Reading and Publishing

07Jun
2018
Reading and Publishing

Literary Projects Scheme 2019

Literary Projects Scheme 2019

Grants will be awarded based on comprehensive plans submitted by groups/organisations who wish to develop and promote Irish language literary projects.

Closing date: 12 noon, Monday, 10 September 2018  

Further Information: 

Critéir Measúnaithe Iarratas ar Thionscadail Litríochta – cáiliú do dheontas

Critéir Measúnaithe Iarratas ar Thionscadail Litríochta – cáiliú do dheontasB

Treoirlínte Tionsc Lit 2019

Application Form: 

Please contact Clár na Leabhar Gaeilge at 046 9430419 or by emailing  to request an application form.

Please include the name of the company and a contact number if you are contacting us by email. 

Status: Open

07Jun
2018
Reading and Publishing

The Publishing Scheme 2019

The Publishing Scheme 2019

The Publishing Scheme aims to assist publishers to publish Irish language books. Financial support is available in the production, marketing and developmental fields.

Grants will be awarded to Irish language Publishers for the scheme based on an annual comprehensive plan.

Closing date: 12:00 midday, Monday, 3 September 2018

Application Form:

Please contact Clár na Leabhar Gaeilge at 046 9430419 or by emailing leabhar@forasnagaeilge.ie to request an application form.

Please include the name of the company and a contact number if you are contacting us by email. 

Further information:

Criteria for the Publishing Scheme

Classification of Groups

Qualifying for Grant – Group AB

Qualifying for grant – Group C

 

Status: Open

13Mar
2018
Reading and Publishing, News

Other Words

Call for applications for an 8-week literary creative residency, 11th June to 6thAugust, in Leeuwarden for Irish language writers

 

Deadline for applications is 1 p.m.29th March 2018.

 

The Other Words literary project is a partnership programme between cultural and language organisations in European regions which aims to establish a network of creative placements for European writers in small and minority languages. The partner organisations are:

  • Donostia Kultura and San Sebastian 2016 (Basque Country)
  • Foras na Gaeilge (Ireland)
  • X-OP, eXchange of art Operators and Producers (Slovenia)
  • Youth Forum na Mladi (Macedonia)
  • Leeuwarde/Ljouwert 2018 (Friesland).

 

The objectives of the project are:

  • To help literature written in small and minority languages to become known further afield.
  • To highlight the importance of language diversity.
  • To shed light on the literary creation process.
  • To draw attention to social themes, issues and social groups connected to small languages.
  • To promote cooperation between writers and artists in literature in small and minority languages.
  • To give writers the opportunity to benefit from a literary placement to help them develop in their literary career.

 

The components of the project are:

  • Placements: This is the essence of the project, which is based on the exchange of writers between different regions. Each participating region will send two writers to complete an eight week placement in two partner regions in each of the three years, and each region will also host two writers per year from partner regions. There will be a total of 10 writers participating each year.

 

  • Creative literary projects: During the placements, the writers will work on subjects dealing with themes, issues and social groups connected with lesser used languages, the result of which will be a literary text dealing with these subjects, maintaining at all times contact and cooperation with the host community and shedding light on the creative process. To help achieve this the writers will participate in a series of initiatives during the placements.

 

  • Translations: As stated one of the goals of the project is to foster literature produced in minority or small languages and to promote collaboration between writers. All of the texts created during the placements will therefore be translated into the languages of the partners and into English. This will enable us to share “other words” and “the words of others”.

 

 

  • Website: The works produced under the Beste Hitzak/Other Words project, and the creative process itself, will be published on a specially created website. This website will provide a platform for dissemination of the project content.

 

We wish to encourage all writers to respond to our open call. This is an excellent opportunity to create a literary work and to become familiar with another region. As already stated, the selected writers will live in another region for eight weeks, all expenses paid. They will also receive financial remuneration.

There will be more placements and events in the future, which will be announced at the appropriate time.

For further information email focaileile@forasnagaeilge.ie or  go to www.focaileile.ie,  www.otherwordsliterature.eu

Status: Choose Status

02Aug
2017
Reading and Publishing, News

Laochra Lúfara

Laochra Lúfara Fógra

Status: Choose Status

15Jun
2017
Reading and Publishing

The Publishing Scheme 2018

The Publishing Scheme aims to assist publishers to publish Irish language books. Financial support is available in the production, marketing and developmental fields.

Grants will be awarded to  Irish language Publishers for the scheme based on an annual comprehensive plan.

Closing date: 12:00 midday, Friday, 1 September 2017

Read more

Status: Closed

13Jun
2017
Reading and Publishing

Literary Projects Scheme 2018

 

Grants will be awarded based on comprehensive plans submitted by groups/organisations who wish to develop and promote Irish language literary projects.

Closing date: 12 noon, Tuesday, 5 September 2017  

Documents:

Critéir Measúnaithe Iarratas ar Thionscadail Litríochta – cáiliú do dheontas

Treoirlínte Tionsc Lit 2018

Application Form: 

Please contact Clár na Leabhar Gaeilge at 046 9430419 or by emailing leabhar@forasnagaeilge.ie to request an application form.

Please include the name of the company and a contact number if you are contacting us by email. 

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Status: Closed

14Mar
2017
Reading and Publishing

Scéim Meantóireachta (scéim oiliúna d’ábhair scríbhneora) Fhoras na Gaeilge

Tugann an scéim seo deis do scríbhneoirí i dtús a ré scríbhneoireachta, comhairle, faoina gcuid scríbhinní agus faoi cheird na scríbhneoireachta i gcoitinne, a fháil ó scríbhneoirí aitheanta (meantóirí)

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Status: Closed

14Mar
2017
Reading and Publishing

The Commission Scheme 2017

This scheme aims to distribute funds among Irish language writers in such a way as to ensure a satisfactory supply across the full range of reading categories.

Read more

Status: Closed

07Feb
2017
Reading and Publishing, News

Other Words

Call for applications for an 8-week literary creative residency, 11th June to 6thAugust, in Leeuwarden for Irish language writers

 

Deadline for applications is 1 p.m.20th March 2018.

The Other Words literary project is a partnership programme between cultural and language organisations in European regions which aims to establish a network of creative placements for European writers in small and minority languages. The partner organisations are:

  • Donostia Kultura and San Sebastian 2016 (Basque Country)
  • Foras na Gaeilge (Ireland)
  • X-OP, eXchange of art Operators and Producers (Slovenia)
  • Youth Forum na Mladi (Macedonia)
  • Leeuwarde/Ljouwert 2018 (Friesland).

 

The objectives of the project are:

  • To help literature written in small and minority languages to become known further afield.
  • To highlight the importance of language diversity.
  • To shed light on the literary creation process.
  • To draw attention to social themes, issues and social groups connected to small languages.
  • To promote cooperation between writers and artists in literature in small and minority languages.
  • To give writers the opportunity to benefit from a literary placement to help them develop in their literary career.

 

The components of the project are:

  • Placements: This is the essence of the project, which is based on the exchange of writers between different regions. Each participating region will send two writers to complete an eight week placement in two partner regions in each of the three years, and each region will also host two writers per year from partner regions. There will be a total of 10 writers participating each year.

 

  • Creative literary projects: During the placements, the writers will work on subjects dealing with themes, issues and social groups connected with lesser used languages, the result of which will be a literary text dealing with these subjects, maintaining at all times contact and cooperation with the host community and shedding light on the creative process. To help achieve this the writers will participate in a series of initiatives during the placements.

 

  • Translations: As stated one of the goals of the project is to foster literature produced in minority or small languages and to promote collaboration between writers. All of the texts created during the placements will therefore be translated into the languages of the partners and into English. This will enable us to share “other words” and “the words of others”.

 

 

  • Website: The works produced under the Beste Hitzak/Other Words project, and the creative process itself, will be published on a specially created website. This website will provide a platform for dissemination of the project content.

 

We wish to encourage all writers to respond to our open call. This is an excellent opportunity to create a literary work and to become familiar with another region. As already stated, the selected writers will live in another region for eight weeks, all expenses paid. They will also receive financial remuneration.

There will be more placements and events in the future, which will be announced at the appropriate time.

For further information email focaileile@forasnagaeilge.ie or  go to www.focaileile.ie,  www.otherwordsliterature.eu

Status: Choose Status

19Dec
2016
Reading and Publishing

Scéim Tacaíocht Margaíochta

Scéim le tacaíocht margaíochta a sholáthar d’Earnáil na Foilsitheoireachta Ghaeilge.

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