*Applications for summer internships are open from February 14–March 25*
An Epiphany internship includes a combination of editorial and managerial work, so that interns get a sense for both of these aspects of publishing a literary magazine.
An intern's chief editorial responsibility is to read submissions to the magazine. Interns receive feedback and mentorship from an Epiphany editor throughout the process.
On the managerial side of things, interns take on various research projects and day-to-day tasks. These do not include getting coffee. Furthermore, the Epiphany Bill of Interns’ Rights* dictates that no intern shall be asked to complete more than seventeen spreadsheet-related tasks during their tenure with the magazine.**
Some finer details:
- Internships can be conducted from New York, Los Angeles, or, in some cases, remotely.
- Internships are unpaid.
*available upon request
**Epiphany is not contractually obligated to uphold this agreement, but you can take our word for it.