Announcements Archives - The Millions

November 29, 2016

Now More Than Ever: Support The Millions Today 1

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Rather than ask for your support at some future moment, when The Millions is under duress, it has become clear to us that it makes much more sense to ask for your support now, when we are doing well, producing great work, and hopeful about our big plans for the future.

October 17, 2016

A Very Special Millions Correction 2

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About Bob Dylan, we were wrong.

July 28, 2016

[CLOSED] We’re Hiring: The Millions Needs a Social Media Manager 1

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For the first time ever, The Millions is hiring a paid part-time social media manager.

March 29, 2016

Lydia Kiesling Is the New Editor of The Millions 19

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We have some news.

July 23, 2015

Help Wanted: The Millions Needs Curiosities and Social Media Interns 0

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The site continues to grow, and that means we have an opportunity to add two more book-loving people to our team.

April 16, 2014

Help Wanted: The Millions Needs a Curiosities and Social Media Intern 0

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The site continues to grow, and that means we have an opportunity to add another book-loving person to our team.

May 8, 2013

Help Wanted: The Millions Needs a Curiosities and Social Media Intern Superstar 2

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The site continues to grow, and that means we have an opportunity to add another book-loving person to our team.

November 21, 2012

Thank You Millions Readers 0

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A word we head into the holiday season: Thank you readers of The Millions for your thoughtful engagement with the site, and especially those of you who have generously supported our efforts. Happy Thanksgiving!

September 5, 2012

Help Wanted: The Millions Needs a Curiosities and Social Media Intern Superstar – CLOSED 4

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The site continues to grow, and that means we have an opportunity to add another book-loving person to our team.

August 23, 2012

The Table 4 Writers Foundation: Elaine Kaufman’s Legacy Lives On 4

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The glue that held it all together was Elaine herself, an outsize personality with a sharp tongue and a sharper wit, who was usually installed opposite the bar at Table 4, dressed in her trademark round eyeglasses and flowing dresses. She was a magnet, a matchmaker, a traffic cop, a den mother, and, yes, an unlicensed head shrinker.