The literary journal Slake has applied for a $2,500 GOOD award to help pay for ten nonfiction essays for the next issue. GOOD L.A. and EPIP L.A. have decided to celebrate “awesome efforts that are moving Los Angeles forward” with a special award.
Here’s more from Slake: “Help the editors fulfill their mission to revitalize the city’s literary scene by financing 10 deeply reported pieces for its next issue …. Slake’s co-founders and editors are spearheading a movement they call ‘Slow Lit’ with deeply reported investigative journalism and a committed engagement with the city.”
Readers and supporters can can vote for the proposal for the next eight days. The GOOD L.A. Fund currently counts 42 different project proposals, many with literary themes. Follow this link to explore all the proposals.