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Morland Writing Scholarship 2017 Shortlist

The Miles Morland Foundation is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2017 Morland Writing Scholarships. Of the twenty-one names, six are from South Africa, four each from Nigeria and Kenya, two from Cameroon and one each from Eritrea, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Gambia and Botswana. It is always difficult to choose the shortlist. The standard of

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MMF Creative Writing Workshop

In July 2017 the Miles Morland Foundation held their first creative writing course. The course was led by Giles Foden, award winning author of ‘The Last King of Scotland’ and Creative Writing Professor at the University of East Anglia. Michela Wrong, the Foundation’s Literary Director, also facilitated several discussions, not least a session on non-fiction

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Announcement of 2017 Morland Writing Scholarships Awards

The Miles Morland Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2017 Morland Writing Scholarships for African writers will open for entries on Friday 30th June. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 31st October 2017. Please see our under Morland Writing Scholarships the tab marked Entry Requirements and FAQs. ​ Last year we were delighted with

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Scholarship Winners

Over the past two years it has supported literary festivals in Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda and Somaliland; cultural initiatives in east, west, central and southern Africa; London’s Film Africa festival, the Caine Prize for African Writing, several African educational initiatives and the new Rhodes scholarships for Africans. The Foundation runs a yearly African writing scholarship scheme,

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Announcement of 2016 Morland Writing Scholarship Winners

Morland Writing Scholarships 2016 We have four brilliant new winners of Morland Writing Scholarships: · Abdul Adan – Somalia · Ayesha Harruna Attah – Ghana · Lidudumalingani Mqombothi – South Africa · Nneoma Ike-Njoku – Nigeria The three fiction winners each receive a grant of ₤18,000 to allow them to take a year off to

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