Monday, November 26, 2007

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

Looking to expand your book reviewing practice? Check out our newly-updated and expanded directory of publications (print and online) that will pay your for your work--and specify guidelines and pay rates at their Web sites. More than 90 listings in this latest version. Download a free preview with sample listings here, and don't forget about the guide's complement, our directory of paying essay markets, also updated this month.
Cherry Pie Press "produces an independent series of poetry chapbooks, the Midwest Women Poets Series. The press is committed to the women writers who place their geographic or poetic roots in the central heartlands of the Midwest. The series publishes 2 to 3 chapbooks annually" and is open for submissions. Find out more here.
The Tasmanian "Island of Residencies program" welcomes applications from published writers living in Australian states and territories and around the world. Deadline is coming up fast: November 30. Click here for more information. Note: There is NO APPLICATION FEE for writers non-Australian applicants, or for Australian applicants who also applied for 2006 and 2007.
Gulf Coast Writers Association is looking for short fiction for an anthology. Manuscripts must be set in Mississippi. Deadline is January 31, 2008. Pays: $25. See the guidelines here. (via CRWROPPS)
Job listings seemed a bit scarce this week--possibly because of the Thanksgiving holiday. Here are some gleanings nonetheless:

Senior Editor, Religion Dispatches, Emory University )this job is based in San Francisco, CA);
Writer/Editor, University of Idaho;
University Editor (Marketing and Communications), John Carroll University (Ohio);
Web Editor, College of Mount St. Joseph (part-time job, Ohio); and
Web Writer/Content Editor, Villa Jolie College (Maryland)

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