join the team

Here at  Nat. Brut, we pride ourselves on our highly inclusive and collaborative working atmosphere. Our staff is spread out across the globe and all duties are performed remotely. Please note that, due to our status as a fledgling non profit, all positions at Nat. Brut, are volunteer-only. Please note that once the positions are filled, the applications will be removed from this page.

Nat. Brut, is committed to creating a platform for and by the voices typically marginalized from mainstream literary/arts consumption. For this reason, we encourage applications from people of color and/or LGBTQIA-identifying folks, although we do accept applications from every demographic. 

A bit about us: Nat. Brut, (pr. nat broot) is a biannual journal of art and literature dedicated to advancing equality and inclusivity in all creative fields. 

fiction reader

As a Fiction Reader at Nat. Brut, you will be responsible for reading our fiction submissions with love and care and recommending to our Fiction Editor which pieces Nat. Brut should publish. This responsibility requires:

  • Ability to identify outstanding works of fiction, both in terms of content and style

  • An open mind regarding literary forms and subject matter

  • A desire to promote social justice in literature and the arts by amplifying underrepresented voices

  • A commitment of 2-4 hours per week during submissions seasons (currently October-December and April-June).


Preferred qualifications include:

  • Previous editing experience

  • Experience with Submittable and Google Drive

  • A glowing track record that showcases your commitment, follow-through, and diligence


Applications should include:

  • Resume

  • Brief cover letter explaining what attracted you to Nat. Brut, and how your skills and experiences have equipped you for this role


Other details:

  • Will work closely with the Managing Editors and Fiction Editor Diamond Forde


Please note that all positions at Nat. Brut are unpaid.

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Nat. Brut is a proud winner of a 2020 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize