If you’ve ever submitted your fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or artwork to a literary journal, you may have wondered: What’s it like to receive all these submissions? How do you decide what’s worthy of publication?
If you’d like to gain some experience choosing pieces for publication, we’ve got some opportunities for you on Mud Season Review.
Our volunteer staff members read submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork on a rolling basis using an online system called Submittable. It’s a fun, collaborative effort that results in a monthly publication of which the whole organization is justifiably proud.
We need folks who are living in the Burlington area or can easily commute to Burlington. Though most of this work can be done remotely, we do need editors to meet in person at our workshop space in Burlington from time to time to collaboratively make editorial and other decisions.
We have immediate openings for editors and readers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. If you’re interested, tell us by filling out our contact form describing your interest and a little about your background.