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Quirk Books

Contracts Coordinator

Philadelphia
PA
posted 
1.8.20

Benefits: Health; Dental; 401k
Duration: Full-time
Location: Philadelphia, PA

Quirk Books, an independent book publisher based in Philadelphia, is seeking a Contracts Coordinator to draft, negotiate, and finalize agreements with authors, illustrators, licensors, and licensees across Quirk’s list.

Responsibilities: 

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Cleveland State University Poetry Center

Anisfield-Wolf Fellowship in Writing and Publishing

Cleveland
OH
posted 
1.3.20

The Cleveland State University Poetry Center is accepting applications for the Anisfield-Wolf Fellowship in Writing & Publishing, a two-year postgraduate fellowship that offers an emerging writer time to work toward a first or second book and an opportunity to gain experience in editing, publishing, literary programming, and outreach in collaboration with the staff of the CSU Poetry Center. 

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Napa Valley College

English Composition Instructor

Napa
CA
posted 
12.31.19

Napa Valley College is seeking an individual with demonstrated instructional skills to join an outstanding team of faculty and instructional administrators to provide high quality programs and services to our district, our community, and most importantly, our students. This position offers the opportunity to participate in developing and implementing the philosophy and curriculum of the English Department at Napa Valley College.  

To apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napavalley.

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CaryPress Publishing

Senior Publicist

Raleigh
NC
posted 
12.30.19

CaryPress Books is seeking an experienced Publicist. The Publicist will report directly to the publishers and must be able to take the initiative and work efficiently in a small company environment

Job responsibilities will include:

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Crab Creek Review

Graphic Designer

Kingston
WA
posted 
12.30.19

Do you have a love of art and graphic design? Join Crab Creek Review and immerse yourself in all things literary! Become part of the Pacific NW literary community by contributing your graphic design skills and artistic aesthetic to one of the longest running litmags in the Pacific Northwest.  

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Garfinkel + Associates, Inc.

Writer, Project Manager, Hero

Bethesda
MD
posted 
12.30.19

Launch the new year with a new adventure: Join our supergroup of writers. (Think Avengers, but with more copy and less danger.)

The ideal candidate juggles challenges with grace and beats deadlines senseless. Please apply if you:    

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Freelance

Louis Auchincloss Retrospective - Short Term Research Project

ME
posted 
12.30.19

Wanted: A skilled graduate researcher or literary historian to complete a retrospective analysis of New York author Louis Auchincloss' fictional and nonfictional stories and autobiographies or biographies about the author to examine the extent of the author's writings, experience with, and depictions of the state of Maine. Final product will include (1) a complete biography of his works indicating works where Maine or synonyms are referenced; (2) an analysis of stories that take place in Maine or where Maine/Downeast New England/or Synonyms such as Bar Harbor, Anchor Harbor, etc.

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Poetry London

Poetry Editor

London
posted 
12.20.19

We’re looking for an editor with an outstanding reputation as a poet and an exciting creative vision for the future of Poetry London.

Our new Poetry Editor will:

define Poetry London’s editorial direction 
manage our staff and our relationships with stakeholders 
lead Poetry London’s strategy

Details of how to apply are available at https://poetrylondon.co.uk/poetry-editor/

Apply by 20/02/2020

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Artswego

SUNY Oswego Artist-in-Residence Program

Oswego
NY
posted 
12.6.19

The newly created Artist-in-Residence Program at SUNY Oswego brings an artist to campus for one academic semester (applicant’s choice of Fall or Spring) to produce a body of work, teach in the area of their specialty, and to conduct research. The resident artist is given the opportunity to pursue research and/or realize a specific project while drawing on the College’s resources, including its facilities, faculty and student body, practice and performance space, libraries and collections.

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