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Big THANK YOU to Rhode Island Monthly

8 Aug

We’d like to give a big THANK YOU to Rhode Island Monthly for recognizing the work of Frequency Writers with an Editors’ Pick 2017 Best of Rhode Island award!

We couldn’t have done it without the helping hands of all our collaborators, supporters, and courageous writers in the community.

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Administrative assistant, MacKenzie Abernethy, accepts the 2017 RI Best award on behalf of Frequency Writers.

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MacKenzie Abernethy celebrates with fellow RI Best award winners of National Parks Services.

 

Apply for a scholarship! (Deadline January 20)

4 Jan

Frequency has four more $200 scholarships available! If you’d like to apply, just send us a writing sample by January 20, 2013. Fine print:

  • Anyone can apply.
  • Your writing sample can be in any genre. It must be no more than 5 pages.
  • Please don’t put your name on it. We have a small team of readers who’d prefer that all writers remain anonymous. All that will count is awesomeness.
  • But! Please be sure to include the title of your work(s) in your email to us.
  • PDF’s only, please. Really, just PDF’s.
  • Send your PDF file by January 20 to frequencyprovidence@gmail.com.
  • Winners will be announced via email by January 23.
  • Scholarships can be applied to any Frequency class through August 2013.

Also, if you appreciate how we’re always, you know, trying to make writing classes more accessible to everyone, and you kind of feel moved to get in on that action, we’re happy to accept donations of scholarship money. Bonus: If you donate $80 or more, you can name a scholarship pretty much anything you want, like In Memory of [Dead Grandma]. Or the Alice Munro Wingding Deluxe. Or Eggplant. You could call yours the Alan Shawn Feinstein. We’re pretty open here. The point is, we like helping people learn how to write better and have fun doing it, and we like to keep pesky old money from getting in the way whenever we can.

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