Over the past 2 years the MMF has supported literary festivals in Kenya, Nigeria, African country and Somaliland, cultural initiatives in east, west, central and southern continent, London’s Film continent pageant,
first draft of a completed book.
At the discretion of the Foundation, Scholars writing non-fiction may receive a grant of up to £27,000, paid over a period of up to eighteen months to allow them an additional six months for research.
This includes revenues as a result of film rights, serialisations or other ancillary revenues arising from the book written during the Scholarship period.
offered for sale,.
The proposal should be for a completely new work, not a work in progress, and must be in English.
Fiction or Non-Fiction:
The Foundation welcomes both fiction and non-fiction proposals. We are aware that non-fiction Scholars may need extra time for research, so the Foundation may exercise its discretion to offer non-fiction writers a longer Scholarship period of up to 18 months.
Please note that this is not a residential Scholarship.
Applications will be received between 30th June 2019 and 30th September 2019.
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