Category: New Media
Editorial and/or Art Intern
Quail Bell Magazine (www.quailbellmagazine.com)Category: New Media
If the imaginary, the nostalgic, and the otherworldly intrigue your inquisitive mind, Quail Bell Magazine wants you to be our next fledgling writer, artist, or miscellaneous "creative." We publish non-fiction and fiction relevant to art, literature, history, folklore, and/or issues of social justice. Our magazine exists mainly online, though we release print issues four times a year. We also organize events and develop original products.
Specify your particular interest in writing, art, or other content production, and we will help design the perfect hands-on internship for you. We are also interested in working with people with backgrounds in advertising, business, and computer programming.
This is primarily a remote internship, done online via email, as well as Skype, Facebook, and Google Docs. When we host events, local interns may wish to directly participate in planning and execution.
Interest and enthusiasm are more important than experience. While we would prefer college or graduate students pursuing a degree in art, English, journalism, or a related field, we will consider anyone with the will to learn.
How To Apply:
Please submit a brief letter of interest to email@example.com. We would appreciate seeing a writing, illustration, design, video, or audio sample if you have one.
Deadline To Apply: None
Web site: http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/
Posted: 11/27/2012 - 08:33 p.m.
Modified: 12/04/2012 - 07:16 a.m.
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