Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • From “Eight Paying Health Markets.”
  • From Robert Lee Brewer: “I will consider poetry submissions for the 2013 Poet’s Market. 20 previously unpublished poems will be selected for publication in the book, and the poets will receive a paycheck for their poems.”  Deadline is August 15. Pays: “publication, $50 payment, and a contributor copy of the 2013 Poet’s Market.” For more information/detailed guidelines, see
  • The Brooklyner, to be published quarterly, is “currently reading for our inaugural issue, which will largely include fiction and nonfiction. We will also consider poetry, commentary on relevant pop culture, and reviews of the following: books, food, cruises, amusement parks, concerts, field trips, underwear, holidays. Also translations. We are not seeking novellas or novel excerpts.” Pays: $25-$75 for prose (depending on length); $25/poem.
  • Attention, writers in southwest England: “A new short story competition invites writers resident in the South West of England to submit stories of between 1,000 and 3,000 set in a sustainable future at any time between five and five million years from now. Will we have succumbed to the floodwaters, or will geo-engineering save the day? Did we cure our addiction to fossil fuels, or did it turn out not to be necessary? Will your story be narrated by one of your descendants, or a computer, or a jellyfish? Or does God have something to say about it all?” Deadline is 30 June 2011, and there is no entry fee. Cash prizes: First prize (£250), Second prize (£75), and Third prize (£50). “All prizewinners will be included in the ‘Imagine There’s a Future’ Anthology to be published September 2011. Highly commended entries will be included in the anthology with the authors’ permission.”
  • Poets & Writers, Inc., is looking for an Assistant Online Editor.
  • Syracuse University (N.Y.) seeks part-time faculty to teach reading and writing fiction and introductory fiction.
  • Emerson College (Mass.) is looking for a Program Coordinator for its Department of Writing, Literature, and Publishing; the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene seeks a Multimedia Assistant; and SEIU Local 49 (Portland, Ore.) invites applications for a New Media Organizer.