Around Town | Jan. 23rd – Jan. 29th

Art in the Basin Open Mic

When: January 23, 2018 @ 8
Where: Mon Amour Coffee and Wine, 234 West 238th Street, Bronx, NY, 10463

If you are interested in poetry and spoken word, then join hosts Amy Joy Robateau and Tim W. Brown (novelist of Second Acts) at Mon Amour Coffee and Wine. Art in the Basin is a biweekly open mic night for spoken word performers. Continue reading “Around Town | Jan. 23rd – Jan. 29th”

Job Opportunity | Berghahn Books

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Berghahn Books | Editorial Assistant


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

Berghahn Books is an independent publisher of scholarly books and journals in the Humanities and Social Sciences. It has over 40 journals, and publishes more than 100 titles each year in subjects such as Anthropology, Migration & Refugee Studies, Geography, History, and Film Studies. Continue reading “Job Opportunity | Berghahn Books”

Job Opportunity | Teachers College Press

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Teachers College Press: Assistant to Director

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

Teachers College Press is a publishing program that is “committed to addressing the ideas that matter most to educators.” It publishes educational books in all areas of infant to adult learning. Its books include subjects like psychology, sociology and culture, history, philosophy, and women’s studies. Its authors include seasoned practitioners and scholars as well as fresh new talent from around the world. Continue reading “Job Opportunity | Teachers College Press”

Our Favorite Book Covers From 2017

Last week, Bookish revealed their favorite book covers of 2017. Since the year is almost over and the blog will soon be going to sleep for Winter break, we thought we would share five of our favorite book covers from the year. Continue reading “Our Favorite Book Covers From 2017”

Internship | Writers House

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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”