Lucky Jefferson

Editorial Assistant

Lucky Jefferson is seeking applications from undergraduate or graduate students for a new part-time editorial assistant role! This role is perfect for students with an interest in traditional and digital publishing and art; this role provides a comprehensive introduction to the world of publishing while collaborating with a diverse community of writers and artists. 

This role is remote (meaning you can work from wherever) and you can expect a time commitment of up to 6 hours a week. Tasks you could expect to work on include: issue support, content creation, social media, website support, intern administrative tasks, as well as special projects that are in line with your academic commitments and interests. The role carries a small monthly honorarium.

Who We Look For:

Undergraduate or Graduate students who have a passion for writing, literature, and all things poetry; students who are interested in gaining experience early on and want to learn how to creatively manage, edit, and produce engaging and inclusive content while exploring emerging topics in publishing. We are also looking for someone who is interested in working with our journal long-term. 

What You'll Earn:

• Modest monthly honorarium

• College Credit

• Experience working for a budding publisher

Start Date:

ASAP

Please send a resume and 2-3 writing samples (a link to your website is perfect too) that you are proud of sharing to luckyjeffersonlit@gmail.com.

Contact Information

NaBeela Washington, Editor-in-Chief
Chicago
IL