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  • crwropps@aol.com
    http://www.bard.edu/bfp/ BARD FICTION PRIZE Bard College invites submissions for its annual Fiction Prize for young writers. The Bard Fiction Prize is awarded
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 18, 2007
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      BARD FICTION PRIZE
      Bard College invites submissions for its annual Fiction Prize for young
      writers.

      The Bard Fiction Prize is awarded annually to a promising, emerging writer
      who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of
      application.
      In addition to the monetary award, the winner receives an appointment as
      writer-in-residence at Bard College for one semester without the expectation
      that
      he or she teach traditional courses. The recipient will give at least one
      public lecture and will meet informally with students.
      The creation of the Bard Fiction Prize, presented each October to a promising
      young fiction writer, can be viewed as a continuation of Bard’s long-standing
      position as a center for creative, groundbreaking literary work by both
      faculty and students. From Saul Bellow, William Gaddis, Mary McCarthy, and
      Ralph
      Ellison to John Ashbery, Philip Roth, William Weaver, and Chinua Achebe, Bard’
      s
      literature faculty, past and present, represent some of the most important
      American writers of our time. The prize is intended to encourage and support
      young writers of fiction to pursue their creative goals and to provide an
      opportunity to work in a fertile and intellectual environment.

      2007 Bard Fiction Prize Recipient:
      Peter Orner

      To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining the project they
      plan to work on while at Bard and submit a C.V., along with three copies of
      the published book they feel best represents their work. No manuscripts will
      be
      accepted. Applications must be received by July 15, 2007. Please send
      applications to the address given below.
      For further information about the Bard Fiction Prize,
      call 845-758-7087 or send an e-mail to
      bfp(at)bard.edu (replace (at) with @).
      Applicants may also request information by writing to the
      Bard Fiction Prize at the address below:
      Bard College, PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000



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    • AllisonJ
      The Bard Fiction Prize http://www.bard.edu/bfp/ is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 30 8:13 AM
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        The Bard Fiction Prize
        http://www.bard.edu/bfp/
        is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of application. In addition to the monetary award, the winner receives an appointment as writer in residence at Bard College for one semester, without the expectation that he or she teach traditional courses. The recipient gives at least one public lecture and meets informally with students.

        2012 Bard Fiction Prize Recipient:
        Benjamin Hale
        The creation of the Bard Fiction Prize, presented each October, continues Bard's long-standing position as a center for creative, groundbreaking literary work by both faculty and students. From Saul Bellow, William Gaddis, Mary McCarthy, and Ralph Ellison to John Ashbery, Philip Roth, William Weaver, and Chinua Achebe, Bard's literature faculty, past and present, represents some of the most important writers of our time. The prize is intended to encourage and support young writers of fiction to pursue their creative goals and provide an opportunity to work in a fertile and intellectual environment.

        Bard College invites submissions for its
        annual Fiction Prize for Young Writers.
        To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining the project they plan to work on while at Bard and submit a C.V., along with three copies of the published book they feel best represents their work. No manuscripts will be accepted. Applications for the 2013 prize must be received by July 15, 2012.


        Contact the Bard
        Fiction Prize:
        Address: Bard College,
        PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504
        Phone: 845-758-7087
        E-mail: <bfp(atbard.edu> (replace (at) with @)
      • crwropps@aol.com
        The Bard Fiction Prize http://www.bard.edu/bfp/ is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of
        Message 3 of 5 , Jul 11, 2012
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          The Bard Fiction Prize
          http://www.bard.edu/bfp/
          is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of application. In addition to the monetary award, the winner receives an appointment as writer in residence at Bard College for one semester, without the expectation that he or she teach traditional courses. The recipient gives at least one public lecture and meets informally with students.


          The creation of the Bard Fiction Prize, presented each October, continues Bard’s long-standing position as a center for creative, groundbreaking literary work by both faculty and students. From Saul Bellow, William Gaddis, Mary McCarthy, and Ralph Ellison to John Ashbery, Philip Roth, William Weaver, and Chinua Achebe, Bard’s literature faculty, past and present, represents some of the most important writers of our time. The prize is intended to encourage and support young writers of fiction to pursue their creative goals and provide an opportunity to work in a fertile and intellectual environment.
          Bard College invites submissions for its
          annual Fiction Prize for Young Writers.
          To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining the project they plan to work on while at Bard and submit a C.V., along with three copies of the published book they feel best represents their work. No manuscripts will be accepted. Applications for the 2013 prize must be received by July 15, 2012.

          Contact the Bard
          Fiction Prize:
          Address: Bard College,
          PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504
          Phone: 845-758-7087
          E-mail: bfp@... <bfp(at)bard.edu>


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        • AllisonJ
          Bard Fiction Prize http://www.bard.edu/bfp/ What Is the Bard Fiction Prize? The Bard Fiction Prize is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an
          Message 4 of 5 , May 20, 2013
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            Bard Fiction Prize

            http://www.bard.edu/bfp/
            What Is the Bard Fiction Prize?

            The Bard Fiction Prize is awarded to a promising, emerging writer who is an American citizen aged 39 years or younger at the time of application. In addition to the monetary award, the winner receives an appointment as writer in residence at Bard College for one semester, without the expectation that he or she teach traditional courses. The recipient gives at least one public lecture and meets informally with students.
            2013 Bard Fiction Prize Recipient:
            Brian Conn

            About the Bard Fiction Prize

            The creation of the Bard Fiction Prize, presented each October, continues Bard's long-standing position as a center for creative, groundbreaking literary work by both faculty and students. From Saul Bellow, William Gaddis, Mary McCarthy, and Ralph Ellison to John Ashbery, Philip Roth, William Weaver, and Chinua Achebe, Bard's literature faculty, past and present, represents some of the most important writers of our time. The prize is intended to encourage and support young writers of fiction to pursue their creative goals and provide an opportunity to work in a fertile and intellectual environment. Last year's Bard Fiction Prize was awarded to writer Benjamin Hale for his book, The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore (Twelve, 2011).
            Bard Invites Submissions for Its Annual Fiction Prize for Young Writers

            To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining the project they plan to work on while at Bard and submit a C.V., along with three copies of the published book they feel best represents their work. No manuscripts will be accepted. Applications for the 2014 prize must be received by July 15, 2013. For information about the Bard Fiction Prize, call 845-758-7087, send an e-mail to bfp@..., or visit www.bard.edu/bfp. Applicants may also request information by writing to the Bard Fiction Prize, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000.
          • aejos
            Bard Invites Submissions for Its Annual Fiction Prize for Young Writers http://www.bard.edu/bfp/ To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining
            Message 5 of 5 , Jun 19, 2013
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              Bard Invites Submissions for Its Annual Fiction Prize for Young Writers
              http://www.bard.edu/bfp/


              To apply, candidates should write a cover letter explaining the project they plan to work on while at Bard and submit a C.V., along with three copies of the published book they feel best represents their work. No manuscripts will be accepted. Applications for the 2014 prize must be received by July 15, 2013. For information about the Bard Fiction Prize, call 845-758-7087, send an e-mail to bfpATbardDOTedu, or visitwww.bard.edu/bfp. Applicants may also request information by writing to the Bard Fiction Prize, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000.

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