Monday, May 03, 2010

Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

Win a free online poetry class or manuscript critique/consultation with Sage Cohen through the no-fee "Life Poetic iPoem Contest." Deadline: July 4, 2010.
From last week's "Have a Freelance Success Story to share? We pay $40 on acceptance, non-exclusive electronic rights only. Success stories run around 300 words but we're very flexible. Our guidelines are here."
U.S. writers only: Family Circle Fiction Contest welcomes short stories. There is no entry fee. Deadline: September 8, 2010. Prizes: Cash ($750/$250/$250) and AvantGuild memberships (grand-prize winner also gets class; second-prize winner gets another perk). (Found this one on Twitter via @inkyelbows, who found it via @anitanolan.)
"The Department of English at The University of Montana-Missoula periodically hires part-time adjunct instructors and professors from a pool of eligible applicants. Successful files will be placed in a pool from which the departments will fill the positions as they become available in three disciplines. Applicants should apply separately to each of the disciplines for which they qualify." Includes assignments in creative writing (poetry, fiction, nonfiction).
From Framingham State College (Mass.): "The English Department invites applications for a one-year, full-time appointment starting September, 2010, to teach creative writing, first-year writing, and literature. The course load is 3/3 and includes two sections of first-year composition, one literature course, and three creative writing courses. Framingham State College is a wireless, laptop campus and welcomes instructors with experience using computers in the classroom."
Stevenson University (Md.) seeks a Digital Marketing Specialist, Hofstra University (N.Y.) is looking for a Director of Communications-Student Affairs, and Stanford University (Calif.) seeks a Development Writer.


b.mousli said...

happy birthday... Thanks to your sister's blog, the essential information transpired... And it is because of your grand-parents' story that I discovered that "my mom shops" where I muse regularly was actually your sister's blog...
Have a happy one, and can't wait to read "QUiet American"

Sage Cohen said...

Thanks for spreading the word, my dear! And wishing you the happiest of birthdays!!!

Erika D. said...

Thank you for the comments!