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The Creative Fellowship program invites poets, writers, translators, visual artists, composers, and scholars to propose creative projects that would benefit from the resources available in the Woodberry Poetry Room.

The fellowship includes: a stipend of $5,000, access to the Woodberry Poetry Room and its collections, and research support from the WPR curatorial staff. Thanks to the generosity of the T. S. Eliot Foundation, the fellowship recipient will also receive a one-week residency to work on their project at the T. S. Eliot House in Gloucester, Massachusetts. The residency may be scheduled between May-October of the fellowship year, but does not have to coincide with your research visit to Harvard. 

There is no minimum-stay requirement for your Harvard visit. The fellow's Harvard ID is active for one year, allowing for a great deal of flexibility in terms of scheduling. It is hoped that the $5,000 stipend (which is the comprehensive honorarium for individual and collaborative recipients) will help to offset travel and lodging costs.

For additional information, please visit the WPR Creative Fellowship website.

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