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ALL APPLICANTS PLEASE NOTE:

It has come to our attention that the project budget template in Grants Gateway contains a formula error in line 27. The formula bar for the INCOME TOTAL line does not include line C26; i.e. “Other Revenue,” which may result in incorrect INCOME TOTAL.

Fortunately, this may be resolved through a simple, one-minute fix that should not disrupt the rest of the document.

Double left click in the C27 box,
The formula     =SUM(C15,C25)     will show.
Change the formula to read    =SUM(C15,C25,C26)  and hit enter
The error will then be resolved.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact Program Staff with any questions regarding the Project Budget form.


The Literature Program offers support to a wide range of organizations that promote the creation, publication, and dissemination of contemporary literary writing and encourage its appreciation by the general public. Literary genres supported include fiction, poetry, drama, and literary (creative) prose. NYSCA is committed to the development and support of literary activity for underserved areas and audiences, and to activity that supports writers who represent the cultural diversity of New York State. Priority is given to applicants that demonstrate artistic excellence as well as a consistent policy of payment to writers and substantial efforts to reach and to creatively engage a wide audience through innovative literary programming and promotional efforts.

Funding Categories

  • General Operating Support
  • Book & Literary Magazine Publication
  • Public Programs
  • Literary Translation
  • Regrants and Partnerships Support

Program Staff

Kathleen Masterson, (212) 459-8826

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  2004 New York State Council on the Arts.