The Nation seeks an Editor for its "Books & the Arts" section. From the announcement: "Candidate must have vision, experience, commissioning skills, administrative abilities and a grasp of currents in global and U.S. politics, history, contemporary fiction, media, music, visual arts, and both high and popular culture. The position demands excellent editing skills. MINORITIES STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY."
PEN American Center (New York City) has two job openings at the moment: Web Site Associate Editor and Public Programs Associate. Click here for details.
Words Without Borders, the online magazine for literature in translation, is looking for a part-time Editor (apparently this is a New York-based job). Check the announcement on mediabistro.com (free registration required).
Thinking of pitching Hybrid Mom, "the reality magazine for moms"? Check this magazine profile first for some tips.
The Cambridge Center for Adult Education (Massachusetts) "seeks a published writer to teach a course in Basic Freelance Writing for our fall term (September 24-December 7). Applicants should be familiar with the process of selling non-fiction articles to magazines and newspapers and have excellent communication skills. Some teaching experience is preferred, but not essential. The course may address the following topics: online research, ethical dilemmas, the fine points of writer-editor etiquette, and the importance of knowing your rights in the multimedia age." Pays: "To be determined." See the craigslist announcement here for more information.
"Wheaton College (IL) seeks candidates for a tenure-track, assistant professor position for the fall of 2008 in one of two areas: world literatures in English with expertise in Anglophone African, Indian, or Caribbean literature (or in some combination of these); or creative writing with an expertise in poetry. The best candidates will also be able to teach introductory courses in writing and literature. Ph.D. must be completed by August 2008." See the announcement at The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The University of Mississippi is looking for a "Visiting Professor of English and Administrative Assistant for MFA Program." See the announcement at HigherEdJobs.com (looks to me as though they're seeking a poet).
Attention, playwrights! The latest issue of Theatre Funding News is now online.