The Miles Morland Foundation has announced its 2018 Scholarship Award shortlist. This year’s list comprises of 20 writers from across the continent. They were selected by Judges: Ellah Allfrey from Zimbabwe, Femi Terry from Sierra Leone and Muthoni Garland from Kenya. Their names were selected from a total of 550 entries.
The 2018 shortlist is as follows:
The Miles Morland Foundation is offering scholarships for African writers. The Morland writing scholarship exists to provide writers the financial freedom to complete an English-language book. Fiction writers whose scholarship applications are successful, will receive a grant, paid monthly over the course of 12 months.
The Scholarships are open to anyone writing in the English language who was born in Africa, or both of whose parents were born in Africa. Check out the links below to find out more about the award and How To Enter.