Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Applications for $75,000 fellowship for editorial writers and columnists are due June 22

The Society of Professional Journalists is accepting applications for the Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing, a $75,000 fellowship for mid-career editorial writers and columnists.

The award gives writers the opportunity to study, research, travel and take courses on a public interest topic of their choosing. Farah Stockman, the 2014 Pulliam fellow, went on to win a 2016 Pulitzer Prize for her project "Boston After Busing." Tim Swarens, the 2016 fellow, focused on different aspects of the child sex trade and working toward legislative changes.

Visit the Pulliam Fellowship website for more information on how to apply or contact Abbi Martzall at or 317-920-4791. The deadline for applications is June 22.

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