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call for applications
The Al Purdy A-Frame Residency Program offers writers and poets the opportunity to live and work in a place of literary and historic significance, poet Al Purdy's house by Roblin Lake near Ameliasburgh, Ontario.
Writers who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents may apply for a term of from two to twelve weeks. Those awarded residency receive a $750 weekly stipend and are free to spend their time writing. For each month of their stay, residents are asked to participate in one public activity such as a reading, lecture, workshop, or school event.
Go to www.alpurdy.ca for details. Applications close October 18.