The Reginald S. Tickner Writing Fellowship is an annual writer-in-residence position named in honor of Reginald Tickner, whose 41-year career at Gilman impacted thousands of Gilman students. Each year, the Tickner Fellow: Directs the Writers at Work Series, a yearly program of bringing writers to campus to give a reading and work with classes for a day. Advises Paragon, the school’s award-winning literary magazine, published at least twice each year. Teaches one section of Creative Writing to seniors every other day in addition to leading occasional creative writing projects in other English classes. Consults one-to-one with students on their writing as part of the Tickner Writing Center and inindependent study. Uses his/her non-teaching day for activity related to personal writing projects and shares the process with students and faculty. The Reginald S. Tickner Writing Fellowship is a one-year, 32-hour per week position. The salary is approximately $30,000; full benefits package available. Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, threeconfidential letters of recommendation, and samples of published writing to: Patrick Hastings / Director of the Tickner Writing Center / Gilman School /5407 Roland Avenue / Baltimore, MD 21210. Materials must be RECEIVED by and NO LATER THAN January 8.