Ever since we were in elementary school, we have learned not to judge a book by its cover. The Book Cover Archive, a showcase of book cover designs and designers, disputes this mantra and tells readers to do the exact opposite! The covers are categorized by different classifications, such as titles, art directors, and genres, and each cover is spectacular. This website is a fantastic marketing tool because clicking on the covers brings readers to a page that lists the title’s metadata. One such piece of information is a clickable link to the book’s Amazon listing. Not only does the Book Cover Archive work in conjunction with Amazon, but it is also an interactive website such that the creators ask visitors for feedback on each entry. Overall, the Book Cover Archive is of interest to publishing students because it combines various facets of the industry and places them in one neat package!
CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS IN NY
|1.||Production Editor||Michael Morales||Garland Science|
|2.||Editor, Sociology||Steve Rutter||Editorial-SS||*Closing Date – 5/9/11|
|3.||Permissions Coordinator||Christina Taranto||Sales|
* Please contact Ms. Flores if you have any questions.
Production Editor – Garland Science -GENERAL OVERVIEW:
Garland Science/Taylor & Francis Group is seeking a talented and experienced Production Editor to join our team. The Production Editor will receive final text manuscript, figures, and a print book design developed by the authors and the editorial team and manage the development of this source material into a published print book and multiple eBook formats. This role requires both the ability to do the work “hands on” using the software tools and the ability to manage vendors through the production process. Our books are rich in 4-color vector graphics, and a technical facility with programs such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign is a must; an understanding of eBook formats is also required. A strong interest in the life sciences is preferred.
Editor, Sociology – Routledge Editorial -GENERAL OVERVIEW:
Routledge, one of the preeminent publishers of books and journals in the Humanities and Social Sciences, has an exciting opportunity for a new acquisitions editor in sociology and related social sciences disciplines / subject matters. The successful candidate will have, either previous acquisitions editing experience, preferably in sociology or other social sciences, or sales experience in the college publishing industry in the United States. Working with a team of experienced editorial and sales/marketing professionals, the position’s fundamental goal is to grow sales and profitability very considerably in the undergraduate and graduate college course markets.
Permissions Coordinator – Sales -GENERAL OVERVIEW:
Rights and permissions administrative support position. Coordinator of daily permissions activity with primary objective of optimization of fees, automated handling of requests and maintenance of standards. Would be chiefly responsible for BP database administration, title & contract research and routing, and customer response.
Jessica Flores, PHR
Taylor and Francis Group
270 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016