Exciting models for ‘teaching’ creativity, including Google-derived Genius Hour (The Walrus).

Medium’s CEO talks payouts (Medium).

Bringing Gustav Klimt’s shine to life (Open Culture).

An Interview with the author of Goodbye, Vitamin, Rachel Khong (Asian American Writers’ Workshop).

Tasty confectionery instead of tawdry cover songs’ and how GBBO otherwise takes the cake (The Economist).

Senior actors’ reboot of Annie Hall (Huffpost).

Edible jazz’: an exploration of race, region, and the fight for culinary justice (NPR).

Audio on how the Doves typeface flew (Futility Closet) and why wine writing is terrible (Eater).

‘There are almost 70 million Latinos in America, and why do we remain so absent and invisible?’ John Leguizamo (Billboard).

What Submittable’s team uncovered via Discover (Submittable Blog).

Some Opportunities:

The Kathy Fish Fellowship from Smokelong Quarterly celebrates new and emerging flash fiction writers.

Tiny Tim Literary Review seeks to normalize chronically ill/disability narratives and humanize medical professionals through fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.

For its upcoming group exhibition, ‘Surreal Photography Honoring Man Ray,’ Passaporte seek photographs that draw the viewer into an experience beyond the explicable and the ordinary.

QuillsEdge Press is calling for verse from new, emerging, and established women poets for its anthology ‘50/50: Poems and Translations by Women Over 50.’

Grants from the Fund for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) support stories that break new ground and expose wrongdoing in the public and private sectors. FIJ encourages proposals written for ethnic media as well as those submitted by journalists of color.

The Los Gatos Irish Writers’ Festival is hosting two contests, one for poetry and one for short stories.

For an upcoming issue of Quarterly Concern devoted to work by immigrant and refugee authorsMcSweeney’s is accepting fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and photography.

Texas Review Press has two fiction contest opportunities and is also seeking writing in three genres for The Gordian Review, an online journal operated by grad students for grad students.

Tin House is accepting applications for craft intensives in Brooklyn.

The Overland Writer’s Residency in Australia is open to writers who identify as Indigenous, workig on a book-length writing project (or equivalent) in any form.

The National Parks Arts Foundation is offering a new artist-in-residence program at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, where park boundaries include two legendary and sacred volcanoes.

The Adventure Cycling Association has a number of open employment opportunities.

New Music Edmonton, dedicated to the promotion and presentation of contemporary music and sound-related arts, is inviting proposals for its 2018/19 season.

Short stories of 2,000 words or less, responding to specific themes based on old sayings, proverbs, and maxims, are wanted by Gathering Storm Magazine.

International Women’s Media Foundation is seeking a Communications Coordinator, as well as Volunteer Readers.

For the 8th iteration of the Queens InternationalQueens Museum seeks applications from artists and cultural producers living and/or working in Queens.

Shunpike is offering a new Artist-in-Residence program in Seattle.

In an effort to help diverse voices be heard, Alternating Current has removed fee barriers for underrepresented groups wishing to submit.

The Sea Letter is a blog and seasonal literary magazine dedicated to curiosity. Print submissions open Oct. 1 and pay $50 per acceptance, in all categories.

Four unpaid internship rounds are offered each year by The Lifted Brow.

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