The Jan Michalski Foundation is inviting applications for its inaugural writers’ residencies. The program is based at the foot of Switzerland’s Jura Mountains and the selected writers will each live and work in newly constructed treehouses.
Writers from around the world are invited to apply, and applications from new or emerging writers are welcome. Residencies can run from between two weeks and six months, and the length of stay should match the scope of the project.
As well as receiving accommodation in their own treehouse, residents will be paid a monthly allowance of 1200 Swiss Francs (approximately US$1200). Travel expenses will also be covered by the foundation and daily breakfasts and lunches are provided.