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Letter from the Editors
Aleksandra Hill, Kanika Agrawal, Rowan Morrison, Zhui Ning Chang, Isabella Kestermann, and Sachiko Ragosta

Special Content

Coming soon: excerpt of Liar, Dreamer, Thief and an interview with its author, Maria Dong!

Interview with Naseem Jamnia
Questions by Aleksandra Hill

Excerpt: The Bruising of Qilwa
Out from Tachyon Publications

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Cover: Issue 4.1
Ophiuchus Art

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Calls for volunteers will be posted on this page. If there are no positions listed, please follow our Twitter account (@khoreomag) or sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page to hear about our next call for applicants!

We are currently looking only for volunteers. More updates as the magazine evolves.

We are looking for an individual who can join our team. Applicants should…
  • Be passionate about speculative fiction!
  • Have a good eye for detail
  • Be available for a few hours within a seven-day period once a quarter
  • Be open to working in an asynchronous, collaborative environment with fiction editors, authors, and copy editors
  • Be comfortable with Slack and Google Docs, or willing to learn these platforms
 
We publish on a quarterly basis, on the 15th of March, June, September, and January. A proofreader would be asked to set aside a few hours between roughly the 4th-11th of each month we publish in order to check the PDF and eBook of each issue for consistency (story title, byline, word count, content warnings, format, layout, content).
 
The proofreader would also work hand-in-hand with the outgoing Proofreader during their first submission period to learn our current process; we always welcome improvements for the future! 🙂
 
Please note that khōréō is a volunteer-run organization; this is an unpaid position.
 
TO APPLY:
Please email contact@khoreomag.com and art@khoreomag.com with a resume and a brief statement of interest (including details of experience and why you’d like to volunteer with khōréō).
 
Please note: this is a leadership position at the magazine. As such, we especially encourage individuals who identify as immigrants or members of a diaspora, and especially BIPOC, to apply for this position.
 
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis with an aim to fill the role by the end of April.