I'll be taking a blog break until the middle of next week, so here are the Monday Morning Market Listings ahead of time. Have a great weekend!
1) Seattle-based Resonance Magazine is looking for a Film Editor. Note that the announcement suggests telecommuting is a possibility, but the position also seems to require attendance at editorial meetings in Seattle. (Pays: "Small stipend, additional opportunities for paid features.")
2) The Chick Lit Review, a new online magazine, seeks submissions. Pays: $50/short story and $25/book review. See announcement here.
3) The latest Writer's Digest "Your Story" prompt is now available. Deadline: January 10, 2007. (Pays: $100 to the winner, plus publication; no entry fee)
4) Bob Woodward (if you don't know who he is, this probably isn't the job for you) is looking for a full-time research and reporting assistant in Washington, DC.
5) The Tribeca Film Festival in New York City is looking for an editor/catalogue coordinator and for a catalogue manager. Both jobs seem to run February-May 2007.
6) The Driver Magazine, a Canadian publication focusing on motorist issues, is looking for writers. "We pay $65 for a regular contributing columnist (6 columns per year) and start at $0.10/word for all other article submissions." (Presumably these payments are in Canadian funds.)
7) Real Living, a zine/newsletter that "promote[s] frugality, thrift, environmental consciousness and attachment parenting as a way of life," seeks contributors. (Pays: $10-$100)
8) The Louisville Eccentric Observer, an alternative newsweekly, is looking for freelancers. (Pays: "Negotiable")