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11th Lamiraw Creative Writing Workshop Accepting Fellowship Applications



Do you want to hone your creative writing skills by listening to critics?

Check out 11th Lamiraw Creative Writing Workshop and be in Samar for free! This is a chance for you to explore a new place, meet new people, and improve your creative juices. For me, workshops are beneficial to a writer's journey since this allows you to know which of the things you do works for them and what you can do to improve it.

Sa mga Bisaya diha nakong amigo ug amiga, panahon na ni nga makaadto kag Samar. Suwayi lang. Wala ta kahibaw, makatsamba diay ang imong kamaayo!

By the way, there will surely be food and drinks. You will definitely enjoy this!


Check out the news info I've got from my friends who love words:


The 11th Lamiraw Creative Writing Workshop calls for applications to a 3-day writing fellowship on November 26-28, 2014 at Northwest Samar State University (NwSSU), Calbayog City, Samar.
Panelists invited in said workshop are Prof. Merlie M. Alunan, Ms. Daryll Delgado, Ms. Yvonne Esperas, Ms. Jennibeth Loro, Ms. Janis Claire Salvacion, and Mr. Dante Rosales.
Fifteen slots are at stake: 3 for Sebuano, 8 Waray, 2 English and 2 Inabaknon. Writers are required to submit either of the two: 2 flash fictions or 1 ‘full-length’ short story. Applicants must submit their works in MS Word format, Times New Roman, Font 12.Deadline of submission is on November 15, 2014. Email your short stories along with the official application form to lamiraw@yahoo.com and haroldmercurio@yahoo.com.
Fellows who will qualify to the selection process will avail themselves of free transportation, board and lodging, and workshop materials. This activity is funded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
For inquiry, please contact Mr. Phil Harold L. Mercurio, workshop director, at 09167569693.

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