Tag: Miles Morland

  • Dro, Tubosun, Masinyana, Ndlovu are Morland Writing Scholars 2018.

    Dro, Tubosun, Masinyana, Ndlovu are Morland Writing Scholars 2018.

    The Morland Writing Scholars 2018 have been announced today, Tuesday, November 27, 2018. The four are Edwige Renee Dro, Kola Tubosun, Sibabalwe Oscar Masinyana, and Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu. The Morland Writing Scholarship is an annual award given to African writers to enable them to work on a manuscript over a year without worrying about an…

  • Morland Writing Scholarships 2018 shortlist announced.

    Morland Writing Scholarships 2018 shortlist announced.

    The Morland Writing Scholarships 2018 shortlist has been announced today with twenty writers from ten African countries in the running. The Morland Writing Scholarship is an annual award given to African writers to enable them to work on a manuscript over a year without worrying about an income. Writers awarded a fiction scholarship will each…

  • Miles Morland Foundation’s new focus at fifth year milestone

    Miles Morland Foundation’s new focus at fifth year milestone

    The Miles Morland Foundation showed up on our shores in 2013 with little fanfare and has since grown to be the most influential literary organisations on the continent. It changes locational focus as it turns five. It wasn’t one of the most auspicious entries into the African literary scene you’ve ever seen. In 2013, an…

  • Miles Morland Writing Scholarships 2017 winners announced

    Miles Morland Writing Scholarships 2017 winners announced

    The wait is over as the winners of the Morland Writing Scholarships 2017 were announced on December 5, 2017. They are Alemseged Tesfai, Bryony Rheam, Elnathan John, Eloghosa Osunde, and Fatima Kola. The judges Ellah Wakatama Allfrey, the Chair, accompanied by Olufemi Terry and Muthoni Garland met on December 4 to decide on the four…

  • Morland Writing scholarships 2016 winners announced

    Morland Writing scholarships 2016 winners announced

    The Morland Writing scholarships 2016 winners have been announced and they are Abdul Adan (Somalia), Ayesha Harruna Attah (Ghana), Lidudumalingani Mqombothi (South Africa), and Nneoma Ike-Njoku (Nigeria). The Judges for this year were, Ellah Wakatama Allfrey, the Chair, accompanied by Olufemi Terry and Muthoni Garland. “We were especially concerned this year to choose scholars whose proposals…