Logan Nonfiction Fellowship program fall 2020 in the USA

  • Apply Before : June 2, 2020

Opportunity Details

  • Opportunity ID 13628

Opportunity Description

The Logan Nonfiction program provides two terms fellowship program for international writers, photojournalists, filmmakers, podcasters and radio reporters and multimedia creators with professional work experience in relevant areas. The fellowship offers lodging, meals, workspace, professional supervisions, and community for 10 to 20 follows of 5 to 10 weeks in Carey institute for global good’s historic 100-acre campus in New York, USA. Applicants who meet the requirements can apply.


Key dates:

  • Deadline: 2 June 2020
  • Result announcement of spring term: Mid-December
  • Result announcement of fall term: Mid-August

Number of applicants: 10 to 20

Duration: 5 to 10 weeks

Host institutes: Carey Institute for Global Good’s historic 100-acre campus

Location: New York, USA

Required language: English


  • Nonfiction writers, photojournalists, documentary filmmakers, podcasters and radio reporters, multimedia creators from around the world.
  • Applicants with work experience in related areas.
  • Applicants with different backgrounds (from academics, memoirists, and non-professional journalists).
  • Your project focus can be on the conflict and security, democracy and governance, education, environment and climate change, food security, gender, race, sex, globalization, disability, health, exclusion and inequality, media and journalism, social justice and sustainability, and resilience. But it is not limited.
  • The program will accept applicants without consideration of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, physical ability or disability, HIV status, or related status.

Selection criteria:

  • Successful applicants will be selected based on quality, relevance, professional experience, and promise of the applicant’s work.

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Required documents:

  • Online Application form
  • Update Curriculum Vitae (include your work experience and list of publications, previous fellowships, or residencies you attended, your educational background.)
  • Sample of your works you performed or if you are in beginning stages provide detailed synopsis and chapter/science outline:
  • About 40 pages and double-spaced for print.
  • About 15 min video of footage for film and audio.
  • Cover letter no longer than two pages (explain your interest in the program, your professional experience, and an overview of your project).
  • Two recommendation letters.

How to apply:

Submit your documents on the online application form

Visit the Logan Nonfiction program website to gain more details

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