Skip to content
Typehouse Issue 27 Cover

Issue 27 is Complete!

Read and order the new issue here!

Our open submission periods for the rest of the year will be
posted by the end of August 2023

Our next issue will be out in November of this year (2023)


We are looking for new editors!

 Positions Open through Issue 28, November 2023.
* Prose and Poetry Feedback Editors *
* Prose Regular Editors *

Editor Responsibilities

  • Read or provide feedback depending on position (see below)
  • Edit selected submissions for print in the magazine
  • Proof finished magazine before going to print
  • Time commitment is very part time, and there is a probationary period to ensure that it will be a good fit for everyone.

Position Duties:

Regular Submission Editors
Read submissions as they come in, starting with the oldest, and vote “Yes,” “No,” or “Maybe” on ten submissions a week, along with voting on “Maybe” submissions.

Feedback Editors
Editors will be expected to provide feedback on three submissions a week, as well as weigh in on “Maybe” submissions, and help with regular submissions as needed. We ask you have experience with writing feedback , and we will ask for test sample feedback. EIC will work with new editors to help them adjust to our feedback style and provide support.


  • We use Submittable for our submission process. It’s easy to use and quick to learn
  • As Feedback and Critiques are the backbone of financing the magazine and paying contributors, feedback editors receive a small stipend per feedback. All editors receive hard copies of the issues they work on, and letters of recommendation, summaries of work performed, paperwork for college requirements, and other records are gladly provided.
  • Time off for travel or work can be arranged. All positions will run through the end of November 2023 and can be continued for further reading periods if agreed on by all parties.

If you are interested in this position send an email to typehouse(at) typehousemagazine(dot)com. Include information on your experience with creative writing, publications, writer’s groups, schooling, etc., and whether the time and reading period commitment required will work for you