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Idaho’s Writer in Residence displays preeminent quality in the literary field, complemented by the ability to deliver compelling readings. Applicants are anonymous to the reviewers and are judged on the basis of existing work, a recording of their recitation, and professional history. The Writer in Residence gives at least four annual readings throughout the state with an emphasis on presenting in rural communities. Recipients are limited to two nonconsecutive terms and are no longer eligible for a Literature Fellowship.
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