Expression of interest

If you’d like to get on our radar and join our ongoing pool of candidates, you can use the form below to briefly tell us about yourself and your qualifications. A few things to note:

  • We’re looking for professional-level narrative creators — memoirists, journalists, novelists, poets, screenwriters, playwrights, et cetera. This usually means someone with a book, a publication/production history, or an equivalent body of work under their belt. While it’s fine to pay the bills with commercial projects on the side, we’re not looking for people whose primary work is advertising, marketing, press relations or related corporate content. If you’re diligently working at your craft but not yet ready to declare yourself “professional level,” consider applying for a fellowship.
  • We want people who’ll take part — come in frequently, get excited about being around other writers, participate in our readings and events, and even start new ones.
  • We also have occasional openings for enterprise members to rent offices in the Grotto. These are businesses such as literary agents, publishing houses, content producers or media organizations that want to open a small San Francisco office and locate in our community. If your organization is interested in this possibility, please contacts sfgrottomembership@gmail.com.

Please understand that, apart from an acknowledgement email, no response should be expected; we’re a member-run organization, which means we all have projects and deadlines of our own. Our silence doesn’t constitute rejection — we turn to expressions of interest only when the need arises. You’re free to resubmit yours with updated credentials, but we ask that you do so no more than once a year.

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Expression of Interest

  • Tell us a bit about yourself, as a writer and a person. Save the publishing/production credentials for the next field. 100 words maximum, please.
  • Your publishing/production history, recognition, etc. Feel free to use third-person resume-style language--we don't mind if it sounds stuffy. 250 words max, please.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

 

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