First, the Department of English and Theatre at Eastern Kentucky University is looking for a fiction writer for a tenure-track appointment (rank of assistant professor). See the announcement at the Chronicle of Higher Education.
And the second comes from the Richard Hugo House in Seattle:
Richard Hugo House is accepting applications for its arts residency program - the "Hugo Huts"- that will provide two writers with subsidized housing in Seattle's historic Belltown Cottages, plus the opportunity to teach in the Hugo Writing Classes.
Each writer will begin his or her residency on September 1, 2007, with a term of 12 months, subject to a month-to-month approval of the Parks Department. The below-market rent does not include utilities. Applications are due by June 1.
Read the full announcement here. No application fee indicated.