Monday, June 29, 2009

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

"Electric Literature’s mission is to spark a revival of the short story by pairing captivating narratives from America's best contemporary writers with innovative new forms of distribution." Pays: $1,000 for each of the five stories published every other month. (via Duotrope.com)
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Emerald Tales is a new e-zine looking for short stories and poetry. The theme for the first issue is "Follow the Butterflies." Pays: $40/story and $20/poem. (via Duotrope.com)
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Northern Essex Community College (Mass.) seeks Part-time Fiction Writing Instructors
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Hamline University (Minn.) is looking for a Public Relations Specialist; the Getty Research Institute (Calif.) seeks an editor for its publications department; and the University of Colorado-Denver is looking for a Web Content Writer.
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"Quartet Press–a fledgling digital publisher formed recently by Kassia Krozser of Booksquare.com; Kirk Biglione of Medialoper.com; Kat Meyer, long-time book marketer for trade and academic presses; and an additional partner who is an experienced veteran of the book industry–has announced it is now accepting manuscript submissions in anticipation of its Fall 2009 launch. The Fall 2009 slate will kick off the house’s romance imprint, Quench!." (via Galleycat)
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And last, but definitely not least, I'm happy to announce the release of our updated (links checked and information verified) guide to paying markets for book reviewers. Check out the complimentary preview (with sample listings).

2 comments:

Cheryl A. Hall said...

Great blog. I just came across it today and think it'll be a real help as I finally start trying to get serious about my writing. Thanks for all the helpful information!

Erika D. said...

Thank you so much, Cheryl. I enjoyed my visit to your blog, too!