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Speculative Literature Foundation

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Guidelines of assistance

The Older Writers Grant is awarded annually to a writer who is 50 years of age or older at the time of the grant application and is intended to assist such writers who are just starting to work at a professional level.

Description

The Speculative Literature Foundation (SLF) aims to promote literary quality in speculative fiction by encouraging new writers, assisting established writers, and numerous other activities. SLF offers four grants: the Older Writers Grant, the Travel Grant, the Working Class Writers Grant, and the Diversity Grant. The website also offers a host of resources and information.

Last updated Sep 12, 2017
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