DEADLINE: JANUARY 3, 2022 –Young, versatile and imaginative writers with interest in science fiction can apply for this speculative writing project.
Interested writers must have an understanding of the city of Lagos, its history and evolution, can work with a team and deliver literary and scenic content to specification within a given time frame.
Writers can apply with a one page bio citing their experiences with creative writing/content creation and a two-page sample of their writing that best demonstrates their abilities.
Selected writers will participate in a paid 2-week story / world building workshop in Lagos, in January 2022, followed by a period of 4 months to turn in content as commissioned.
Applications and enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Speculative Fiction Project” as title.
The deadline for applications is January 3, 2022.
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