Details of the second Blake Society tithe grant: http://zoamorphosis.com/2011/05/submissions-invited-for-second-blake-society-tithe-grant/
The Blake Society has announced its Tithe Grant for 2010.
The aim of the grant, launched last year, is to further Blake’s vision. The award for 2011 will be £609.10.
Applications are not restricted to Blake Society members, although applicants will need to provide a letter (250 words) explaining why the funding is needed and how it will be used. The only condition of acceptance is that the recipient is to provide an account of his or her project for publication in a future issue of the Blake Journal.
Applications will be accepted until July 30, 2011, and should be sent via email or post (full contact details are provided at http://www.blakesociety.org/250-projects/blake-society-tithe-grant-application-form/). In the event of a large number of applications, two references may be sought to provide information on the applicant’s perseverance and experience. The recipient will be announced in late September or early October 2011.
New book, Blake and the Bible by Christopher Rowland (and thanks to Tim Heath from the Blake Society for this): http://bit.ly/kSCdxp
Blake quote of the day: The Eternal Body of Man is the Imagination