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Our Arts Editor Becky Ayre is stepping down from her post in June to concentrate on other projects, so we’re looking for someone to take her place. Are you passionate about theatre, live performance and art and able to convey that passion in words?
The Litro Arts Editor will be constantly on the look-out for new, exciting and fringe events in London and across the UK. You will be reviewing events for the Litro website yourself, and also coordinating reviews from a team of regular Litro contributors, assigning work, editing and advising.
A working knowledge of WordPress would be an advantage, although not essential. Passion and solid writing skills are paramount.
You will need to be able to commit the equivalent of at least a day a week to the role, not including any events attended. This is an unpaid position, but it’s fantastic experience for anyone interested in Arts writing, reviewing and magazine editing. You’ll also get access to a wide range of events as a reviewer.
If you are interested, please email our Online Editor Emily by Sunday 26th May on firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a sample review of something you’ve seen in the last three months.
Emily Cleaver is Litro's Online Editor. She is passionate about short stories and writes, reads and reviews them. Her own stories have been published in the London Lies anthology from Arachne Press, Paraxis, .Cent, The Mechanics’ Institute Review, One Eye Grey, and Smoke magazines, performed to audiences at Liars League, Stand Up Tragedy, WritLOUD, Tales of the Decongested and Spark London and broadcasted on Resonance FM and Pagan Radio. As a former manager of one of London’s oldest second-hand bookshops, she also blogs about old and obscure books. You can read her tiny true dramas about working in a secondhand bookshop at smallplays.com and see more of her writing at emilycleaver.net.