A minimum of twelve fellowships are open every summer for young writers, all over the country. The first screening panel, composed of members of the Creative Writing Foundation, selects the writing fellows for the summer based on the manuscripts submitted by the applicants. These selected manuscripts are forwarded to the Director of the Workshop, National Artist for Literature Edith L. Tiempo, who does the final screening and formally approves the final lineup of writing fellows.
The writing fellowship covers board and lodging for the full 22 days of the duration of the entire workshop.
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