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April 5, 2010

Another Real, Live Arts Journalism Job (and a Cool One)

So says Boston Globe Arts Editor Rebecca Ostriker, who reports that she's seeking an assistant arts editor. Here's the posting she sent along:

Assistant Arts Editor

The Boston Globe is looking to hire an assistant editor for its award-winning arts and entertainment department. The right candidate will be seasoned, ambitious, and passionate about the arts and culture. Creative energy, high standards, strong editing and planning skills are a must. Experience with editing arts coverage for a major newspaper or magazine is required, and expertise in subjects ranging from pop music to television, theater, and visual art are especially welcome.

If interested, please send a resume and clips or examples of sections you've edited to: Rebecca Ostriker, Arts Editor, Boston Globe, P.O. Box 55819, Boston MA 02205; ostrikerATglobe.com

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