by ________Posted on April 11th, 2012 at 2:49 pm
[UPDATE: The Sun Magazine is looking for a full-time managing editor.]
New job postings from lit mags:
Literary journal NANO Fiction is searching for an unpaid (sorry!) associate editor position. Responsibilities would include reading and evaluating submissions, attending (virtual) monthly editorial meetings, and helping to man the NANO Fiction table at any event that the associate editor can attend. NANO Fiction is a semiannual print journal devoted to publishing flash fiction of 300 words or fewer, founded in 2006 by Kirby Johnson and Jennifer Eberhardt. Anybody interested in applying for this position please send a couple of flash pieces written and a brief paragraph discussing any editorial or publication history to email@example.com with the subject line ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
The Georgia Review, one of America’s premier journals of arts and letters, is seeking a managing editor to oversee production of the print and digital versions of the magazine. This position works closely with the editor to ensure the quality, accuracy, and timely publication of each issue, and to contribute to editorial planning for both the print journal and the website. This is a highly responsible position that requires considerable independent judgment. Major responsibilities include: final editing of all accepted manuscripts; negotiating edits with each author; acquiring, selecting, and preparing artwork for cover and interior portfolio; establishing and maintaining a production schedule; and developing and editing web content. The managing editor may also evaluate manuscripts; manage social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter; lead or participate in the planning, coordination, and publicity of events; write grant applications and administer grant awards; and represent The Georgia Review at local, regional, and national functions. To view a full description of duties and qualifications please go to http://www.libs.uga.edu/