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“Paperbark” Seeks Graduate Students for Staff Positions

Paperbark magazine next to coffee
“Paperbark” literary magazine is seeking graduate students for staff positions stipend included.

“Paperbark” literary magazine, which celebrates the confluences between environmental sciences and the humanities through prose, poetry, artwork and photography, is seeking graduate students for staff positions (stipend included).

Staff positions available for 2019-2020:

  • Editor-in-chief
  • Managing editor
  • Submissions editor
  • Development manager
  • Distribution and community coordinator
  • Special projects coordinator
  • Visual media coordinator (starting in spring 2020)

Successful candidates will share a variety of responsibilities related to the production of an annual magazine issue and gain a wide range of professional skills in grant writing, fundraising, design, print production and team leadership. Applications from all disciplines are encouraged.

Applications for volunteer readers, responsible for reading and reviewing work as it is submitted, are also being accepted.

For more information and full job descriptions, please contact Erin Wnorowski at, and please visit