£1.2million of National Lottery Funding has been awarded through Creative Scotland Open Project Funding in May 2018.
54 recipients received between £1,457 and £90,000, supporting individual artists, musicians, writers, theatre makers, festivals and organisations working across the arts, screen and creative industries.
Congratulations to the following organisations and individuals receiving funding in May 2018 for Literature:
Bloody Scotland, the Caledonian Crime Writing Festival (21-23 September 2018) has received funding towards its programme. The annual festival furthers the development of Scottish crime writing by bringing together leading Scottish and international writers, showcasing debut voices, encouraging new writing and introducing the best of the genre to audiences and readers.
Glasgow-based publisher Vagabond Voices has received funding towards its 2018-19 publishing programme. This will include a series of books over a wide range of activities, to help authors of innovative and non-genre works to start or re-establish their literary careers.
For funding information on the other cultural sectors, read the announcement on Creative Scotland’s website.Tags: Bloody Scotland, Creative Scotland, Literature, Open Project Funding, Vagabond Voices