Monday, December 17, 2007

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

CatsCurious Press "will open to submissions starting January 1, 2008 for all well-written, humorous fairy-tale re-tellings. But there's a catch--these stories must be written from ONE POV only...the protagonist's." Click here to find out why, and to read about the submission requirements. Deadline: March 31, 2008. Pays: $.05/word (up to $500 maximum). (via Novel and Short Story Writer's Market)
The Fund for Women Artists' December Theatre Funding Newsletter is online (and includes opportunities open to women and men).
Ran across this freelance opportunity and it looked interesting: Hotel Interactive is looking for regular contributors for an online trade magazine (hotels, hospitality, travel, tourism). Pays: $250 for pieces running about 750 words. See the announcement here.
Announcement from The European Courier: "We are looking for contributors/bloggers to write about 2008 presidential elections. We are an online magazine devoted to international relations ( with 33% readers coming from the U.S. and the rest from Europe. We offer only a token reimbursement in the amount of $30-50 per article of around 8-10 thousand characters long (two and a half / three pages)./Please note that we are looking basically for people with thorough political knowledge, political experience and analytical writing skills (former campaigners, students of political science, political advisors, researchers etc.). We want to feature articles analyzing candidates’ agendas on foreign policy, immigration, Middle East, health care, economy etc." See the full post here.
Finally, here's this week's batch of teaching (and non-teaching) jobs for writers:

Assistant/Associate Professor in Creative Writing (poetry specialist), Point Park University (Pennsylvania)
Assistant Professor in Creative Writing/Composition ("The candidate will have excellent credentials in one of the following: nonfiction, poetry, or screenplay."), Southern New Hampshire State University; and
Assistant Professor, Creative Writing (fiction), Western Carolina University (North Carolina).

Editor, University of Pennsylvania/Wharton Alumni Magazine;
Campaign Writer, Bucknell University (Pennsylvania);
Senior Campaign Writer, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey;
Public Relations Writer, Rider University (New Jersey);
Web Editor, Brandeis University (Massachusetts); and
Publications and Web Communications Manager, Massachusetts Bay Community College.

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