-Mashable is hiring a tech reporter to pitch 2-5 daily stories. They will write a mix of commentary, breaking news, reviews, and features.
-Eater Chicago is hiring a lead editor to oversee all of the site’s content output, from daily news to maps to features and off-platform content.
-The New York Times is hiring a Great Reads editor to edit narrative writing: everything from a 900-word dispatch to a 10,000-word magazine story.
-The Dodo is hiring an associate video editor/ producer to source compelling stories about animals (aw, wholesome).
-The New York Times is hiring a lead editor who is passionate about personal finance and all things money for Wirecutter’s money section.
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GIGS AND FELLOWSHIPS
-The National Critics Institute, hosted by the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, is now accepting applications for its 2020 residency program with a deadline of April 15. NCI is a two-week intensive training institute for mid- to early-career arts journalists and critics led by Chris Jones, critic and columnist at the Chicago Tribune. NCI is the leading program of its kind in arts criticism, offering workshops in reviewing theater, film, dance, and food with guest faculty at the top of their fields. The residency takes place in early July and is fully funded at no cost to fellows. Visit the NCI homepage for more details and to apply, and contact Naveen Kumar ([email protected]) with any questions.
-Outside Magazine is accepting applications for its six-month fellowship program. The pay is $15/hour and the fellowship is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Apply by April 3.
-The Daily Beast is accepting applications for its summer internship program. They’re looking for a Cheat Sheet/breaking news intern, an entertainment intern, a photo intern, and a social media intern.
-Contently is assigning more freelance work right now. Learn more about what and how to pitch here.
-Narratively is accepting pitches for personal essays on the theme “Adventure.” They want pitches about the wildest adventures of your life while traveling. “The focus should not be just on describing the location—tell me a story of something incredible, unusual, and exciting that HAPPENED while you were traveling.” The deadline to pitch is April 3 and rate is $300.
-Talk Poverty wants pitches about coronavirus and how it intersects with poverty. They want essays and reported features about the unintended consequences and new angles. Send pitches to [email protected].
-Al Jazeera English is accepting pitches for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 stories. They will work with you to figure out best ways to report from home. The rate is $350 for news and features. Send pitches and clips to [email protected].
-Commune is looking for pitches about “how people live and what they love and how that could be enough but it’s not cause life is organized by capital.” Rates are low ($50 for 2,000 words, $100 for 3,000 words, $150 for 4,000 words and up). Send pitches to [email protected].
-The Rumpus is looking for interview pitches for the summer. They especially want to highlight the works of writers whose book launches may have been affected by COVID-19. Send pitches to [email protected].
-Belt Magazine is looking for stories, reflections, poems, photos, and essays for its City Anthology Series. Send pitches about Sioux Falls and its surrounding locales that put it in perspective for longtime residents, newcomers, and outsiders. You can find more info in the call for submissions here.
-WIRED UK is looking for features that don’t require a lot of travel. (Hm, wonder why.) Read more about what and how to pitch here.
-Women Who Write Are Dope, a new Medium publication, is looking for contributors to write about vulnerability, personal empowerment, love and relationships, identity, mental health, and society. Send pitches to [email protected].
-Yes! Magazine is accepting pitches for a series titled “ Community Power in Times of Crisis.” The deadline for submissions is April 3. Read more about what and how to pitch here.
-The Guardian is looking for freelance health writers. Respond to this tweet if that’s you and you’re interested.
-Eucalyptus is looking for pitches about what it’s like to live during a pandemic. What has changed about your life? Do you ask yourself questions you didn’t before? Have your values changed? Send pitches to [email protected].
-Mongabay is seeking pitches for paid longform narrative reportage from journalists who have been in east or west Africa, South America, or Southeast Asia within the past six months. Send pitches to [email protected].