1 Project. 100th Fellow. 1 Million Conversations.

by Carey Institute for Global Good
1 Project. 100th Fellow. 1 Million Conversations.


We're seeking your help to create one 10-week Logan Nonfiction Program fellowship position at the Carey Institute for Global Good in upstate New York. We give independent investigative journalists the time, space, and support needed to produce groundbreaking books, long-form articles, documentary films, and podcasts that change public discourse. You will be directly contributing to deeply reported, independent journalism that otherwise will not be done.

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Journalists play an integral role in a participatory democracy by serving as the watchdogs to hold decision makers accountable. In a media landscape that is increasingly filled with fake news and superficial sound-bites, we rely on investigative journalists to filter misinformation, ensure transparency, and provide us with accurate and unbiased content. Yet, journalists are required to work with fewer resources, tighter deadlines, and more pressure than ever before.


Through the combination of community, mentorship, respite, and focused productivity, the Logan Nonfiction Program empowers journalists to produce ethically uncompromised narratives that create meaningful, positive change in the realms of social, political, economic, and environmental justice. No other residency-based program in the United States supports only nonfiction creators.

Long-Term Impact

Nearly 100 independent journalists have benefited from the time, space, and community the Logan Nonfiction Program provides. Your support will fund our 100th fellow. To date, the program has supported the creation of works by award-winning journalists like Dan Egan ("The Death and Life of the Great Lakes"); Rania Abouzeid ("No Turning Back: Life, Loss, and Hope in Wartime Syria"); Shane Bauer ("American Prison"); and Laura Checkoway (director of the Oscar-nominated documentary "Edith + Eddie").


Organization Information

Carey Institute for Global Good

Location: Rensselaerville, NY - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @careyinstitute
Carey Institute for Global Good
Viviane Galloway
Project Leader:
Viviane Galloway
Rensselaervle, NY United States

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