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Are you a writer? Are you interested in working for Vogue, Rolling Stone, or The New Yorker? Writer Susan Orlean shares her insight in the video above.


Growing up in New Orleans as the oldest son of pianist and educator Ellis Marsalis, Branford was drawn to music along with siblings Wynton, Delfeayo and Jason. His first instrument, the clarinet, gave way to the alto and then the tenor and soprano saxophones when the teenage Branford began working in local bands. A growing fascination with jazz as he entered college gave him the basic tools to obtain his first major jobs, with trumpet legend Clark Terry and alongside Wynton in Art Blakey’s legendary Jazz Messengers. Branford formed his own quartet in 1986 and, with a few minor interruptions in the early years, has sustained the unit as his primary means of expression. Known for the telepathic communication among its uncommonly consistent personnel, its deep book of original music replete with expressive melodies and provocative forms, and an unrivaled spirit in both live and recorded performances, the Branford Marsalis Quartet has long been recognized as the standard to which other ensembles of its kind must be measured. Its most recent recording, Four MFs Playin’ Tunes, was named Best Instrumental Jazz Album in 2012 by iTunes.


Branford has not confined his music to the quartet context. In addition to guest turns with a legion of giants including Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock and Sonny Rollins, he has excelled in duets with several major pianists, including his boyhood friend Harry Connick, Jr. Branford formed the Marsalis Music label in 2002, and under his direction it has documented his own music, talented new stars such as Miguel Zenon, and neglected older masters including one of Branford’s teachers, the late Alvin Batiste. Branford has also shared his knowledge as an educator, forming extended teaching relationships at Michigan State, San Francisco State and North Carolina Central Universities and conducting workshops at sites throughout the United States and the world. To learn more about Branford please visit http://www.branfordmarsalis.com/







EDITOR - IN - CHIEF


The Birmingham Business Journal has a position available for an Editor-in Chief.

Qualified individuals should have experience in management, digital & print news, good communication skills, the ability to multi-task, and marketing.

For more details, and/or to submit a resume for consideration click here.





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Teen Ink accepts writer submissions throughout the year.  Topics include:

Poetry   Fiction   Current Topics

Anyone interested can submit their work for publication.

For more information, please visit the Teen Ink website.





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What  is a Kill Fee?


When you have a contract with a newspaper or magazine for an article, the Kill Fee is the amount you are paid if your work isn’t used. Often times the amount is 10-25% of the agreed upon salary of the published article. Check your contract carefully. Some companies do not offer a Kill Fee.




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The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival is accepting material for next year’s writing contest . Work is accepted through on-line submission or regular mail.


Top prizes include admittance to upcoming festivals, work being published, money and more.


The deadline for submission is November 2016.

For full details the Tennessee Williams Fiction Contest page.