Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowships

The Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowship allows a select group of undergraduate writers working in poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction the opportunity to further their study of craft with a 10-day residency at Bennington’s MFA in Writing program.

Undergraduate Writing Fellowships Announced

We’re delighted to announce the recipients of the Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowships for 2022. We will be awarding three fellowships in total: one each in fiction, nonfiction, and in poetry. We are also announcing the alternates in each genre, who will take part in the June MFA residency on campus if the fellowship recipient cannot attend.

The Fellowship recipients are: 

Amadea Bartle ‘22 for fiction
Josephine Gawtry ‘23 for poetry
Grace Crouthamel ‘23 for nonfiction

The alternates are:

Sarah Lore ‘23 for fiction
Car Simione ‘23 for poetry
Elizabeth Quincy ‘22 for nonfiction

The Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowship program allows a select group of undergraduate writers working in poetry, fiction, or literary nonfiction the opportunity to further their study of craft with a 10-day on campus residency at Bennington’s MFA in Writing program. The Undergraduate Writing Fellows will receive a one-on-one manuscript consultation with a member of the MFA program’s distinguished faculty, and will take part in the full program of readings, lectures, craft sessions, and classes the residency offers to MFA candidates.

For more information on the Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowship program or questions on how to apply, please contact faculty coordinator Benjamin Anastas.

Questions?

For more information on the Catherine Morrison Golden '55 P'80 Undergraduate Writing Fellowship program or questions on how to apply, please contact faculty coordinator Benjamin Anastas.​​​​​​