The Dat Winning Fellowship is a writing program for aspiring Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA) writers interested in a career in sports writing. Over a period of six months, DW fellows will write seven stories, including one long-form story. Each fellow is assigned a mentor that is an established professional in the field to help with their stories throughout the program.
2017 DAT WINNING FELLOWS
2017 DAT WINNING MENTORS
NBC Asian America
Asian American Writers Workshop
Asian American Journalists Association
AAJA Sports Taskforce
2015 DAT WINNING FELLOWS
- Alec MacDonald (Oakland, CA)
- Andrew Tie (Chapel Hill, NC) | @Andrew_Tie
- Brian Wong (Los Angeles, CA) | @bigbwong
- Lata Pandya (Los Angeles, CA) | @LataPandya
- Maggie Thach (Salt Lake City, UT) | @magsthach
- Saqib Rahim (Brooklyn, NY) | @
- Serenity Joo (Winnipeg, MB, CA) | @JooSerenity
2015 MENTORING EDITORS & ADVISORY BOARD
- Hua Hsu | @huahsu | Associate Professor of English at Vassar College.
- Jay Caspian Kang | jaycaspiankang | Founding Editor at Grantland.
- Kai Ma | @kai_ma | Former Editor-in-Chief at KoreAm Magazine.
- Mina Kimes | @minakimes | Senior Writer at ESPN the Magazine.
- Pablo S. Torre | @pablotorre | Senior Writer at ESPN the Magazine, ESPN.com.
- Sachin Shenolikar | @shenoli | Former editor at Sports Illustrated Kids.
- Ursula Liang | @ursulaliang | Director/Producer of “9-Man” documentary.