Write in Armenia International Writing Camp
International Writing Camp for young writers from
Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine
November 11 -22, 2018, Armenia
The ARI Literature Foundation and the U.S. Embassy in Armenia are proud to offer a creative writing experience opportunity for young writers from Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. Georgian Publishers and bookseller Association is a partner of the project from Georgia.
‘Write in Armenia’ International Writing Camp creates opportunity for young writers to get together in a ten-day extensive program to learn from each other and about each other. The program of the camp is developed in cooperation with the International Writing Program of the University of Iowa and is based on their model of Between the Lines program. The camp will be led by professional tutors from IWP in cooperation with acclaimed writers from each program participant country. It should be noted that from Georgia the camp’s mentor will be Dato Turashvili.
The program will consist of lectures on literature and other creative disciplines, writing sessions both in English and native languages, sessions on photo, video and onstage performances, playwriting, slam poetry; team building and communication exercises, readings, group discussions, National 10 days, cultural tours, and a lot of fun.
The working language of the camp is English.
The program will cover travel expenses, lodging and meals for the whole period of the program. Program participants will be responsible for their own visa arrangements and expenses.
• 18-24 years old
• Functionally fluent in English
• Strong interest in writing as a future career
To apply please submit the documents below to the both of the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
1. Completed application form (in English)
2. Cover letter explaining your interest in participating (in English)
3. Resume (in English)
4. Writing sample in your native language (250-500 words of fiction or 25-50 lines for poetry)
5. Writing sample in English (min 200 words of fiction or 20 lines of poetry)
Deadline for submitting applications September 30, 2018