• NEA Selects Amy Stolls as Director of Literature

    The National Endowment for the Arts is pleased to announce that Amy Stolls has been appointed director of literature. Since May 2013, Stolls has served as acting director of literature. She will continue to oversee the NEA's grant awards in literature, which includes grants to organizations for publishing and audience and professional development projects, as well as for fellowships to individual poets, prose writers, and translators. Read more

  • Landmarks Foundation appoints new interim director

    Editor’s Note: This story first appeared in the Montgomery Advertiser on June 17, 2014 as a Staff report.

    Marion Baab, an active board member of the Landmarks Foundation, has been appointed to serve as interim director of Landmarks. Baab will be taking over the duties of longtime director Bob McLain following his recent retirement. Baab will have a range of duties, including coordinating upcoming special events such as the Alabama Book Festival. Read more

  • Chancellor, McCall named ASCA Literary Arts Fellows

    At its June meeting in Montgomery, the Alabama State Council on the Arts (ASCA) awarded fifteen fellowship grants, including one arts administration fellowship, and five Arts and Cultural Facilities grants. This year’s Literary Arts Fellowship recipients are Bryn Chancellor of Montevallo and Jason McCall of Tuscaloosa. Read more

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