Soliloquies Anthology is looking for its 2017/18 masthead. Available positions include: Online Editor, Social Media Editor, Poetry Editors, and Prose Editors.Read More
Soliloquies Anthology is currently seeking a Managing Editor for the 2017-2018 academic year, to work in collaboration with the Editor-in-Chief. These positions are a great opportunity to gain valuable publishing and editing experience, and to contribute to the literary community on campus.
The Managing Editor works closely with the Editors-in-Chief to perform the day-to-day operations of the journal. The Managing Editor contributes to various aspects of the anthology’s executive operations, including:
Responsibilities for the Managing Editor:
• Organizing the production of our bi-annual print publication, including submissions, printing, and dissemination
• Oversee online Soliloquies Writes content, social media accounts and our relationship with Montreal’s literary scene
• Maintain the archive of past publications, editors, and contributors
• Aiding the Editor-in-Chief with the management of the editorial committee, particularly overseeing media
• Correspondence with contributors, venues, publishers, and other external parties
• Planning the launch events and overseeing other initiatives
Qualified applicants will have some interest in the publishing industry and excellent organizational and managerial skills.
Send an updated CV and a max. 500 word cover letter detailing past editing experience and relevant assets to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 22nd at 11:59pm. Applicants may be asked to interview through March and early April. Applicants should be prepared to intern for the duration of the 2016-2017 academic year if hired.
Undergraduate Concordia students who are not eligible for this position but interested in joining the Soliloquies Anthology editorial committee may apply during our April call for editors. Information will be available on our Facebook page and website in the coming weeks.
Soliloquies Anthology is looking to ring in the new year with sparkling work from emerging and established authors.
We want smart, confident work from a multitude of perspectives, schools, and backgrounds.
Please send us work that knows how to dance on the edge of the precipice.
Submissions are open as of today until February 6th at midnight. For more information on how to submit, look here.
Soliloquies Anthology publishes flash fiction every two weeks! It's simple--we give you 1 word, you give us 300 or less. Your fiction does not need to explicitly include the word; making the word felt through its absence, the actions of your character(s), or associations of image, symbol, and metaphor is a choice we leave to you. Our first prompt this fall is: circumambulation.
The deadline to submit is midnight on October 14--Friday night--so you have ample opportunity to send us your best before doing whatever you choose to do that evening or after you decide to leave early. For more information on how to submit, look here.
Soliloquies Anthology is looking for vibrant, unpublished poetry and prose in English by emerging and established authors. We want smart, confident work, from a variety of locations, backgrounds, perspectives and schools.
Send us work that is polished, but not necessarily safe or perfect.
Submissions are open as of today! For more information on how to submit, look here.
On Thursday, March 17, Soliloquies Anthology, in collaboration with Headlight Anthology, presented Editors Talking Editing: the Other Side of Submittable, a discussion panel that launched Writers Read's Off the Page literary festival.Read More
In anticipation of the Off the Page literary festival, SA Editor-in-Chief Kailey Havelock discusses the future of publishing and editing in an increasingly digital world with discussion panelists from the upcoming Editors Talking Editing event.Read More
Soliloquies Anthology 14.1 writer and co-organizer of REVERB Esther McPhee talks to SA editor Alex Custodio about queer lit, mentoring teens, and the challenges and rewards of running a reading series.Read More