To apply, please email [email protected] by February 28th with the subject line "Black History Scholarship." Please attach a writing sample of any genre or topic (500-2,000) as well as a paragraph explaining how this scholarship would benefit you. Scholarships can be applied to any of our six-week workshops, in-person or online.
Peyton Burgess lives in New Orleans, where he teaches English at Loyola University and works in the Monroe Library as an Instructional Designer. His work has appeared in McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Tin House online, Autre, Salon, and Chicago Quarterly Review, among others. He’s the author of the short story collection The Fry Pans Aren’t Sufficing. You can find more about him here.