Monday, March 17, 2008

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

"San Francisco Arts Commission’s Cultural Equity Grants is pleased to announce a new one-time grants opportunity to support projects guided by strong and capable Native American artistic leadership, and for which there is resonance within communities. Grants can support the wide spectrum of rich cultural traditions and contemporary artistic expressions that exist within today's Native communities." Deadline: April 1, 2008. NO APPLICATION FEE. Details here.
"The Whitefish Review is a new literary journal based in Whitefish, Montana that publishes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, photography, and interviews, with a slant toward mountain culture." Deadline for submissions for the Summer 2008 issue is March 31, 2008. Guidelines here. Pays: $10/printed page, $25 minimum per title, $50 maximum per author, plus two copies of the issue. (via
If you're an arts writer in San Francisco, you may want to look into an opportunity for covering theatre in the Bay Area. "Each selected writer will be expected to complete three articles and will receive $2,500 over the course of his or her affiliation. Participants will check in regularly with the magazine’s editors regarding artists, productions, news and trends in the Bay Area’s theatre scene." Deadline: April 5, 2008. See the announcement here.
Blogger sought for the upcoming AFI Dallas International Film Festival (March 27-April 6, 2008). Pays: $25-$50 per post. See the announcement here.
The WAHMmagazine seeks submissions for its May/June issue. Pays: $35-$350. Deadline: March 31, 2008. See the announcement here.
And, as always, here are some university-based teaching and non-teaching jobs for writers for your consideration:

Writer-in-Residence (fiction), Emerson College (Massachusetts)
Harvey Stevenson Southam Lecturer (journalism/nonfiction), University of British Columbia (Victoria)
Web Editor, Humboldt State University (California)
Senior Advancement Writer, State University of New York at Geneseo
Senior Writer/Editor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Massachusetts)

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