CLNZ / NZSA Research Grants 2019

NZSA / CLNZ Research Grants 2019 open now

Job details

Organisation
New Zealand Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc)
Closes
26 Jul 2019
Region
National
Work type
Awards, grants & residencies
Work classification
Literature & Publishing

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The 2019 Research Grants are proudly bought to you by the New Zealand Society of Authors (NZSA) and Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ) to support New Zealand writers by providing assistance to writers who wish to undertake research for a fiction or non-fiction writing project.

Applications for 2019 opened 21 June

  • Four $5,000 Research Grants are available;
  • Plus one Research Grant recipient will be selected to also receive a six-week fellowship at the Stout Research Centre at Victoria University Wellington.

The CLNZ/NZSA Stout Centre Research Grant is based in Wellington; the other three grants are the CLNZ/NZSA Open Research Grants.

The Stout Research Centre is at Victoria University in Wellington. The Stout Research Centre generously offers its facilities for a period of six weeks during October / November. SRC offers a lively research environment for postgraduate students, international scholars and independent New Zealand researchers and writers – a great place to be while you utilise your CLNZ/NZSA Research Grant!

Submissions for entries must be made online. Unsuccessful applicants will be advised before the announcement on Friday 6 September. Successful recipients will be contacted directly and will be publicized widely through CLNZ and NZSA media channels.

Deadline for applications is 4pm 26 July.  An application fee of $25 is required to complete application.  This fee helps ensure the sustainable administration of the grants.

How to apply

Read the CLNZ / NZSA Research Grant Guidelines then apply online on the NZSA website.

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NZ Society of Authors

10 Jul 2019

The NZ Society of Authors (PEN NZ Inc) is the principal advocate for the professional interests of New Zealand's writers. Protecting basic rights to freedom of expression, working to improve income and conditions, promoting New Zealand writing and literary culture.