Superstition Review is now accepting applications for ASU undergraduate student interns for Fall 2010!
A Bit About the Internship:
Superstition Review is an online literary magazine that publishes fresh fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, artwork, photography, and interviews from both established and emerging writers across the United States. A teaching tool of the Literature, Writing, and Film program at ASU’s Polytechnic campus, Superstition Review is a three credit course that gives ASU undergraduate interns valuable hands-on experience in publishing a literary magazine. The interns do all the work themselves, from soliciting and selecting work for publication to designing and maintaining the Superstition Review website—meaning no intern’s time is wasted getting other people’s coffee. Plus, the hours are flexible, as all work is done online through a course Blackboard site.
To gain a better idea of what specific positions entail, explore the intern interviews and progress updates right here on our blog. For specific applicant guidelines, see the application below.
If you’ve been following our blog and are dying to work with us, now’s your chance! Applications are being accepted until positions are filled, so apply soon! We can’t wait to work with you.
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