Monday, October 29, 2007

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

The November issue of our newsletter went out to subscribers this weekend. Among the many writing and publishing opportunities profiled there subscribers found information on:

The Missouri Review (seeks author interviews);
Cintas Fellowships;
UNO Press;
Carolina Wren Press; and
Noemi Press.

Plus a dozen others! It's never too late to subscribe--it's painless and free to do so, and your e-mail information will not be shared. Click here for subscription instructions.


This week's non-teaching college/university jobs for writers include:

Publications Officer/Editor, Gannon University (Pennsylvania);
Communications Manager (Provost's Office), Temple University (Pennsylvania);
Public Relations Writer (part-time), Community College of Philadelphia;
Assistant Director of Communications, Millersville University of Pennsylvania;
Assistant Director of Athletic Communications, Harvard University (Massachusetts);
Senior Writer and Communications Coordinator, Northeastern University (Massachusetts);
National Media Coordinator, University of Delaware;
Curriculum Editor, Grand Canyon University (Arizona); and
Senior Development Writers (Medicine), Stanford University (California).


And this week's teaching jobs include:

Assistant Professor of English (fiction), Adelphi University (New York);
Assistant/Associate Professor of English (primary specialization in fiction-writing and American literature), Wabash College (Indiana);
Assistant Professor of English (fiction specialist), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee;
Assistant Professor in Creative Writing (fiction), Northern Michigan University;
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing ("Successful candidates will possess a significant publications record including work in mixed media or hybrid-genres and fiction."), Eastern Michigan University;
Assistant Professor of English ("fiction writing or fiction-writing/poetry"), Goucher College (Maryland);
Assistant Professor in English (composition, fiction-writing, and literature), Hawai'i Pacific University;
Visiting Assistant Professor in Poetry, St. Lawrence University (New York);
Full-time Faculty in Writing, Maryland Institute College of Art; and
Two positions, one in Feature Writing and one in Nonfiction, Ithaca College (New York).

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