A wonderful opportunity here for Black poets from African, Caribbean, Afro-Latinx, and African-American heritage. This retreat in April will offer an opportunity to network with agents, publishers, and provide vast industry opportunities. The closing date for applications is 31 January.
The good people at Aitken Alexander Associates want to begin the year with some exciting discoveries and would like to hear from new and emerging writers with no restrictions as to type of book or author. Please read their submission guidelines by clicking on this post to learn more.
All 7 panel events from Cultureword’s Black Writers Conference are available to watch. Featuring eminent and emerging Global Majority writers discussing the challenges they have faced and overcome in their writing journeys. Hear how Jennifer Makumbi, author of The First Woman, resisted demands to cater for a Western readership; personal stories and reflections from queer poets afshan d’souza-lodhi and Seni Seneviratne; expat experiences from writer Divya Ghelani who lives in Berlin & so much more. To watch, click on this post.