New Clarion West Scholarship for Native American Writers

Blue Corn Creations Underwrites a Native American Scholarship for Clarion West Workshop

Publishing firm Blue Corn Creations has gifted $1,000 to create a scholarship for writers of Native American descent who wish to attend the Clarion West Writers Workshop. Blue Corn Creations owner Rob Schmidt said,

We’re excited about developing the next generation of Native superhero, science fiction, and action/adventure stories. To do that, we also need to develop the next generation of Native writers. This scholarship will help accomplish that.

The scholarship “will help cover tuition, fees, and lodging for one student in 2020” and will be awarded via blind judging. Applications for the 2020 session close on March 1, 2020. For more information, see the Clarion West website.

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