The Speculative Literature Foundation has announces the application period for our Gulliver Travel Research Grant is open until September 30. The winner for the grant is expected to be announced by November 15, 2014. The Travel Grant is an award of $800 to be used to cover airfare, lodging, and/or other travel expenses incurred during research for a work of fiction.
The Speculative Literature Foundation has announced the winner of the Gulliver Travel Grant. Shuchi Saraswat has received the $800 grant to travel to elephant sanctuaries to research the relationship between elephants and their caretakers for her multigenerational novel about a Hindu family.
The Speculative Literature Foundation (SLF) has announced the winner of the 2011 Gulliver Travel Grant is Ibi Zoboi. The grant offers Zoboi $800 which she will use to travel to Haiti and the Dominican Republic to research a YA dystopian novel set in both countries.
The Speculative Literature Foundation has announced the winner of their annual Gulliver Grant, presented to help an author travel for research in support of their writing. This year’s winner is Joel Arnold, who will receive $500 to travel to Wyoming and Montana to reseach his steampunk novel Coyote Steam.