Publishing internships & scholarships available to Ball State writers

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Did you know there’s a writers’ conference in Muncie, Indiana?

Well, now you do.

Thanks to a grant from the Discovery Group, Ball State students can 1.) intern at or 2.) attend this summer’s Midwest Writer’s Workshop, a yearly gathering of agents, editors, publishing professionals, and writers whose mission is to help Midwesterners become published authors. Participants can gain real-world experience and build the kind of credentials that will give them an advantage in their careers.

To get this kind of experience as a college student is unusual. To get it as a college student not in New York City but in Muncie, Indiana is amazing.

There are up to 15 internship spots available. Find out more here: Discovery 2013 Internship

There are up to 10 scholarships available: Find out more here: Midwest Writers Workshop Scholarship.

The deadline for applications in Friday, March 29, 2013 at noon. THE DEADLINE HAS PASSED!

For more information, please talk to the Project Director, Prof. Cathy Day of the English Department at cday ((at)) bsu *d-o-t* edu.

Please note:

  • Even if you don’t get a scholarship, you can still register to attend the conference. It’s very affordable.
  • The internships are for ANY Ball State student, regardless of major. The scholarships are for English majors.
  • Graduate students can apply for both of these opportunities.
  • Students graduating May 2013 are eligible.
  • The 5-page writing sample for the scholarships doesn’t have to be a self-contained piece. It can be the first 5 pages of a 10-page story or a 200-page novel.
You can also grab applications off my office door, 266 Robert Bell!

You can also grab applications off her office door, 266 Robert Bell!

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3 Comments on “Publishing internships & scholarships available to Ball State writers”

  1. […] made a presentation to the members, and in February, I found out I’d been funded. I quickly put out a call for applications, and by April, I’d assembled my […]

  2. […] Professor Cathy Day received an immersive learning grant award from the Discovery Group. Her project, “Publishing + BSU Students,” was funded in the amount of $15,398. The project will allow students to intern at and attend the Midwest Writers Workshop in Muncie this summer. To learn more about this project, you can check out her blog at https://literarycitizenship.com/2013/03/05/publishing/. […]


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