WOW! Women on Writing, seeks submissions for upcoming issues. Pays: $50-$150. Check this announcement for more information on topics and guidelines.
Got a snowshoeing essay handy? Perhaps you'll be able to place it (for $1/word). Check the announcement here.
Found this one on craigslist: "Are you a player, coach or fan of the great sport of RUGBY (or participant sports like it), who also happens to be a terrific magazine or feature writer? Rugby Magazine, the authority on the sport in America, is in its 33rd year of publication and is looking for entertaining freelance wordsmiths as department or feature writers. Minimum payment for stories is in the .20 per word range, but fees are also based on your experience and the story’s degree of difficulty. There is also a possibility of contributing to the magazine’s companion website erugbynews.com." See the posting here.
And this one also showed up on craigslist: "As the only lifestyle magazine dedicated to Newport, Rhode Island since 1993, Newport Life Magazine has showcased all that is unique about our City-by-the-Sea. From its people and places, to events, homes, weddings, history and of course its distinctive lifestyle, this glossy, bi-monthly lifestyle magazine covers it. If you are a freelance writer in the Southern New England area and want to write for us, send us your query." Pays: "per word pay rates competitive with other magazines our size." See the posting here.
A four-month editorial internship with Avenue magazine in Edmonton, Alberta, is available and pays $1,200 (presumably in Canadian dollars) per month. Application deadline: October 19. See the announcement here.
This week's non-teaching jobs for writers at colleges and universities include:
Associate Director, Rose O'Neill Literary House, Washington College (Maryland);
Assistant Director and Editor of Web Publishing, Saint Anselm College (New Hampshire);
Assistant Editor, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (Maryland);
Writer/Editor, Roosevelt University (Illinois);
Writer, McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science/Northwestern University (Illinois);
Manager, Community and Media Relations, Mt. San Antonio College (California);
Web Writer, North Harris Montgomery Community College District (Texas); and
Communications Specialist, Texas A&M College of Architecture
And the teaching jobs:
Jenny McKean Moore Writer in Washington (Fiction), George Washington University;
Assistant Professor of Literature (fiction specialist) and MFA Director, Roosevelt University (Illinois);
Assistant Professor (Creative Writing, Fiction), Western Carolina University (North Carolina);
Visiting Assistant Professor of English (fiction), Franklin & Marshall College, Pennsylvania;
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing (poetry and fiction), Nebraska Wesleyan University;
Assistant Professor of English (poetry), Bridgewater State College (Massachusetts);
Assistant Professor ("writing generalist"), Guilford College (North Carolina);
Assistant Professor of English (composition and creative writing), Shawnee State University (Ohio); and
Assistant Professor of English (creative writing, composition, and/or literature), Florida Southern College.