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Charles Wallace India Trust Translation And Writing Fellowship 2016

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open25-Apr-2016
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AwardInternational travel costs up to £600, living grant of £1400
EligibilityMasters, author, fiction translator, poetry or creative non-fiction
RegionAbroad
Scholarship provider contact details

British Council New Delhi
British Council Division
British High Commission
17 Kasturba Gandhi Marg
New Delhi - 110 001 
Phone: 0120-4569000 / 6684353
Fax: +91 11 2371 0717
Email: delhi.enquiry@in.britishcouncil.org

What is Charles Wallace India Trust Translation And Writing Fellowship 2016?

Literature Across Frontiers is pleased to launch a Translation and Creative Writing Fellowship, supported by the Charles Wallace India Trust, for literary practitioners from India who combine the discipline of literary translation and writing.

Translators who also write in any genre including prose, poetry, drama, essay and non-fiction or writers who are also practicing translators are invited to apply for the 2016 Fellowship. In 2016 we are offering one Fellowship, and the successful applicant will be given the opportunity to spend three months at Aberystwyth University in Wales in the autumn working on a literary project of their choice combining translation and writing. While their project will form the focus of their stay with us, we also encourage Fellows to engage in the academic, cultural and social life of the faculty.

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

To be eligible the applicant must

  • be an Indian citizen, domiciled and resident in India
  • be an author as well as practicing translator of fiction, poetry or creative non-fiction
  • have completed university-level education in the field of humanities, literature and/or literary translation, and/or have between five and seven years of professional experience manifested in published work
  • have a clear proposal stating what they plan to do during their residency and how they hope to use the experience on their return to India
  • have not been given a Charles Wallace India Trust Writing or Translation Fellowship grant within the previous five years

How can you apply ?

Application can be done by email.

The British Council is present in 10 cities in India. Find the contact details for your closest British Council centre from the link provided..

Terms and Conditions

Application

Applications for the Fellowship will include the following:

  • a clear and concise proposal (no longer than 1000 words) of what you plan to achieve during the residency and how you will use this in your work once you return to India
  • two references from referees who know your work very well
  • examples of both your creative writing and translation (which will not be returned)
  • photo and full CV

Attachments must be in PDF, Word or JPEG format and should not be larger than 3MB.

Please do not send any supporting material such as books by post as such material cannot be taken into account in assessing your application and we will not be able to return it to you.

Your application should also include two completed reference forms from referees who know your work very well. This form should be completed by your referee, who should return it directly to LAF at the address below.

Any further enquiries can be made to info@literature-across-frontiers.org and applications and references should be emailed to the same address as well ascarys@lit-across-frontiers.org

Deadlines

The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight GMT of 29 April 2016. No late applications will be accepted. The successful applicant will be notified by 31st May 2016. We will acknowledge all received applications. If receipt of your application is not acknowledged within 10 days of dispatch, please resend it.

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