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posted July 27, 2016
The development and marketing assistant works with the managing director and the assistant director of development and marketing to promote Poets & Writers’ programs, to advance its mission, and to raise contributed income. The assistant coordinates all aspects of the Friends of Poets & Writers program (over 2,000 members); tracks and acknowledges donations; and facilitates communications with constituent groups though a bi-weekly enewsletter and social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
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The Hawaiʻi Review is a literary print journal published by the Student Media Board at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Its first issue was released in 1973. The Hawaiʻi Review began with a mission to spotlight writers from Hawai‘i and the...
It’s largely the small, independent presses that publish and consider work from new and emerging writers. Find the right places to send your manuscript in our database.
Caffeinated Press, Inc., was established in 2014 as an independent publisher serving the authors and readers of the West Michigan community. We nurture emerging literary talent from our community, as well as promising voices from across the world. We produce long-form works (novels, anthologies) and publish a quarterly literary journal, "The 3288 Review."
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