Ogilvy & Mather seeks an editorial copywriter
Ogilvy NY is looking for an editorial copywriter for an internship. Send a cover letter, résumé and writing samples to Barbara Tejada. Follow her on Twitter at @btejada.

TheCollegeHelper.com seeks bloggers
TheCollegeHelper.com is seeking blogging interns for winter quarter who are interested in sharing their college experience through writing blog posts or creating video blogs for the site.

Interns would work closely with a professional blogger to write two blog posts or video blogs per week (each written blog post must be at least 600 words),  conduct research, and assist with other projects on an as-needed basis. Minimum three-month commitment (winter internship dates: Dec. 3, 2012 – Feb. 22, 2013).

To apply, send a cover letter, résumé and a writing sample or video blog to Lauren at TheCollegeHelper.com. Students should also specify if theywould like to be considered for the blogger or video blogger position.

More internships:
American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) Internship Program
Deadline: Dec. 1
NOTE: Letters of recommendation are required. Schools are asked to nominate no more than two students for the internship program.

Time Inc. Summer Internships
Deadline: Jan. 31
In addition, Time Inc. offers Academic Year Internships. The following is available: Editorial Intern Time Lightbox

Meredith Corporation
Internship and full-time media and marketing positions available.

Condé Nast
Internship and full-time editorial positions available.

MarieClaire.com Spring 2013 Editorial Internship
Deadline: November 26
Send résumé and weekly availability to Alyssa Vingan with the subject line “MarieClaire.com Spring Internship.”

Enter the Bristol Short Story competition
The 2013 Bristol Short Story Prize is open to all writers, UK and non-UK based, over 16 years of age.
Stories can be on any theme or subject and entry can be made online via the website or by mail. Entries must be previously unpublished with a maximum length of 4,000 words (There is no minimum). The entry fee is £8 per story. The closing date for entries is April 30, 2013.

First: £1000 plus £150 Waterstone’s gift card
Second: £700  plus £100 Waterstone’s gift card
Third: £400   plus £100 Waterstone’s gift card
An additional 17 prizes of £100 will be presented to the writers whose stories appear on the shortlist. All 20 shortlisted writers will have their stories published in the Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 6. The winning story will, also, be published in Bristol Review of Books magazine.

Judging panel:
Ali Reynolds (literary consultant, former Random House editor)
Bidisha (writer, broadcaster, critic)
Anna Britten (author and  journalist)
Chris Wakling (novelist, creative writing tutor)

Follow this link for full details and rules.


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