DEADLINE: Logan Nonfiction Program Fellowships

Event Date: 
October 15, 2018

Logan Nonfiction Program Accepting Applications for Spring 2019 Fellowship

Application Deadline: October 15

To Apply:

The Logan Nonfiction Program is currently accepting applications from writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters and multimedia reporters currently at work on a longform project for its Spring 2019 class of fellows. The program seeks to assemble a diverse and inclusive community of fellows working on socially relevant political, health, environmental, human rights and justice topics. 

Fellows receive lodging, meals, professional guidance and community for 5-10 weeks on the Carey Institute for Global Good’s historic campus in upstate New York. The mission of the Logan Nonfiction Program is to support democracy by advancing independent journalistic inquiry and investigation. The program has three primary goals: supporting ethically uncompromised accountability in journalism; advocating for and promoting independent nonfiction in the U.S and globally; and increasing the professional skills and expertise of journalists and nonprofit reporting organizations so their work is amplified and has positive impact.

The Logan Nonfiction Program is the leading fellowship program in the United States that exclusively supports long-form nonfiction. Since its inception in 2015, it has directly supported more than 100 journalists from around the world, many of whom have now moved on to publish their work as a result of the program. Alumni include such award-winning journalists and filmmakers as Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Daniel Ellsberg, Rania Abouzeid, Shane Bauer, Gary Knight and Laura Checkoway.

Applications for the Logan Nonfiction Program’s Spring 2019 class will be accepted until October 15, 2018. All long-form creators are encouraged to apply on the Carey Institute’s website. Questions should be directed to

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