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Go the Greenway

Fancy a three-month paid writing residency in Greenway, Agatha’s Christie’s holiday home?

Writing Places, a partnership between Literature Works, the National Trust and Poetry Archive, is inviting applications for a writer in residence to support the Writing Places project during May, June and July. The writer will be based at Greenways, Agatha Christie’s holiday home in Devon, and will be paid a stipend of £4,000. The residency does not include accommodation, and there is no travel budget. During the residency, writers will be expected to give two workshops in creative writing/ reading, attend an open day, give four property/visitor engagement activities, contribute three blog entries and support the Writing Places team to promote the house and Writing Places blog, websites and trails.

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