Internship | Writers House

Albert Zuckerman. Image courtesy of Publishers Marketplace.

Writers House is a literary agency that was founded in 1973 by Albert Zuckerman, a former novelist, TV writer, and teacher of playwriting at Yale University. He is now a literary agent for clients including Stephen Hawkings (A Brief History of Time), Michael Lewis (Moneyball), and Olivia Goldsmith (The First Wives Club). Zuckerman established Writers House with the vision of combining “a passion for managing a writer’s career with an integrated understanding of how storytelling works.” Continue reading “Internship | Writers House”

Jobs of the Week

Grand Central Publishing: Publicity Assistant

Location: New York, NY
Position: Full-time
Experience: Entry-level

Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books) is an imprint at Hachette Book Group, one of the Big 5 publishers. It has published books by many authors, including: James Patterson (Women’s Murder Club), David Baldacci (End Game), and Min Jin Lee (Pachinko). Continue reading “Jobs of the Week”

Alumni News | Ebony Ladelle

Publishers Weekly recently posted an article about “Striving for More Industry Diversity,” featuring the newly-formed organization People of Color in Publishing. Founder Patrice Caldwell says, “The idea for the group came from wanting a safe space for people of color within the publishing industry. I wanted a place for activism and organizing, where we could vent our frustrations but also work towards solutions.” Continue reading “Alumni News | Ebony Ladelle”

Around Town | Dec. 12th – Dec. 18th

Since the holidays are almost upon us, here are some great events to get you into the holiday spirit! (If the snow on Saturday didn’t already hype you up.) Continue reading “Around Town | Dec. 12th – Dec. 18th”

Independent Presses

A couple of weeks ago, we featured a few University Presses, including our own Pace University Press. This week, we bring you five independent presses that stand out in the publishing world against the Big 5. Continue reading “Independent Presses”