"Hazine is seeking 3-4 pieces on the digital world and art from the Mashriq, the Maghreb, Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Turkey, or Iran."
They write that ArtsEverywhere compensates writers and artists "generously and above market average."
"This grant is targeted at published authors working on a new piece, who are in need of time to focus."
"For this themed issue we’re looking for science fiction and speculative work of all genres."
Sawako Nakayasu is judge for the translation category, which calls for submissions "up to 5,000 words or five pages of poetry, with the original text, and written permission from the work’s original author/publisher."
"Tilted Axis Press will pay each contributor a fee of up to £500, depending on the length of the piece."
"Cornell University’s Institute for Comparative Modernities welcomes applications from translators for a grant of up to $5000 to complete translations of works from the Global South (Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, etc) into English."
Eligible partner countries include Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, and Yemen.
Submissions are now open for "Ireland's only literary journal dedicated to literary translation."
Applications are now open for the Culture Resource's 2021 Production Awards program. Elegible artists must be from Sudan, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Mauritania, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq or Yemen:
The Common's summer and fall submissions call -- open through the end of November -- asks for stories, poems, and nonfiction set in, around, and through the Gulf.
Although international travel seems like a large question mark at the moment, artists and cultural operators living and working in North Africa countries can apply for the "Artistic and Cultural Mobility Grant" from Fanak Fund.