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This is how we thank you! Delicious food from our staff holiday party/appreciation. Photo courtesy of Andria Lo (www.andrialo.com)
Web Content Producer
Qualified candidates send resumes to Nina Reyes, Web Director at: nina[at]hyphenmagazine.com.
Hyphen is looking for credible, smart, bookish, overachieving, dusty-fingered, detailed-oriented and opinionated editors and writers. Our staff members are news junkies who are interested in social justice issues, politics and pop culture. There is no money involved, just the experience of working alongside the finest Asian American minds that community college ever produced.
Issues that affect Asian Americans are what we cover. While our focus is Asians living in the United States, we also strive to cover the international Asian diaspora through the lens of the Asian American experience. But, we'll still cringe at anything with the phrase "East meets West" in it.
Previous journalism experience desired, but we're open to newcomers.
We're especially looking for people in the following areas to help us produce our print magazine and website:
The blog editor manages a team of regular columnists and occasional bloggers/staff contributors, providing them with content edits and copyedits of their posts as well as technical support in our CMS. Specific duties include:
Please contact Cynthia(dot)Brothers(at)hyphenmagazine(dot)com with inquiries and questions.
Top of our wish list are news junkies interested in social justice issues, election coverage, and tracking acts of brilliance from the three branches of government as they affect Asian Americans. We want writers and editors familiar with key figures and debates at a national level, and who also know major Asian American figures in the political landscape and their history on issues. Especially keen on those who keep abreast of ethnic media (such as ColorLines, Racialicious), as well as major issues impacting other communities of color.
Help enhance Hyphen's Internet presence. If you can tweet, Facebook, edit, write and know what HTML stands for, we're looking for you. The web producers work under the Online Editor to manage our social media and website, which can include posting blog entries and news stories, archiving of print edition content and other production duties. They coordinate with editorial, social media, blog and tech team members to keep Hyphen's website fresh and current. Familiarity content management systems, especially Drupal, is a plus.
Help develop the in-depth stories that anchor the magazine. We're looking for a team of editors to put together stories that explore a more complex representation of Asian America that is missing from most media. They can be serious, they can be funny, but most of all they are enlightening and well-crafted for both print and web.
FOB editors coordinate the shorter, fun, quirky features that open the print magazine. We need editors who can use style and humor to create a section that draws in readers.
Wordsmiths with a sense of style and substance are what we're looking for in a Hyphen copy editor. If you can shine copy like car wax and make headlines sing, we're looking for you. Previous copy editing experience and knowledge of AP style desired.
Hyphen is looking for writers with style and sass to cover a range of topics from the frivolous to the serious, for both our print editions and website. Assignments may range from profiles to in-depth feature stories, current events-oriented news and analysis to book, movie and music reviews -- so long as they are well written and solidly reported.
Hyphen blog columnists need to have an engaging, conversational style consistent with the Hyphen voice, and be highly informed about Asian American culture and politics. Columnists must commit to posting once every four weeks on topics of interest to Asian America. They should have basic HTML editing skills and be familiar with AP style.
We're also looking for writers to contribute content on a freelance basis in any of the above categories. To freelance or guest post, please see our submission guidelines.
General Duties & Responsibilities for Editorial Team:
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We prefer that our editors be landlocked to the San Francisco Bay Area (though consideration is extended to those living elsewhere). Blog columnists and staff writers, however, may work remotely.
Those interested in any of the editorial/magazine positions should send the following materials:
Blog applicants, please send your application to blog[at]hyphenmagazine[dot]com with the subject "Blogger."
All other (non-blog) candidates, please send your application to Michele Carlson, Managing Editor, at michele[dot]carlson[at]hyphenmagazine[dot]com with the subject "Editorial Team Position."
Hyphen is looking for dedicated, persistent, won't-take-no-for-an-answer wordsmith and research superheroes to show us the money(!) and direct our fundraising efforts. We need passionate individuals to convert readers into believers and donors.
We have a strong immediate need for:
The Development Director will play a key role in leading Hyphen magazine toward long-term sustainability.
Grant writers will be instrumental in securing funding and ensuring Hyphen’s long-term sustainability. Grant writers will be working as a team along with the Development Director to meet Hyphen’s financial short- and long-term goals.
General Duties & Responsibilities for Develpment Team:
Knowledge and Skills:
Qualified candidates send materials to Tina Hsu (tina.hsu (at) hyphenmagazine(dot)com with the the subject "Development Team":
Hyphen is looking for smart, overachieving, creative, articulate, innovative, detailed-oriented and above all, dedicated members to join its Business Team. We are interested in social justice issues, politics and pop culture. There is no money involved, just the experience of working alongside the greatest bunch of people you'll ever meet. There, we said it.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR
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STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
Feel free to drop our recruiter a line at getinvolved[at]hyphenmagazine.com.
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