7/01/2015

#StageOpps #StageOppsJuly15

and WomenArts presents
#StageOpps
#StageOppsJuly15
Submission opportunities for women in theatre.
(previously known as Theatre Funding Newsletter)


**Opportunities starred are for women only.
##Opportunities with double hashtags are for special populations.


Special Opportunity
Special Opps are suspended for the summer. Please check back in the Fall for our Special Opportunities!

Project Submissions
LIC One Act Festival (September 7-20, 2015, Long Island City, NYC) - The LIC One Act Festival is now accepting plays for its 3rd annual. The Secret Theatre seeks to promote new work and emerging playwrights through our annual One Act Festival. We also promote playwrights through publishing anthologies of the winning plays; all of the final plays including the festival winner are offered a non-exclusive publishing agreement we have currently published five volumes of short plays. No fee to submit or produce. Cash prizes for best play, best director, best actor, best actress. Each Play is guaranteed 3-5 performances. The final selected plays are eligible for publishing in Top Secret Books’ The LIC One Act Festival Vol 3 on a non-exclusive basis. Guidelines: Plays must be between 10 – 20 minutes in length. Preference given to plays that have not been produced before. Playwrights are responsible for selecting director and cast. (We may be able to help you if you do not have a director but preference will be given to playwrights who can provide their own directors and actors.) Easy to produce. (If you have a play which for instance includes a swimming pool, a large amount of sets and props, or anything else too elaborate or is impossible to cast we may reject it). Please submit plays in PDF or Word format only. We will divide selected plays into three programs which will play in an alternating order over three weeks. Selected Playwrights will be informed July 27th. Please email submissions to: mailto:submissions@secrettheatre.com. Please include: The full play, A synopsis of the play, The character breakdown, The play’s running time please try to be as accurate as possible, The play’s production history (if it has been produced before and where).
The Secret Theatre is located at 44-02 23rd St, Long Island City, NYC 11101. Deadline: July 13, 2015


MRT Fall One Act Play Competition (September 10-30, 2015, NYC) - Seeking fully produced one act plays (cast, directed and ready to perform), 7 minutes to 20 minutes in length for MRTʼs FALL ONE ACT PLAY COMPETITION 2015. Sept. 10 - Sept. 30, 2015 at Manhattan Rep, 303 W.42nd St. $1000 PRIZE for BEST PLAY!!! To submit your one act play production please email: The complete play, a synopsis of the play, the character breakdown, the running time of the play, the set and lighting requirements, the playʼs production history (if it has been produced before and where), your mailing address, and a creative team leader contact email address to: manhattanrep@yahoo.com. Please put “Fall One Act Competition” in the subject heading. We will contact you within a week as to your acceptance. Plays that we love will be accepted on a First-Come First-Served basis. The earlier you submit the better chances you have of being accepted for we may end submissions before August 7, 2015, if we fill up all available performance slots. There is no submission fee. NON-EQUITY ONLY. Each play will be given a MINIMUM of FOUR performances, with 4 more performances if the play moves on to the finals. We will supply a technician to run the sound and lights. Once accepted, there will be a $150.00 participation fee. There will be NO additional security fees or Manhattan Repertory Theatre based production fees. For more information log on to: www.manhattanrep.com. Deadline: August 7, 2015 at midnight.


Script Submissions
Northern Writer’s Project (August 31-September 6, 2015, Ann Arbor, MI) - The Northern Writers' Project is a week-long playwriting intensive where four plays are workshopped with the playwrights, directors, actors and audience. There will be a full week of rehearsal for each play leading to two public readings of each play with talkbacks after each reading.  The Project will give playwrights a chance to develop their plays more thoroughly while showcasing their talent. Playwrights from all over the country are welcome to submit. Please send the following to Suzi Regan via email only at pnet.suzi@gmail.com: - Playwright contact info - Full script. *Plays with small casts of one to four people are ideal, but all cast sizes will be considered. http://www.pntheatre.org/northern-writers-project. Deadline: July 1, 2015


Thespis Theatre Festival (July 13-September 25, 2015, Washington Heights, NY) – Seeking plays from everywhere in the US, however shows from outside the New York and New Jersey area can only be run if the entire cast and crew are in the New York City area.  Submissions should be between 30-90 minutes long. To submit your play, you must include in your application: A 100 word synopsis of your play, the complete script, your contact information and the contact information of someone else from the production, your bio. Thespis Theatre Festival, Cabrini Repertory Theater, 701 Fort Washington Ave, Washington Heights, NYC 10040.  thespistheaterfestival@gmail.com, http://thespisnytheaterfestival.com/thespis-theater-festival-venus-adonis/. Deadline: July 1, 2015


Panndora Productions Panndora’s Box Festival of New Works (October 23-25 2015, Long Beach, CA) – Seeking new full-length or long one-act plays for staged readings. Each playwright will receive a critique from a professional theatre critic as well as written audience comments. Five additional plays receive an honorable mention. Up to two submissions per playwright. Submit script via e-mail or postal mail. FEE: $10. Panndora Productions, Sonja Berggren, PO Box 30733, Long Beach, CA 90853, sberggren@me.com, http://www.panndoraproductions.com/. Deadline: July 1, 2015


The Relentless Award (NYC) - The Relentless Award, established in honor of Philip Seymour Hoffman and his pursuit of truth in the theater, is the largest annual cash prize in American theater awarded to a playwright in recognition of a new play. What we are looking for: Plays that are challenging, Plays that exhibit fearlessness, Plays that are not mainstream, Plays that exude passion, Plays that are relentlessly truthful The American Playwriting Foundation encourages submissions by first time playwrights, women and playwrights of color. The author of the Relentless Award-winning play will receive $45,000. The winning playwright will have the option to have the winning play published by the Dramatists Play Service. The winning playwright will have a week-long residency at SPACE on Ryder Farm, an artist residency program housed on a working organic farm in Brewster, New York. The author can elect to have a director, a dramaturg and actors join him or her while in residence on the farm. The selected play will have a national roll-out through the Ed Vassallo Relentless Reading Series, established to help bring to life and develop the winning play by presenting a series of staged readings at some of the top theaters across the United States. When the winning play is selected, three runners-up will also be named. For guidelines and to submit, visit http://www.americanplaywritingfoundation.org/the-relentless-award.html. Deadline: July 10, 2015


Moonlight Theatre Productions One Act Play Reading Series (NYC) - Moonlight Theatre Productions is seeking submissions of one-act plays, 10-30 minutes long about current or recent events of social, legal and political significance by emerging playwrights. Rules of submission: Only plays that haven’t been produced or showcased in New York City. Plays sent as attachments by e mail to submit2MTP@gmail.com with author’s name, e mail address, phone number and address on the title page. Plays in Microsoft Word or Final Draft pdf formats, all pages titled and numbered. Mark Short Play/your name on the subject line. Submission is free. The selected plays will be read in MTP’s New York reading series in the 2015/2016 season. Authors will refrain from e mailing further queries. Selected authors will be notified with further details of the reading series. https://www.facebook.com/MoonlightTheatreProductions Deadline: July 15, 2015


South Street Players - Tri-State Theatre Festival (October 16-18, 2015, Spring Lake, NJ) - South Street Players (southstreetplayers.org) is seeking short (20 minutes or less), original, one-act plays for its 5th Annual Tri-State Theatre Festival. Seeking original comedic and dramatic one-act plays from playwrights currently living in the Tri-State area only (NJ, NY and PA). Plays must be 20 pages or less. Submissions of longer than 20 pages will be declined for consideration. No royalties or payment will be provided to playwrights should his or her play be chosen for the festival. Plays will only be accepted via email: southstreetoneacts@gmail.com. For guidelines, visit http://southstreetplayers.org/. Deadline: July 4, 2014


Quannapowitt Players, Inc. (November/December 2015, Reading, MA) - QP is still seeking one-act play submissions for our fourth Suburban Holidays production of new holiday plays the for November/December, 2015 Production. Suburban Holidays explores the theme of the holiday season (in whatever form that means for the playwright) in a town “very much like Reading, MA.” As this festival is being produced in November/December, a preference for date-appropriate holidays (Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, etc.) may come into play; however, all holidays are appropriate material for this festival. This year’s festival will consist of 4-5 full one-act plays. This means that plays under 20 minutes will not be considered. Plays must be no less than 20 minutes and no more than 45 minutes in length when performed. PLEASE NOTE: If your script is fewer than 20 pages long, the play reading committee will discard it without consideration. Since this festival draws a large pool of talented actors, plays featuring more than 4 characters will be considered first. Larger cast plays are strongly encouraged! Preference is given to playwrights from New England, though any playwright may submit. If you are not a resident of New England, your play will be considered, but we do give preference to our area, to increase the chances of having the playwrights visit and see their plays in our festival. Modern/contemporary plays are given preference. Costuming restraints might not allow for period pieces at this Festival. Plays must be submitted electronically in MS Word or PDF format, written in standard play format to the festival Producing Director, Patrick Cleary at patrickjamescleary@gmail.com. If you have any questions about this festival or the guideline submissions, please contact Patrick Cleary at patrickjamescleary@gmail.com. Please include the subject line “Suburban Holidays” on submissions and questions. For full guidelines and to submit, visit http://www.qptheater.com. Deadline: July 31, 2015


Three Leaches Theatre New Play Competition (November 1, 2015, Denver, CO) – Seeking one act submissions (30-60 minutes) in any style or genre. Two winners will be chosen for production, and winning playwrights will each receive a $100 prize and 2 free tickets to see their show. Electronic submissions only; pay submission fee through the submission page on their website. FEE: $10. The Three Leaches Theatre New Play Competition, Melissa@thethreeleaches.com, http://thethreeleaches.com/play-competition/. Deadline: August 1, 2015


Yale Drama Series (New Haven, CT) - The Yale Drama Series is seeking submissions for its 2016 playwriting competition. The winning play will be selected by the series' current judge, distinguished playwright Nicholas Wright. The winner of this annual competition will be awarded the David Charles Horn Prize of $10,000, publication of his/her manuscript by Yale University Press, and a staged reading at Lincoln Center Theater. The prize and publication are contingent on the playwright’s agreeing to the terms of the publishing agreement. There is no application form or entry fee. For guidelines and to submit visit http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/drama.asp. For more information regarding the Yale Drama Series please write to us at: Yale Drama Series, P.O. Box 209040, New Haven, CT, 06520-9040 or email us at yaledramaseries@yale.edu. Deadline: August 15, 2015


##Black Theatre Troupe “My Voice Is My Power” (October 29-November 1, 2015, Phoenix, AZ) - Scripts must be original works for the stage that have not been published or produced. Works should not be adaptations or obvious first drafts. Musicals will not be accepted in this round. However plays with original music will be accepted on a limited basis providing the submission is accompanied by a high quality recording. Works that have had workshop analysis and evaluation are eligible. Only submissions by female playwrights of color will be accepted. The strongest finalists will be works that illuminate issues that concern or impact women of color. This project is open to ALL female playwrights of color. However, submissions from playwrights in our preferred region of the Southwest – Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah – are strongly encouraged. For guidelines and to submit, visit http://blacktheatretroupe.org/playwright-project/. Deadline: August 15, 2015


Berkshire Theatre Group (Pittsfield, MA) - Berkshire Theatre Group accepts submissions of plays, musicals, translations, and adaptations. All submissions are considered for productions at BTG and for development opportunities. Playwrights must submit their work either through established agents or by first sending a letter of inquiry, accompanied by a brief synopsis, cast breakdown, a ten-page dialogue sample, and a résumé. These materials will be reviewed and BTG will contact playwrights regarding its interest in reading a full manuscript. Berkshire Theatre Group will not read unsolicited manuscripts. Visit http://www.berkshiretheatregroup.org/about/employment/script-submissionsfor guidelines and to apply. Rolling Admissions


Thespian Production (New York, NY) – Seeking 10-15 minute plays in any genre with simple sets and a maximum of 4 characters. Submit script with title page containing full author contact information, a synopsis, setting, and character breakdown. They are also seeking one-act and full-length Gospel plays. NOTE: Electronic submissions only. NO FEE. Thespian Production, submissions@thespianproduction.com, www.thespianproduction.com Next Deadline: Ongoing


**Lady Plays Podcast** (NYC and everywhere!) - Lady Plays Podcast, a monthly podcast dramatizing new plays by women, is accepting submissions for future podcast episodes. Each episode will consist of a "staged" reading of the play and an optional interview with the playwright. Plays that will easily translate to a "radio" medium and that feature 5 characters or less will take priority at first as the podcast logistics get settled. Plays of all length and style will be considered, writers may submit more than one script. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, and can be emailed to ladyplayspodcast@gmail.com. Rolling submissions.


**Canadian Women in the Literary Arts Call for Essays** - Seeking any topic pertaining to the literary arts, by Canadian female writers of any genre. Accepted essays will be published on the CWILA website and receive a $150 honorarium. Submissions should include a bio (50 words) and either the complete essay or a short description (250 words) of the proposed work, all in PDF format. Visit www.cwila.com/wordpress/call–for–essays for more information. Submission is ongoing.


Urban Stages Emerging Playwright Award (New York, NY) – Seeking full-length plays on any topic, but particularly plays that are innovative and touch on social issues. Plays must require 7 actors or fewer. Submit script, author bio, character breakdown, and a brief description or synopsis of the play, along with a SASE for response. Submitted plays must not have been produced in New York City. NOTE: Postal mail submissions only. NO FEE. Urban Stages, 555 Eighth Ave., RM 1800, New York, NY 10018.http://urbanstages.org/submissions/.  Submissions are ongoing.


Onstage
##Tuskegee Airmen Stage Play (New York, NY) - Seeking seven African-American men for various roles (one narrator, six airmen) ages 20-40. The play is a story told in narrative of six men embarking upon a journey to become pilots in the United States Army Air Corps. The play explores their collective struggle with Jim Crow, their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive fair society, and brotherhood. It is a perfect vehicle to entertain, inspire and add perspective to a rarely heard chapter in American history. The play literally goes beyond the headlines of the popular stories of the Tuskegee Airmen and exposes the men who exhibited the courage to excel, in spite of all the overwhelming odds against them. If you have auditioned for this play recently we have your information on file no need to double submit. Rehearsals are mornings beginning July 12 10am - 1pm. Seeking actors with extensive theatre training, as this is not a show for beginners. Actors must be in top physical shape. The play has a lot of movement.  Must be able to do 30 Pushups. Military experience is a plus but not necessary.  Pay rate $50/performance.


The Murder Mystery Company (New Orleans, LA) - Casting local theatrical/improv actors in New Orleans for The Murder Mystery Company. Company states: "TMMC has been active in the national theater community for over ten years and is third in record ticket sales in the US. Our shows run year round with a multitude of fun themes changing periodically to give our repeat customers something new to look forward to." Pays a base of $75/per performance via direct deposit. Company states: "We also reimburse gas and pay for travel expenses. If you choose to travel to a non-local performance we will handle flights and lodging." Auditions July 7, 2015 in NOLA


Shakespeare Theatre Company of DC (Washington, DC) - Seeking new actors (male and female) for Shakespeare Theatre Company of DC. Resident Casting Director, Carter Wooddell, is looking to meet new actors (male and female) and become more familiar with the work of actors she already knows in the community, for upcoming projects at the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Auditions held July 10 in Washington, DC. Submit via Backstage: http://www.backstage.com/casting/shakespeare-theatre-company-of-dc-76622/


Backstage
Reel Jobs NYC (NYC) - Reel Jobs List is a free job listing, which is limited to job opportunities in the film, television and theatre industries. It is published by the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting each Monday.  It can be downloaded in PDF format or picked up at our offices at 1697 Broadway in New York City between 9am and 5pm weekdays.  In the case of a public holiday falling on a Monday, the listing will be available on Tuesday. The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting (MOFTB) accepts job listings by email only, which must be submitted using this email form.  The weekly deadline for filing new announcements is Thursday at 12/noon for the following week's Reel Jobs NYC.  Your free listing will run for one week.  If you would like the listing to run longer, please re-submit your listing for each week that you would like it to run.  The MOFTB is not responsible for changes in listings not reported to us.  The MOFTB reserves the right to edit and/or modify submitted listings, and has final approval for all listings. PDF format here: http://www.nyc.gov/html/film/html/jobs_training/reel_jobs_list.shtml.


Senior Director, Marketing and Public Relations at NJPAC (NJ) - New Jersey Performing Arts Center is seeking a strategic senior public relations and communications professional to oversee the continued development and active management of the company’s public relations and communications efforts. The Senior Director of Public Relations will be responsible for leading, driving and implementing all public relations efforts and communications for NJPAC, which include but are not limited to the Arts Education Programs, Development, Programming, Community Engagement, Real Estate Development and overall branding of the institution. The primary objectives for this individual will be to narrate the brand, protect NJPAC’s reputation and raise awareness of the company’s unique program offerings.  This person will work closely with members of the Senior Management Team, as well as external public relations consultant focused on specific performances, diverse markets and crisis communications. Apply via International Arts Manager: http://jobs.internationalartsmanager.com/jobs/view/prmedia_sdirector


Funding
**Zion’s Bank Smart Women Grants** – Grants up to $3,000 to female residents of Utah or Idaho to support “the efforts of everyday heroines who strengthen women, children, and their communities.” Grants are awarded in 5 categories, including arts and culture. Submit application form (available on website), mission statement (how your application relates to the mission of the program), statement of purpose (clearly describe the focus, goals, and general direction of work or project, including artistic objectives), detailed description of project (including an explanation of how the grant will advance development of your work), proposed use of grant funds, plan for measuring performance and results, financial data and need (including list of other sources of funding), and supporting documents and work samples. See website for application form and complete guidelines. Smart Women Grants, Zion’s Bank – Women’s Financial Group, One South Main, 11th Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84133, T: (801) 844-7996, womensfinancial@zionsbank.com, https://www.zionsbank.com/swsm_grant.jsp?cid=2376. Deadline: July 6, 2015


Alliance for California Traditional Arts Living Cultures Grants Program – Funds nonprofit organizations to support exemplary projects in traditional arts in California with grants of up to $7,500 (most grants are $5,000 or under). Projects may include public presentations (community-based concerts, festivals, exhibitions), workshops and gatherings, equipment and materials purchases, youth-focused learning projects in the folk and traditional arts, documentation of traditional arts, media publications, and more. First-time applicants encouraged; Spanish language assistance is also available. See website for complete guidelines and application. Contact: Lily Kharrazi, Living Cultures Grants Program Manager, T: (415) 346-5200, lilyk@actaonline.org, http://www.actaonline.org/content/living-cultures-grants-program. Deadline: July 15, 2015


Fleishhacker Foundation Small Arts Grants for Bay Area Arts Organizations – Grants of up to $10,000 in support of programs in a range of disciplines, including dance, film and media arts, interdisciplinary arts, music, theatre, and visual arts. Grants may be used for artists’ fees, production costs, exhibition/installation costs, and projects that advance the organization’s overall artistic development. Open to organizations with annual budgets between $100,000 and $750,000 that are based in and offer programming in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Download application from website and submit via postal mail. Fleishhacker Foundation, PO Box 29918, San Francisco, CA 94129-0918, T: (415) 561-5350, www.fleishhackerfoundation.org/grants/small-arts-grants/. Deadline: July 15, 2015


NEA Art Works Grants – Supports the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, public engagement with diverse and excellent art, lifelong learning in the arts, and the strengthening of communities through the arts with grants from $10,000-$100,000 to organizations. Open to Arts Education projects that have lifelong learning in the arts as their primary outcome. Innovative projects are strongly encouraged. This deadline is specifically for school-based projects that are directly connected to the school curriculum and instructional program. Activities may take place in or outside the school building at any time of day, including after-school and summer programs. Application must be submitted through the NEA website; allow ample time to prepare the application and deal with technical difficulties that frequently arise on the site. See website for complete guidelines. National Endowment for the Arts, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20506, http://arts.gov/grants-organizations/art-works/arts-education. Deadline: July 24, 2015


Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grants – Supports and assists artists at various stages in their careers with grants of $2,000-$10,000 to encourage creative development and career building opportunities. Open to artists in all disciplines who reside in Minnesota. For full guidelines and application, see website. Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grants, Park Square Court, Ste. 200, 400 Sibley St., Saint Paul, MN, Kathee Foran, Program Officer, T: (651) 215-1626, Kathee.Foran@arts.state.mn.us, http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/artist-initiative.htm. Deadline: August 7, 2015 (visual and media arts)


**Open Meadows Foundation Grants** – Funding to individuals and to nonprofit organizations for projects that are led by and benefit women. Grants of up to $2,000 support projects that are designed and implemented by women and girls; reflect diversity of community served by project in both its leadership and organization; promote building community power; promote racial, social, economic, and environmental justice; and have limited financial access or have encountered obstacles in search for funding. In addition to general grants, Open Meadows has 6 special targeted funds: the Jeanne Meurer Indigenous Women’s Fund; the Ellen Dougherty Activist Fund for Young Women; the Edie Windsor Fund for Old Lesbians; the India Fund; the Patsy Lu Fund for Women’s Music Projects; and the Susan F. Eastman Fund for Environmental Activists. Organizational budget should not exceed $150,000; small and start-up organizations strongly encouraged to apply. Open Meadows Foundation, PO Box 1363, Bronx, NY 10475, T: (718) 885-0969, openmeadows@igc.org, www.openmeadows.org. Deadline: August 15, 2015


South Arts Southern Fast Track Touring Grants – Provides smaller presenting organizations in South Arts’ nine-state region (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee) with fee support to present performing artists and writers from outside the presenter’s state. Grants will be awarded for theater, music, opera, musical theater, literary, and dance projects that contain both a public performance or reading and an educational component. Only nonprofit and governmental presenting organizations in South Arts’ nine-state region are eligible to apply. Applicant organizations must have operating budgets of $150,000 or less (for the last completed fiscal year), and projects must take place between July 1, 2014, and June 30, 2015. The maximum request is 50 percent of the artist fee, up to $2,500. The minimum grant request is $500. Applications must be submitted online at least sixty days prior to the project start date. See website for complete guidelines and application. South Arts Southern Fast Track Touring Grants, 1800 Peachtree St., Ste. 808, Atlanta, GA 30309, Contact: Nikki Estes, T: (404) 874-7244 x16, http://www.southarts.org/grants/apply-for-a-grant/southern-fast-track-touring/. Deadline: Rolling; submit at least 60 days prior to project start date


Residencies
##Harold Clurman Playwrights-In-Residence Program (Stella Adler, NYC) - The Stella Adler Studio of Acting is seeking applications from playwrights of color for the 2015-2016 Harold Clurman Playwright-in-Residence program. This is a collaborative residency that is mutually beneficial to the mission of the studio and the playwright. We are seeking playwrights who: - self-identify as people of color - are in their early careers - are unpublished - have not yet had professional productions other than those using the showcase code - have a vested interest in working with a community of artists - are interested in engaging in a discussion about how the studio can support and challenge their work. While this is a merit-based residency search, we are particularly interested in diversity – diverse writers, voices, viewpoints, perspectives. The studio is interested in co-designing a residency with the playwright that will support and challenge their process. Residencies typically begin in September and culminate in June.  Resident playwrights receive a $1000 stipend and have access to the Studio’s space, members of the Clurman Lab Theatre Company, and student actors for readings and workshops. Completed applications must include a required online application form AND a full-length, polished but unpublished play (a full-length play is one that constitutes a full evening of theater; a 90-minute one act play is acceptable). Playwrights must read and agree to the Letter of Agreement before applying. By applying for this residency, playwrights confirm that they have read and agree to the Letter of Agreement. Your play submission should be “blind”. The cover page should ONLY include the title of your play. Your name should not be anywhere on the blinded script.  This copy will be shared with the committee of play readers who will not know the authors of the plays they are reading. For more guidelines and to submit, visit http://www.stellaadler.com/cultural-center/playwrights-division/. Deadline: July 6, 2015
Yaddo (year-round, Saratoga Springs, NY) – Residencies of an average of 5 weeks for writers, media artists, visual artists and performing artists working at the professional level in their fields. Facilities include dance/choreography studios, exhibition/installation spaces, metal shop, music studio, and performing arts space. Residency provides housing, meals, studio, travel assistance, and materials stipend. Artists responsible for additional materials or travel costs. FEE: $30 plus fee for media uploads. Yaddo, P.O. Box 395, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, T: (518) 584-0746, FAX: (518) 584-1312, yaddo@yaddo.org, www.yaddo.org. Deadline: August 1, 2015

Hawthornden Castle (Midlothian, Scotland) – International 1-month retreats for creative writers of all types from anywhere in the world to work without disturbance. Residency provides individual room/study in shared house and meals. Artist responsible for travel. Applicants must be published writers. Contact them for application instructions. NO FEE. Hawthornden Castle, Lasswade, Midlothian, EH18 1EG Scotland, United Kingdom, T: +44 131 4402180, FAX: +44 131 440 1989, http://www.transartists.org/air/hawthornden-castle.  Deadline: Ongoing
Banff Literary Arts Self Directed Writing Residency (Banff, Alberta) - The Banff Literary Arts Self Directed Writing Residency is a retreat for writers looking for focus and inspiration. Writers in all genres are invited to apply. Applications are evaluated through an adjudicated process. Minimum residency length is three days. Participants are housed in single rooms which also serve as their private workspaces. For more information:www.banffcentre.ca/programs. Submission is ongoing.

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