The Los Angeles Review of Books Publishing Workshop is a three-week intensive, multidisciplinary summer program that prepares its fellows for the present and future of publishing and related fields. While we offer a standard curriculum to each year’s cohort, we also customize that curriculum according to the stated interests and background of the admitted fellows. We are therefore interested in knowing what areas most interest you and why and what goals you hope to accomplish by attending this workshop. 

Deadline for scholarship consideration has been extended to March 30, 2020.
All applications are now due by April 13, 2020.

Required Materials

Personal Statement Please explain how the workshop fits into your overall publishing goals.
Resume and Transcripts You will need to upload a PDF of your resume or CV and, if within 5 years of graduation, a PDF of your transcripts from the undergraduate and graduate institutions you have attended.
Non-refundable application fee A $40 fee is required for all applicants.

Optional Materials

Work Samples If you have experience relevant to the workshop in editing, publishing, layout, design or marketing, please include a portfolio of your work.

Entrepreneurial Track Statement If you would like to apply for the Entrepreneurial Track, we ask that you upload a brief (< 1 pg.) description of your proposed project and goals. 

Scholarship Materials

Statement of Financial Need If you are applying for a scholarship, please outline your current financial situation and need for participating in this program. 

FAFSA/1040 Because our scholarship funding is based entirely on demonstrated need, scholarship applicants must upload either a recent FAFSA or 1040 tax form. You can fill out a FAFSA for free at 

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