VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

VIDA Review Managing Editor

The VIDA Review (ISSN: 2639-8184) is a literary magazine publishing original fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, and interviews. We are exclusively interested in work by and about those often marginalized in literary spaces, including people of color; women; agender, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, non-binary, trans, and two-spirit people; LGBQIA people; people with disabilities; and people living at the intersections of these identities.

The VIDA Review is expanding to include original fiction, nonfiction, and poetry as well as continuing reviews and interviews. As such, the VIDA Review is undergoing changes and needs a Managing Editor to help bring those changes to life. The VIDA Board hopes that the Managing Editor will eventually take on the Editor-in-Chief role and will subsequently work very closely with the current EIC.

The VIDA Review still accepts essays about the long-term disruptions caused by literary ‘scandals,’ adaptations of conference panels and panel proposals, and essays on the erasure of women and LBGTQIA+ gatekeepers in the literary world, now under nonfiction.

Find the full position description and apply here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VITGSZkUod7lfahiZK6hrmVZTVkI2Fb0xvjGu6nwquQ/edit.

 

Contact Information

Christina Mun-Lutz, Acting VIDA Review Editor & Chief
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