HOBART has reopened for submissions. They're now seeking stories for an upcoming theme issue on "The Great Outdoors."(Remember, HOBART now pays its contributors! Check the guidelines here.)
InTheFray magazine is looking for a books editor. This is a telecommuting position that pays a "small honorarium." Details here.
StoryQuarterly has found a new home. "Through its new affiliation with Rutgers University, Story Quarterly will continue to publish an annual print edition, the first one to appear through Rutgers–Camden in the summer of 2009 and will continue as an online presence that will showcase new work year-round. In addition Story Quarterly will begin to publish creative nonfiction and look to make the interview a staple feature." And, SQ will be paying its contributors, $150-$200. More info here.
Newfoundland-based journal Riddle Fence is taking submissions for its next issue until March 2, 2009. Publishes essays, poems, short fiction, reviews, interviews, and artwork. Pays: $30/printed page (presumably in Canadian funds). Guidelines here.(via placesforwriters.com)
Lots more listings to follow in our March newsletter, which will go out to subscribers at week's end. Not yet a subscriber? Click here to learn more about our fabulous, free electronic publication for fictionists, poets, and writers of creative nonfiction.
And, as always, a few job listings for you to consider:
Professor in Creative Writing, University of Hull (UK; thanks to BJ Epstein for the info)
Marketing Director, Center for the Art of Translation (California)
Web Content Manager, SUNY-Geneseo (New York)
Web Content Specialist, College of the Holy Cross (Massachusetts)