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Monday Markets/Jobs/Opportunities for Writers

Monday brings the weekly batch of no-fee contests/competitions and paying gigs for those of us who write (especially those of us who write fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction).

  • First up: ArtsFwd is looking for two Blogging Fellows, who “will be expected to contribute posts of 500 to 800 words twice monthly for a four month term about topics including the process of innovation, adaptive leadership, and new thinking about organizational change in the arts, with a focus on models of success. Fellows will also be expected to monitor comments on their posts and respond as appropriate. Topics for posts will be selected and edited in collaboration with the EmcArts staff, and may include analysis of sector trends and current events, interviews with arts leaders and non-arts innovators, book reviews, and roundups of news and events.” Pays: “Blogging Fellows will be paid as freelancers at a rate of $50 per post. If Fellows have an existing blog, cross-posting content generated for ArtsFwd is allowed and encouraged. Following the successful completion of their term, Fellows will be welcome to continue writing for ArtsFwd on an ad hoc basis. The position is not office based: candidates from all over the United States are encouraged to apply.” Apply by September 17, 2012.
  • From The Pedestal Magazine: “FROM AUGUST 28-OCTOBER 13, AND AGAIN FROM OCTOBER 28-DECEMBER 13, WE WILL ONLY BE RECEIVING POETRY SUBMISSIONS (NO RESTRICTIONS ON THEME, LENGTH, OR STYLE). There is no need to query prior to submitting poetry. Submit up to six (6) poems. Please submit all poems in one (1) file. Pay Rate: $40 per poem.”
  • Subscribers have had all weekend to peruse the September issue of The Practicing Writer. But you can catch up with all of the paying publication opportunities and no-cost competitions listed within by clicking here.
  • Towson University (Md.) is advertising for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of English. “Creative Non-Fiction Writing specialist. Sub-fields may include lyric essay, free-lance writing, editing, prose style, memoir, and/or rhetoric. Candidates must possess a demonstrated commitment to teaching and evidence of an active creative agenda, generally shown by a book or several significant journal publications.”
  • “The English Department, University of Kentucky, seeks a tenure-track assistant professor specializing in Creative Nonfiction. Experience teaching other genres of creative writing, as well as literature courses, is also desirable. Subspecialty in Appalachian literature and culture is also desired.”  If the link doesn’t take you directly to the listing, it will help to know the job requisition number: SM542545. (h/t to Tasha Cotter)
  • “The English Department of Williams College seeks to fill a full-time tenure-track position in Creative Writing (Poetry), beginning in fall 2013. Appointments are normally at the beginning assistant professor level. Requirements include at least one book with a nationally recognized press, as well as evidence of excellence in teaching.”
  • Washington City Paper seeks a City Lights Editor, Ogden Publications (Topeka, Kansas) is looking for an Online Editorial Assistant, and Girls Write Now (New York) is advertising for a Director of Programs.

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  1. These are some great finds! Thanks, Ericka.

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