2023 David Miller Internship programme applications are OPEN


Applications for the DRF David Miller Internship programme for 2023 are now open.  Interviews in mid July, placements from mid-September to run for 6 weeks.
 

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The applications for the inaugural Deborah Rogers Foundation Bursary award are now closed.
"In April 2014, the death of the “peerless” literary agent Deborah Rogers shocked the book trade; an estimated 800 people were in attendance at a memorial held in her honour in October that year....
The Deborah Rogers Foundation is delighted to announce a second award, The Deborah Rogers Foundation Bursary.
The winner of the inaugural Deborah Rogers Writers Award 2016 is Sharlene Wen-Ning Teo for Ponti, a work of fiction. This was announced today Thursday 5th May at a small ceremony in London. Shena Mackay (Chair of the Judges) introduced the shortlisted authors after which Ian McEwan announced the winner and presented her with the prize of £10,000.
Shena Mackay, Owen Sheers and Kate Summerscale announce the shortlist for the inaugural £10,000 DRF Award. Three are chosen out of 885 entries. Ian McEwan and Peter Carey to celebrate the winner at key events
Shena Mackay, Owen Sheers and Kate Summerscale to choose the winner of the inaugural £10,000 DRF award, Ian McEwan and Peter Carey to celebrate the winner at key events. Over 850 entries for the award.
It is now 18 months since the universally loved and respected literary agent, Deborah Rogers, died. Her sudden death sent a shockwave through the world of publishing and the many writers, publishers and agents whose lives she had touched.
Colm Tóibín announces the winner of the 2021 Deborah Rogers Foundation Writers Award. View the full article to see the results.