The Speculative Literature Foundation (SLF) is looking for jurors to read applications for the Working Class Writers’ Grant, which aims to “assist writers of speculative literature to working class, blue-collar, poor, and homeless writers who have been historically underrepresented in speculative fiction, due to the financial barriers which have made it much harder for them to have access to the writing world.”
SLF is a non-profit arts foundation, focused on the speculative literature community. Jurors should be “well read in speculative fiction, but we’d also like a mix of readers, writers, librarians, teachers, editors, etc. who are capable of judging literary quality in a work.”
Applications should be sent to Catherine Lin at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: JUROR. For details, see their post.
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