Peachtree Publishers seeks intern Students interested in a publishing or marketing career have the opportunity to gain real-life experience this summer. In this unpaid position, the intern will assist in the development of the forthcoming season’s publicity and marketing plans and in the execution of daily department tasks. Candidates must be able to work 10 hours […]

Chicago Tribune’s Nelson Short Story Contest now open Stories must be double-spaced and no longer than 8,000 words. Please remove name and any other identifying information from manuscript and submit no more than two stories. The first place winner will receive $3,500. Four finalists will receive $1,000 and five runners-up will be awarded $500. All […]

Come to SCAD Museum of Art to hear writing professors George Williams and Jonathan Rabb read excerpts from their latest novels. After the reading, audience members will have the chance to ask the authors questions and have their books signed. Books will be available for sale on site. In Rabb’s “Among the Living,” concentration camp survivor Yitzhak Goldah […]

BroadwayWorld in need of volunteer writers The theatre site is searching to fill positions for writers, critics, and guest bloggers. Writers will work to promote local productions. Work will include show reviews, previews, interviews, and special features. For more information and to check if positions are available in your region, visit the website. Zócalo Public […]

This just in: Down & Out Books publishes latest novel by SCAD Writing Professor George Williams. The day Zoë turns fifteen, she ditches high school in Chandler, Arizona, and is picked up by Skelton, an elderly man driving a step van turned laboratory. He promises to teach the girl all he knows if Zoë trusts him to […]

Deathmatch Short Story Contest Returns Online readers decide the best fictional short story submitted. In addition to $400 and getting their story published, the top ten winners will meet with an acclaimed book publisher, a literary agent and an award-winning writer who will provide expert guidance. For complete guidelines, visit the website. Deadline is Dec. […]

Are you a storyteller? Want to be one? Study the craft of character, plot, setting and voice with short story writer and editor Lee Griffith. Winter | M, W | 5pm – 7:30pm | Arnold Hall 224 Register for: WRIT 705 Techniques of Fiction Open to all Graduate Students, All Majors. No Pre-reqs.  

The Savannah Music Festival is searching for an Intern to assist with its education programs. This internship is ideally suited for anyone wishing to gain experience in any or all of the following: writing for social media, social media management, PR strategy, research and program development, the production of large-scale events, non-profit organizations, arts education. […]

The Deep Center, a Savannah non-profit focused on literacy, is currently accepting applications for 2017 fellowship programs, which run January – April 2017. In teams of two, Writing Fellows will lead a weekly creative writing workshop made up of 11-14-year-olds at a Savannah public middle school. Deep will provide initial and ongoing training, curricular and […]

The Blueshift Journal offers online writing workshop series The Blueshift Journal, a tri-annual publication, is looking for student applications of all ages to participate in The Speakeasy Project. Award-winning mentors: Cathy Linh Che, Kaveh Akbar, Christopher Soto, Jennifer Givhan, Paul Tran, and Chen Chen will mentor one-on-one through videoconferencing to refine poetry writing skills. During […]

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