How the artistic structure and patterns of hip hop are helping create the next generation of architects. (GOOD)

Taylor Sheridan insists: Hire Native American actors for Native American roles (New York Times).

‘Writing is just cabinet-making with language’ (Granta).

The tweeting culture cops of YA literature (Vulture).

Google engineer sticks his foot in it by questioning women’s suitability for tech (Washington Post).

The frustrating inconsistencies of spoken English (Quartz).

‘I discovered Animorphs in the fourth grade, the first time that I became a boy’ (Avidly).

Why one writer of color publishes genre novels under a white pseudonym (The Walrus).

On the boon of tie-in writing (The Atlantic).

Stitch counts and racial justice (The Guardian).

Submittable is seeking beta-testers for a recommendation engine.

Some Opportunities:

The third annual Brett Elizabeth Jenkins Poetry Prize from Tinderbox will be judged by Sun Yung Shin.

Litro is seeking short fiction, flash/micro fiction, and nonfiction that explores boundaries for a forthcoming ‘Latin America’ issue.

For its August contest, ‘Silver Things,’ A3 welcomes short stories, flash fiction, poetry, comics, graphic stories, a snippet of memoir, photographs, illustrations, and any combination of these.

The LaSalle Storyteller Award is an unrestricted grant of $10,000 given to a Washington State artist engaged in storytelling through their artistic discipline. The 2017 Award will recognize fiction.

Ruminate has a number of open submission opportunities.

Allegheny County Airport Authority and the Office of Public Art are partnering to host a year-long artist residency at the Pittsburgh International Airport. Apply through the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute School of Art seeks a part-time beginning Ceramics Instructor for the Community Arts Education Program.

Hospital Drive, the literature, arts, and humanities magazine of the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, is awarding prizes of $500 each in the categories of poetry, prose, and visual art as part of its ‘Leaving‘ contest.

For ‘Unsung Heroes,’ Roar seeks essays, fiction, poetry, critical analysis, images, and media that highlight marginalized people who do heroic work in our communities.

Surface Media has a number of open positions in marketing and administration.

Teachers can apply for a supply box from the Kids in Need Foundation.

Narratively publishes 800-word snapshots and longform, investigative deep dives, working across mediums from the written word to photo, video, and comics.

Individual Artists of Oklahoma (IAO) seeks proposals in visual arts, performance, poetry, film & video, new media, and more for presentation at the IAO gallery during the 2017-2018 calendar.

The Florida Review is reading for both its print issue and Aquifer, a new online literary supplement.

The Hazards of Mercy’ issue of Pidgeonholes will explore the motives and misadventures of villains, be they super or terrible, theoretical or philosophical. Send fiction and poetry.

Radish Fiction has openings for a Business Development and Content Marketing Associate, a Content Operations Manager, and a Content Assistant Intern.

Senior Graphic Designer wanted by Verily, a NYC-based fashion and lifestyle site.

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