Galen Williams Fellowship Program, 2013-14 (Multiple Opportunities)

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Posted 5.20.13

Galen Williams Fellowship Program, 2013-14 (Multiple Opportunities)

Poets & Writers offers three part-time, paid fellowships to nurture the next generation of leaders for the literary field. We will select one fellow to work in each of the following areas: Editorial, Online Editorial, and Readings/Workshops. All three positions are located in our New York City office for a term of forty weeks from September 2013 through June 2014. Please read each job description carefully and apply for the specific fellowship you are interested in; to be considered for more than one position, please submit separate applications for each.

Download Editorial Fellow job description and application instructions.

Download Online Editorial Fellow job description and application instructions.

Download Readings/Workshops Program job description and application instructions.

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