French residency for developing writers
Writers who are keen to develop their career and who think they would benefit from two months' residence at an international arts centre in France are invited to apply for next year's Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award. Successful applicants for the award win the chance to live and work in the Hotel Chevillon at Grez-sur-Loing, where Robert Louis Stevenson made several visits in the 1870s. Initiated nine years ago, the award is run jointly by the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish Arts Council. For more information, and an entry form, see our Awards page.
5 June 2003