VCFA’s Douglas Glover Fund for Writers, Authors, & Publishers

 

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Douglas Glover Fund

Vermont College of Fine Arts has announced the creation of a new Artists Development Fund based on an initial $1 million donation from the Martin Foundation. A portion of the endowment allocated to writers, authors, & publishers has been named the Douglas Glover Fund in honour of Douglas Glover, a long-time faculty member in the MFA in Writing Program at VCFA, author, and editor of Numéro Cinq Magazine.

For more information on the Artists Development Fund contact Alissa Auerbach, Director of Development, at 802-828-8555 and alissa.auerbach@vcfa.edu.

Download a program brochure here.

Douglas Glover, Theatre Passe MuraillePhoto by Amber Homeniuk.

DOUGLAS GLOVER has published four novels, five story collections, and three books of nonfiction. In 2005 he was a finalist for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. In 2003 he won the Governor-General’s Award for Fiction. His most recent book is Savage Love (short stories, 2013). He edited the annual Best Canadian Stories from 1996 to 2006. He currently teaches writing at Vermont College of Fine Arts and edits the online literary magazine Numéro Cinq.