Literary Cleveland is accepting applications for its 2018 Programming Fellowship, a part-time fellowship that offers a writer for an underrepresented group an experience in editing, publishing, literary programming, and outreach in collaboration with the staff of Lit Cleveland.
Lit Cleveland’s mission is to help build and nurture a vibrant literary arts community in Northeast Ohio. The organization produces dozens of workshops and networking events annually, hosts a reading and author talk series at the Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern, and organizes the annual free Inkubator conference at Cleveland Public Library, among other core programs. Lit Cleveland was incorporated in 2015 and is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with 300+ contributing members. In 2017, we organized nearly 100 events impacting more than 2,000 individuals.
A complete history and description of activities is on our website at www.litcleveland.org.
Duties and responsibilities will include:
Timeline: April 1st 2018 through August 31st 2018 (5 months, start date somewhat flexible)
Email one-page letter of inquiry and resume to:
Lee Chilcote, Director
6516 Detroit Ave. Suite 13, Cleveland Oh 44102
To create a strong community of readers and writers in Cleveland, Ohio through workshops, classes, readings and other events.