There is no fee to apply for this residency. Applicants must be able to be in residence in Monson during the entire residency session. Please do not apply unless you can commit to at least one of these residency sessions:

2019 Residency Sessions

Feb 3-March 1; March 3-March 29;  March 31-April 26; April 28-May 24; May 26-June 21; July 21-August 2  (two weeks); Sept 1-27; September 29-October 25; October 27-November 22.

Before applying, please review these details: 

Location

Monson is located at the edge of Maine’s North Woods, 3.5 million acres of forest bordering Canada. It is the last town on the Appalachian Trail before the beginning of the 100-Mile Wilderness that leads to Mount Katahdin.

Eligibility

Please do not apply unless you can commit to at least one of these residency sessions.

Costs
There is no fee apply or to attend this residency. Participants in the month-long residencies receive room, board, and studio space, along with a $1,000 stipend. For the two-week residency, participants will receive a $500 stipend.

Studio and Special Equipment

Basic studio space with desk.

Housing

Residents will be provided a private room with a shared bath.

Meals
Residents will be provided meals during their month-long stay.

Companions
Spouses, partners, and children are not allowed at this residency.

Internet Access

Access to the internet will be available at the residency.

Still interested in applying? Please fill out the short Submittable application via the link below. 

Deadline

All application must be received by October 27

No late applications will be accepted for any reason. 

Questions? 

Contact MWPA executive director Joshua Bodwell at director@mainewriters.org or 207-228-8264.

DEADLINES

2019 Black Fly Writers Retreat April 1, 2019

2019 Harvest Writers Retreat September 1, 2019

*No late applications will be accepted for any reason. 


QUESTIONS? 

Contact MWPA executive director Joshua Bodwell at director@mainewriters.org or 207-228-8264.

Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance