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The Sydney Review of Books invites applications for the 2019 intake of the JUNCTURE fellowship program for mid-career and established critics.

With the generous support of the Ian Potter Foundation, the Sydney Review of Books is offering three year-long fellowships to mid-career and established Australian literary critics in 2019. Each fellowship recipient will be paid $12,000 over twelve months to write eight longform review essays about new works of Australian and international literature for publication on the Sydney Review of Books.

Fellowships will be awarded on merit by a judging panel comprised of James Ley, Maria Tumarkin and Anthony Uhlmann.

Successful applicants will be required to sign an MOU that commits them to eight regular deadlines over twelve months, beginning in early September 2019. 

Please direct any queries to SRB editor Catriona Menzies-Pike via c.menzies-pike@westernsydney.edu.au.

The JUNCTURE program is generously supported by the Ian Potter Foundation.