Logan Nonfiction Hybrid Fellowship Program for Media Professionals in USA 2022
The Logan Nonfiction Hybrid Fellowship Program for Media Professionals in the United States in 2022 is being offered by the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation in collaboration with the Carey Institute for Global Good.
Nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters, and multimedia innovators may apply for the Logan Nonfiction Program, which is a hybrid fellowship.
In two classes of 10-12 fellows each year, the fellowship mixes virtual and in-person training.
Worth of Award for Logan Nonfiction Hybrid Fellowship
- A travel stipend is offered to help defray the expenses of the fellow’s travel to and from upstate New York.
- The in-person itinerary for fellows will include:
- Workshopping at the Carey Institute’s breakout meeting rooms with professional mentors.
- On the 100-acre grounds, there will be peer-to-peer feedback sessions.
- Intimate fireside conversations with award-winning media creators in the historic houses on campus.
- The Institute’s auditorium hosts film screenings.
- On-campus social events at the Carriage House Restaurant.
- Free time for trekking, solitude, or work hours in silence.
- On-campus, fellows have their own rooms with ensuite toilets and are supplied with all meals.
- Additional workshopping with mentors, peer-to-peer feedback exchanges, social events, targeted coworking sessions, and both organized and casual chats with journalism and nonfiction specialists are all included in the virtual residency.
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The Logan Nonfiction Program welcomes work from the following genres:
- Nonfiction writers and journalists.
- Documentary filmmakers.
- Podcasters and radio reporters.
- Multimedia creators.
- To apply, applicants must be working on a long-form project (e.g.: an article, book, film, podcast, etc.). The project must be entirely nonfiction, with sources based on in-depth interviews and original research.
- Conflict and security; democracy and governance; education; environment and climate change; food security; gender, race, sexual orientation, disability, and intersectionality; globalization; health; inequality and exclusion; media and journalism; social justice; and sustainability and resilience are all welcome.
- Creators at all phases of production are welcome to participate, from drafting an outline to finishing a final draft, or from storyboarding a story to finishing a final cut. Fellows are required to commit to a plan of action for what they aim to accomplish throughout the program, regardless of their state of completion (with the understanding that the work plan may be revised following the commencement of the fellowship and first expert mentoring session).
How to Apply for the Logan Nonfiction Hybrid Fellowship
All applications should be made online via the official website.
Deadline: Applications for 2022 fellowship classes are open through December 15, 2021.