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Wanna edit Salient in 2011?

Reckon you’ve got what it takes to steer the good ship Salient next year? We’re extending applications for the 2011 Editor position for another week—that means you’ve got until Wednesday 29 September to get your application in.

You’ll find all the important details here.

Any questions? Want the full job description and 2010 budget? Email

Go forth and apply!

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  1. Jackson James Wood says:

    That sounds like a lark.

  2. peteremcc says:

    Is it a worry that the only people to have posted here so far are former editors?

  3. Nteve Sicoll says:

    Steve Nicoll for ed 2011 HOPE!

  4. Jackson James Wood says:

    Well, Tristan. That may sound like a lark, but I really could go for one of these larks

    Peter: Tristan and I are actually in the process of putting a combined bid in. Trison or Jacktan – we’re not sure which yet – could be editing Salient next year.

  5. Will there be lots of Dragoraptors or Velociragons?

  6. MBS says:

    … pretty homo-erotic vampire velociraptors.

  7. Tristan Egarr says:

    So… I just logged on to point out that issue 24 will be a climactic 50-page dragon vs. velociraptor battle… but you knew us too well and guessed that already. Drats und damn.

  8. lol troll says:


  9. bilbo says:

    Nicola Kean might apply I guess

  10. Violet Black says:

    Noooo I want to make its pictures!

  11. smackdown says:

    salient has a mummy and a daddy now im so happy no more single stressed out parents :-)

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