“To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.”
The Doris S. Michaels Literary Agency, Inc. is seeking an intern. The internship entails a great deal of reading and evaluating query letters, proposals, and manuscripts. Sometimes line editing for typos and grammatical errors, and sometimes editing for content. Interns can become heavily involved with the submissions process by learning how to do everything from writing the submissions letters to preparing and sending out the packages. There is also a lot of general office work involved including filing, copying, faxing, answering the phone, etc. Applicants should be able to commit at a minimum of 10 hours a week.
The internship is not a paid position. However, if eligible, they can receive credits towards their degree.
If students are interested in the internship, they should send a cover letter and resume to Professor Jane Denning at email@example.com
Our own Professor Denning recently wrote an article in Publishers Weekly’s Soapbox column on the Women’s National Book Association and the wonderful world of book clubs. To view the full size, click on the thumbnail image of the article below! This article appears in the November 5, 2012 edition of the magazine.
Need a new novel to bring with you on the train? Tired of the same old vampire novels, or looking to expand your knowledge of the genre? Meet Goodreads, the largest social network for book enthusiasts everywhere. Users of the site can monitor what their friends are reading, get recommendations, and interact with other bookworms by forming clubs and more. Launched in 2007, the site boasts ten million members all sharing opinions on their favorite (and not-so-favorite!) reading material. This is a great resource for those of you who might need to find some research on interest to back up a marketing presentation or find out current trends in popular literature.
Create an account today! If there’s enough interest, we could make a Pace Publishing book club.