Monday, April 20, 2009

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

Attention, Kentucky women writers: You've still got a few days to apply for a Hopscotch House Summer Residency (and for the stipends that complement them). I see no application fees. The deadline is April 24, 2009, so hurry! All info here.
Penn State-Altoona seeks a Resident Writer specializing in creative nonfiction for the fall 2009 semester. No application fee. There is no application fee; application review will be begin May 18, 2009. "The residence, designed to offer an emerging writer substantial time to write, offers a $5,000 stipend and an additional $5,000 allowance to cover room and board in return for teaching one sophomore-level creative non-fiction writing workshop during the Fall 2009 semester (August 24-December 17). The resident writer will also give two readings and work informally with our English majors. Benefits are not included." For more information, please consult the Web listing.
May 1 is the deadline for several scholarships providing support (tuition remission and/or paid lodging) to attend the Taos Summer Writers Conference (which will take place July 12-19): the Native Writer Award in Poetry or Fiction, the Hispanic Writer Award in Fiction, Nonfiction, or Poetry, and the Taos Resident Award in Poetry or Fiction. Unlike some other Conference scholarships, these do not require paying an initial conference registration fee. You'll find all the information you need here.
The May/June issue of Poets & Writers magazine is out, which means that a new batch of Classifieds have been posted online. Now, on this blog, I post only opportunities that a) pay writers cash and b) don't charge no entry/application/reading fees. The Classifieds have no such rules/guarantees. So check them out knowing that. But do check them out.
And, as always, here are some jobs for you to peruse:
Anticipated Adjunct Position in Creative Writing, Hofstra University (New York)
Director of Communications and Marketing, Bronx Community College-The City University of New York
Staff Writer, University at Buffalo (New York)
Senior Writer/Editor, Suffolk University (Massachusetts)

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