with Roxanne Stanulis, Program Officer, Artist Programs and Services
and Ramona DeFelice Long, writer and editor

Learn what services are available to writers, including who’s eligible for grants and fellowships and what’s involved in the application process. All services are free.

Learn how much the DDOA has to offer you and how easy it is to participate.
You will also learn what the Delaware Arts Roster can do to get your work in the public eye, increase sales, and open up opportunities for readings, lectures, and more.

Ramona DeFelice Long will lead a session on how to write an artist’s statement, we will look at artist statements that have won fellowships in the past, and we’ll try our hand at writing an effective artist’s statement.

Roxanne Stanulis is Program Officer for Artist Programs and Services at the Delaware Division of the Arts. She manages the Division’s Individual Artist Fellowship grant program and is well versed in arts marketing. Prior to joining the Division in April 2006, she worked as curator at the Krannert Art Museum in Illinois and the Biggs Museum of Art in Dover. At the Division, Roxanne oversees the Division’s Mezzanine Gallery; the Artist Roster; the Poets Laureate program; and the biennial Delaware Seashore Writers Retreat. She lives in Dover with her husband and two children.

Ramona DeFelice Long

Ramona DeFelice Long

Ramona DeFelice Long writes fiction, creative nonfiction, and memoir often based on her adventures growing up in south Louisiana. Now she lives in Delaware and is active in the arts community as an author, editor, and online writing instructor. Her work has appeared in numerous literary and regional publications, and she was awarded a Masters Fellowship in Fiction from the Delaware Division of the Arts in 2016.

Written by Tery Griffin