Through the generosity of benefactors, The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing is able to offer the following writing fellowships.
Charles Pick South Asia Writing Fellowship
The Charles Pick Fellowship is dedicated to the memory of the distinguished publisher and literary agent, Charles Pick, whose career began in 1933 and continued until shortly before his death in January 2000. In 2013-14 there will be one Charles Pick Fellowship: the Charles Pick Fellowship for South Asian writers. The Fellow will be resident at the University of East Anglia for six months and receive an award of £10,000.
The David T.K. Wong Creative Writing Fellowship
The David TK Wong Fellowship is a unique and generous annual award of £26,000 to enable a fiction writer who wants to write in English about the Far East. The fellow will spend nine months in the UK, at the University of East Anglia.
The Royal Literary Fund Fellowship
The Royal Literary Fund (RLF) is a charity, founded in 1790, for the relief of poor and distressed authors, but also to aid the advancement of public education.
The School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing is also able to offer a number of Scholarships, Studentships and Awards.