As part of the District's vision to serve as an incubator for the arts and further our mission of "connecting communities to inspiration for life", the High Plains Library District Foundation (HPLD Foundation) is proud to announce our 2017 Writer in Residence program.
The Goal of the High Plains Library District Foundation's Writer in Residence program is to support the creative process of one Weld County writer during a 6-month time period so they may complete a manuscript with the intent to publish.
The resident's work can be of any style or genre but must be related to Weld County in subject matter. Applicants must reside within the High Plains Library District boundaries (see map), must be an HPLD cardholder, must be at least 18 years of age, and must be willing to commit to all associated duties of the residency.
These duties include:
In order to insure the fairness of our blind judging process, please refrain from using your name in all application materials.
- Appear at HPLD events
- Work with HPLD staff to develop relevant programming
- Work with social media manager to create online content (blog, posts)
- Agree to MOU
- Commit to 6 continuous months in 2017
The application will close March 10
More information on the residency can be found at: www.mylibrary.us/foundation/writer-in-residence
Contact Rochelle Mitchell Miller with further questions
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