We’re searching for two editors to join our team—a fiction editor and a nonfiction editor. Both are part-time independent contractor positions that can be done remotely. Below are the details, if you’re interested.
We strongly encourage people of color, women, LBGTQ folks, formerly incarcerated, and differently-abled people to apply.
We're also seeking new board members for the Ruminate Board—more details here.
FICTION & NONFICTION EDITORS:
Reporting to the Editor-in-Chief, these editors manage the fiction and nonfiction published in Ruminate—a nonprofit, contemplative-arts magazine entering its twelfth year of publication. This position requires impeccable editorial skills, experience as a compassionate, skillful communicator, and a heart for all that Ruminate represents and the ability to select manuscripts that reflect Ruminate's vision.
The ideal candidate is engaged by the tone and spirit of our publication and understands that Ruminate is more than just another magazine and that this is more than just another job.
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