Logan Nonfiction Program now accepting applications

Are you a journalist, blogger, historian or researcher who would like to write/finish/perfect an important work of non-fiction?
The Logan Non-Fiction program at the Carey Institute in upstate New York could be the perfect place for you. It was for me. I wrote the first draft of my forthcoming book on James Angleton there

The Logan Nonfiction Program seeks to strengthen democracy and contribute to an engaged and informed public by supporting fact-based reporting on social, economic, environmental, and political topics. Selected fellows assemble at the Institute for periods of five weeks to three months to work on books, articles, films, and multimedia pieces whose socially relevant subjects advance dialogue on the most pressing issues of the day.

Source: Logan Nonfiction Program Opens Spring 2018 Applications – Carey Institute for Global Good

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