 2013 by in News and tagged , , .
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