The Federal Republic of Germany’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs offers for 2014 up to twelve fellowships for study visits at the International Youth Library in Munich. Eligible to apply are specialists in the field of children’s and youth literature who are not German citizens.
The association KURS invites in their new call for applications for 2014 writers and translator from Europe to apply to their Writer-in-Residence Programme "Marko-Marulić" in Split. The selected candidates will have the opportunity to stay and work for one month in Split, get to know the cultural life there, and present themselves to the Croatian audience. The Writer-in-Residence Programme "Marko-Marulić" was initiated in Spring 2010 with a financial support from TRADUKI. Further partners in the project are the Croatian Ministry of Culture, the City of Split and the County of Split-Dalmatia. Deadline for applications is December 15th, 2013.
In cooperation with TRADUKI, the Ministry for Cultural Affairs of Liechtenstein offers one residential scholarship in Vaduz. The call is open to writers from Southeast Europe. The programme aims to enrich the literature scene in Vaduz by hosting writers from Southeast Europe and presenting these new voices to the audience in Liechtenstein. The invited writer will have the opportunity to learn the literary and cultural life in Liechtenstein and establish contacts with publishers, critics and translators. Deadline for applications is August 31st, 2013.