Wanted: Intern to Edit Pulitzer Prize-Winning Paper While Editor Is on Vacation

Do you have a car? Are you able to "work long hours"? Are you willing to sell yourself into journalistic indentured servitude for less than half a pittance? Here's your chance to edit a Pulitzer Prize-winning paper!

The Point Reyes (California) Light—winner of the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service!—is looking for an "assistant editor," and hell, as soon as you're on your feet they'll turn the whole operation over to you. After interning for three months, you get to edit the paper for a month while the editor goes on vacation. Maybe you'll win your own little prize! For $300 a month.

Wanted: Intern to Edit Pulitzer Prize-Winning Paper While Editor Is on Vacation

Truly, Craigslist never stops outdoing itself.
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