We’re excited to announce that the Logan Nonfiction Program is now accepting applications for their Fall 2019 Fellowship. The fellowship is open to journalists, documentary filmmakers, podcasters, photojournalists, and multimedia reporters currently working on a longform project.
The program seeks to assemble a diverse and inclusive community of fellows creating work around socially relevant political, health, environmental, human rights and justice topics. Fellows will receive lodging, meals, professional guidance and community for 5-10 weeks on the Carey Institute for Global Good’s campus in upstate New York.
The Logan Nonfiction program is the leading fellowship program in the United States that exclusively supports long-form nonfiction. 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.