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7. We're currently looking for a communications manager, a podcast editor, a grant writer, a graphic designer and a fundraiser to join our international, dynamic crew. As well, we welcome one-time event organizers from around the world to help us celebrate our 5th anniversary by holding an event in their cities from Jan 2016 to Apr 2016. If any of these positions appeal to you, drop us a line! View all available volunteer openings here.
8. We are developing an educational arm and a podcast. If you have the relevant experience and would like to help us with these projects, send us an email, making a passionate case for yourself!
9. We are constantly looking for ways to engage underrepresented communities. Although we try to reach out to everyone, Asymptote is still not networked in certain regions (e.g., Africa). If you belong to such an underrepresented region and would like to bring its literature to the world's attention, give us a shout. We are a global journal; we'd love to work with you.
10. As part of our initiative to reach out to readers from other language communities, we are translating work in the other direction every issue. So far, a Mary Gaitskill essay has been translated into the Japanese, a Soren Gauger into the Polish, and a Dominic Pettman into the Italian. If you are a seasoned literary translator and would like to volunteer your translation services, step forward to be on our list of translator-supporters. We also need readers as well, with mother-tongue fluency in diverse languages, so if you're game for contributing some audio bytes every now and then, let us know. All help will be credited after the masthead every issue.
We can't wait to hear from you!
—The Asymptote team