Are you an Asian American writer who is passionate about sports? Dat Winning, an online sports blog written from an Asian American perspective, is looking for writers to apply for the Dat Winning Fellowship, a space for emerging Asian American writers to "cut their teeth" in the field of sports journalism. You'll receive guidance, workshops and editorial feedback from a team of established Asian American professionals in the field.
Here are some more details about the fellowship:
DAT WINNING FELLOWSHIP
Application deadline: Friday, December 19, 2014
Fellowship starts: February 2, 2015
Dat Winning is an online sports blog written from an Asian American perspective hosted by The Dynasty Project in partnership with the Asian American Writers’ Workshop.
The Dat Winning Fellowship seeks aspiring Asian American writers with an interest in covering the world of sports. This fellowship was created to provide a space for emerging Asian American writers to “cut their teeth” in the field of sports writing with guidance from a team of established Asian American professionals in the field. Our editorial team includes:
- Kai Ma – Freelance journalist, former Editor-in-Chief at KoreAm Magazine.
- Jay Caspian Kang – Founding Editor at Grantland, editor of "Elements" blog at NewYorker.com.
- Hua Hsu – Associate Professor of English at Vassar College, fellow at the New America Foundation.
- Mina Kimes – Senior Writer at ESPN the Magazine.
- Ursula Liang – "Op-Docs" Coordinating Producer, New York Times; Director / Producer of "9-Man" documentary
- Pablo Torre – Senior Writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com, panelist on Around the Horn, The Sports Reporters and Olbermann.
The fellowship is not limited to New York City, so writers from all over the country are encouraged to apply. The application deadline is Friday, December 19, so get on this. For further information about the Dat Winning Fellowship, including eligibility and application requirements, view the application. Good luck!