Monday, November 12, 2007

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

Crab Orchard Review has extended the deadline for submissions for a special issue on "The In-Between Age: Writers on Adolescence" to November 30. Details here.
Ascent Magazine, a quarterly journal of "yoga and engaged spirituality," has posted its editorial theme calendar into 2009. View it here and be sure to read the full writers' guidelines on the site, too. Paying Canadian publication.
Nuestra Gente Utah, a Hispanic lifestyle magazine, seeks freelance writers. Pays: $75-$240. More information here.
"SmartBrief is seeking a part-time freelance writer (up to 25 hours per week) to help create daily e-mail publications focusing travel. If you love to research and write and thrive in a demanding, fast-paced, deadline-intensive work environment, you'll fit right in." Pays: "Negotiable." See the announcement here.
Cliff Road Books is looking to for contract writers. "Two wonderful book projects on our 2008 list need authors. One is the "Green Guide to Daily Living," a 500- page compendium for the consumer. Short hits on everything green, from solar power to green funerals, from petrol-free vehicles to Earth-friendly gardening. The other is a Civil War reader, a 550-page collection that sparkles with interesting facts and trivia, lists, and info boxes. Neither of the books should have the tone of a textbook. Contents should be in the form of one- or two-page topics." See the full announcement here.
This week's non-teaching jobs for writers:

Development Writer, Rice University (Texas)
Curriculum Writer, Southern Poverty Law Center (Alabama)
Marketing Coordinator, Mills College (California)
Campaign Writer, Rutgers (New Jersey)
Web Content Editor/Writer, Brooklyn College/CUNY (New York)
Advancement Writer, University of Rochester (New York)
Director of Editorial Services, University of Rochester (New York)
Public Relations Writer, St. John's University (New York)
Senior Press Officer, The New School (New York)
Communications Writer/Specialist (School of Graduate Studies), Norwich University (Vermont)
Web Editor (School of Graduate Studies), Norwich University (Vermont)
Marketing and Communications Manager, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
And, last but not least, this week's teaching jobs:

Assistant Professor of Creative Writing (2 positions, one in fiction, one open genre), Eastern Kentucky University;
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing (poetry), Roger Williams University (Rhode Island);
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Framingham State College (Massachusetts);
Assistant Professor (fiction specialist), College of Saint Rose (New York)

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