Amazon Literary Partnership Reopens for 2023
Not-for-profit literary organisations throughout can apply for funding to support children and young adults in developing their writing skills.
Amazon Literary Partnership has launched its fourth year of funding to provide grants to literary organisations that develop emerging writers, support diversity, celebrate storytelling, and/or build authors’ careers.
Funding is for innovative groups that amplify diverse voices, and strive for a lasting impact on writers’ lives, the literary and publishing communities, and the broader community. Applicants. should be structurally and financially sound; display energy, passion, and reach; have an online presence and an enthusiastic membership or readership.
Previous grant recipients represented institutions large and small, national, and local, and included not-for-profit writing centres, residencies, fellowships, after-school classes, literary magazines, national organizations supporting storytelling and free speech, and internationally acclaimed publishers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
The deadline for applications is 31 January 2023.
(This report was the subject of a GRANTfinder Newsflash.)