Interning with San Antonio Review


Interns at San Antonio Review are integral and full members of the SAR Editorial Collective. Interns work on a variety of editorial and promotional projects and have an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of editing, producing and marketing a publication for serious and demanding readers.

Interns are closely involved in the nuts and bolts of the publication process. They copyedit, proofread and fact check pieces for print and web, help with art research and permissions, read submissions, and help contributors use SAR tools. Interns will also perform some administrative and marketing tasks, including social media marketing and community building.

Interns have responsibilities that matter. The skills accrued are essential to any future career, and the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of this rewarding and challenging space is invaluable.

The cover letter is by far the most important element of the application. It is your opportunity to explain why an internship at San Antonio Review is important to you and to demonstrate your abilities as a writer, which are the foundation of any career in publishing. Prior work experience in publishing is less important than applicants’ knowledge of SAR and the level of commitment and creativity that they can bring to the magazine. Candidates are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with San Antonio Review before applying.

Please submit the following materials in a single file after completing the form below:

  1. A cover letter of no more than one page.
  2. Your resume or CV 





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