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This is for both amateur and professional writers who want time, support and a conducive environment to work on their prose.  
The University of East Anglia has announced two fellowships for writers.
One is the David T K Wong, open to both published and unpublished writers; and the other is the CharlesPick Fellowship for budding writers who are willing to write fictional and non-fictional prose in English.
The David T. K. WongFellowship is a nine-month residential Fellowship, with an award of £26,000.  The Fellowship will be awarded to a writer planning to produce a work of prose fiction in English about some aspect of life in the Far East.  Established published and unpublished writers are welcome to apply. 
Deadline for applications: 17 January 2011
Click Here to download:  2011 Terms and Conditions; 2011 application forms and other documents
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE: http://www.uea.ac.uk/lit/awards/wong
The CharlesPick Fellowship is a six-month residential fellowship with an award of £10,000. The Fellowship seeks to continue this spirit of encouragement by giving support to the work of a new and, as yet, unpublished writer of fictional or non-fictional prose. Its dual purpose is to give promising writers the opportunity complete a major work and to develop his/her talents.  The Fellowship starts on 1 October 2011.
Deadline for applications: 30 January 2011
Click here to download:   2011 Information, Terms and Conditions,  2011 Application Form,  2011 Reference Form  and other documents.
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE: http://www.uea.ac.uk/lit/awards/pick

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