Available positions: digital media, literature
The Mantle publishes emerging critics, writers, and intellectuals in the areas of Arts & Culture, International Affairs, Philosophy, and Literature. We foster discourse with a global audience through critiques, essays, and interviews. We pay close attention to voices with limited exposure in their home countries and the English language, as well as individuals experiencing censorship. Our Roundtable debate series allows for deeper engagement on select issues, while our Publishing arm features emerging critical and literary talent in print and ebook form.
We are currently seeking editors to join our team on a volunteer basis. We run with an all-volunteer staff, and are looking for a few more folks dedicated to giving their time in the pursuit of great literature, thoughtful critique, and amplifying otherwise silenced voices.
The social media editor will be responsible for running our Facebook and Twitter accounts, helping create a social strategy, and assisting with our Instagram account. This is a new position that might evolve over time.
The digital media editor will be responsible for creating original artwork for Mantle essays, assisting with social media art, and other special projects. This is a new position, and one that might evolve over time.
This section on our site is dedicated to book reviews, author interviews, our Writer’s Notes series, literary critiques, and more. The literature editor will be responsible for finding writers and—through a cooperative editorial process—bring their essays from draft to publication.
How to Apply
Send a resume to corrie [at] themantle.net (subject: Editorial%20Position%20at%20The%20Mantle) (Corrie Hulse) – Please include links to any published pieces, as well as appropriate social media handles (e.g., Twitter, Instagram).