The Houston Press is looking to fill its new position of Arts & Culture Editor. Applicants should be well versed in blogging, Twitter, and Facebook, have interest in and knowledge of the arts scene in Houston, and be able to write clearly, cleverly and with the ability to apply criticism and praise as needed.
The Arts & Culture Editor will write blog and print items, assign stories to freelancers and edit copy, tweet, and work closely with our Night & Day editor. Areas of coverage will include visual and performance arts, the symphony, dance, comedy clubs, fashion and architecture. Knowledge of photography and video is a plus. This is a fulltime position with benefits.
Anyone interested in applying should send a cover letter, resume and 5-8 writing samples to Editor Margaret Downing at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
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