The Storytellers Alliance is seeking volunteer reviewers with a wide variety of backgrounds and interests to assist in ranking visual and literary submissions for publication in the What’s Your Story anthology.
WHAT’S YOUR STORY
A creative anthology of YOUR stories.
Real people. Real life.
Everyone has a story. What’s yours?
If you are interested in being considered, please submit a short (1-2 paragraph) bio describing your background, hobbies, career, community involvement, arts engagement, or any other relevant details that will help us know a little about you. Please include your contact information and general availability. There are no specific requirements, except that you cannot have previously submitted your own work to any calls for What’s Your Story in 2020.
The Storytellers Alliance panelists play a central role in upholding our mission to provide a platform for undiscovered and unheard voices. We rely on panels composed of individuals who represent a broad range of artistic and cultural viewpoints, as well as wide geographic and ethnic diversity, to provide peer evaluation and feedback in determining which submissions will be featured and/or selected for publication.
Artists who submitted their work are entitled to request a copy of their score sheet—reviewer names will be omitted.
If invited to interview, you may be asked to provide demographic information to ensure our panel is an inclusive and diverse representation of the community. Any information you provide in your application is voluntary and The Storytellers Alliance will not share your information with any third parties.
HOW TO APPLY
Please email your bio to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject [REVIEW PANEL].
April 30, 2021 ONGOING
Established in 2018, The Storytellers Alliance is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOSB), Minority-Owned, and Women-Owned (WOSB) business, founded on the vision of creating structured writing and multi-modal expressive arts programs accessible to the community, regardless of education, experience, or socio-economic status. The Storytellers Alliance provides a platform for undiscovered and unheard voices, and brings the classroom to your local community by hosting a variety of storytelling workshops, focused instruction, and individual coaching for established and aspiring literary, visual, and performing artists, collaborators, communicators, and those who seek growth and healing through the practice of expressive arts and storytelling.