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  • Fellowship/Residency Opportunities

    Hambridge Center Veteran Fellowship

    The Hambridge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences is offering a Veteran Fellowship! Hambridge will provide a $700 stipend and waives the fee for a 2 week residency for an outstanding applicant in any discipline that served in the U.S. Military. A sanctuary of time and space situated on 600 acres in the mountains of north Georgia, the Hambridge inspires individuals working in a broad range of disciplines to create works of the highest caliber.

  • Submission Opportunities

    Rutgers Camden Writers House Exhibition Curator

    • When: Deadliine June 15, 2021
    • What: Rutgers Camden Writers House is seeking veterans, active duty service members, and/or family members to co-curate a digital exhibit that sheds light on families’ experiences of service. Veterans, service members, and family members are invited to submit an object, document, or other artifact that represents or is associate with their family’s experience of service. Photographs of objects and documents will be featured in the exhibit accompanied by participants’ written or oral narratives about the artifacts and their relationship to participants’ experiences.
    • Guidelines and submission information: Submit here.
    • Contact: Leah Falk, Program Coordinator, leah.falk@camden.rutgers.edu

    The 2021 National Veterans Creative Arts Competition

    • When: Each VA facility determines their own local competition deadline dates with many deadlines as early as April and throughout the summer months.
    • What: Veterans must work with a staff person from the VA facility where they are enrolled to submit entries into the competition. Be sure to check with your VA facility as soon as possible to find out dates for submission of entries into the local competition. If you need assistance in identifying the local point of contact at the VA facility where you are enrolled, please email our national committee at Arts4Vets@va.gov.
    • Guidelines and submission information: Submit here.

    Hazelden Publishing Meditation Anthologies

    • When: Deadliine: Open
    • What: The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is putting together a book for Service Members and Veterans in recovery from substance abuse are looking for submissions from active, reserve, and veteran service members who are part of the recovery community and want to help others by sharing their own meditations for consideration to be included in the book.
    • Guidelines and submission information: Hazelden Publishing
    • Contact: editorial@hazeldenbettyford.org

    The Rutgers University Alumni Association and Rutgers University Foundation

    • When: Deadliine: Open
    • What: Writer who has served in the armed forces wanted as a writer for hire on a freelance basis. This would be occasional work as needed for individual projects, not a full- or part-time position. The U.S. veteran community is a rich source of experiences, knowledge, and creativity, and Rutgers University Alumni Association and the Rutgers University Foundation are seeking to expand their list of freelance writers in a way that honors and welcomes a diverse range of voices, including those of veterans.
    • Guidelines and submission information:
      Please submit up . to 3 work samples that demonstrate a strong writing ability and a grasp of basic journalistic practices. Rutgers-themed work samples are helpful but not required—your samples can be on any topic and we will only use them to assess writing ability. Please format your samples either as Word documents or PDFs. (It’s fine to send more than one item, they don’t need to be combined.) Links to web pages that do not involve a paywall are also acceptable.
    • Contact: content@ruf.rutgers.edu. Please address to “Alumni Editor” and put “Veteran writer” in the subject line.

    The Line: A Veteran Literary Journal

    • When: Deadline Rolling
    • What: The Line is committed to a new generation of creative veterans, spotlighting those driven to produce contemplative, compelling, and cathartic content. Oul' prima1y focus is to publish veteran literature, art, social commentary, and reviews; however, we will consider any material created to bridge the gap between veterans and contemporary audiences.
    • Guidelines and submission information: www.thelineliterary.org
    • Contact: submissions@thelineliterary.org

    Red Bull Arts Microgrant

    • When: Deadline Rolling
    • What: Red Bull Arts is a national, experimental, and non-commercial arts program dedicated to creating new opportunities for artists and fostering public engagement in the arts. Their Microgrant Program awards two grants of $1000 each month to artists in a number of cities. These funds are meant to support artists in continuing their work however they see fit in this difficult moment. Both individuals and groups are eligible to apply.
    • Guidelines and submission information: https://redbullarts.slideroom.com

    GWOT Oral History Project

    • When: Deadline open
    • What: Tell your story for the GWOT Oral History Project website. The purpose of the project is to record oral testimony of people who served in Iraq or Afghanistan during the wars.
    • Contact: Zach Laporte, zachlaporte26@gmail.com
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    Inky Lab Publishing

    • When: Deadline open
    • Inky Lab is an independent publishing company based in Newcastle upon Tyne. They are currently working towards releasing a Remembrance anthology of short stories, poetry, and artwork based on the theme of service, and are looking for submissions from people who are currently serving as well as veterans and the families of people who serve/have served. You can find out more about their Remembrance Project on their website. They are offering successful submissions a free copy of the anthology as well as promotion. For every anthology sold, they will be making a donation to The Poppy Factory,
    • Current Projects: Remember Project and The Poppy Factory.
    • Submission Information

    Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics

    • When: Deadline open
    • What: Call for submissions to a collection of personal stories from war veterans, Veterans' Healthcare on the Homefront, published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
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