|Organization||Long Term Ecological Reflections Residency|
|Type||Grants and Fellowships|
|Due Date||May 1, 2019|
|Last Reported||April 1, 2019|
|Description||The Long-Term Ecological Reflections program hosts two Writers-in-Residence Programs at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest. Creative writers whose work reflects a keen awareness of the natural world and an appreciation for both scientific and literary ways of knowing are invited to apply for the Andrews Forest Writers Residency. The resident writers live at the Andrews Forest for one to two weeks, interact with the scientists, explore the forest, and write. Writers are encouraged to visit designated study sites for reflecting on and writing about the forest and their relation to it. These writings, which will form a collection spanning hundreds of years, will be gathered in permanent archives at Oregon State University. Writers provide their own transportation and take care of their meals while at the Andrews. The apartment's kitchen is well equipped with cookware and dishes. A computer lab in the headquarters building can be used to access the Internet. Residents should bring a laptop if they so desire. Please submit one page describing your work and how you plan to use the retreat. Explain how your work fits with the mission of Long-Term Ecological Reflections. Also submit a work sample: about ten pages of poetry or fifteen of prose, or other documentation.|
|Genres||Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction|
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