Anthem Press | Spring 2018 International Publishing Internship
Location: Remote (based out of London)
Anthem Press is an “independent publishing house with a strong international focus, pioneering a distinctive approach to the publishing of innovative academic research, educational material and reference works in established and emerging fields.” With their headquarters based in London, it publishes print books and e-books that are peer reviewed and noticed by field authorities within the humanities and social sciences. Continue reading “Jobs & Internships | Jan. 25th – Jan. 31st”
650 is searching for media and communications interns for the summer. The position is remote, and applicants are expected to 8-12 hours a week for school credit. Interns will be working primarily on social media, email marketing, and website maintenance.
650 is a showcase group that hosts spoken word and other book-related events. Though they have printed anthologies, their main niche is in readings and staged events that are made viewable via video archives, podcasts, and broadcasts.
Ideal candidates will have the following qualities:
- Working knowledge of email servers such as MailChimp and HootSuite
- Working knowledge of social media and blogging platforms, including WordPress
- Working knowledge of PowerPoint and Excel
Intern responsibilities will include:
- Email management
- Establishing and/or maintaining social media platforms and profiles (ie Facebook, Twitter, SnapChat, Instagram, and LinkedIn)
- Event Promotion and ticket sales
- Call for entries
- Post-event promotion
- Press releases/call for entries to trade media
Students interested in applying should send a cover letter and resume as soon as possible to info@Read650.com.
Remote internship opportunity: Author Assistant
Award-winning Young Adult author seeks intern for 16 hours/week for the Spring 2013 semester. The work involves creating and keeping up author Bill Konigsberg’s social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and other sites as needed. Are you social media savvy? Do you understand how to increase an author’s Twitter following through timely and appropriate tweets about Y.A. literature and issues of interest to teens, Y.A. librarians, and educators? If so, and if you have other creative ideas about how to catapult an author into the world of social media, this may be a perfect internship for you. An understanding of issues related to L.G.B.T. youth will be helpful. Internship will start in the spring and lead up to the release of a major novel in June (Scholastic). Work may extend to a part-time summer job that includes other areas of publicity, such as setting up school visits and media interviews. This will depend upon interest and ability of author and intern.
Interns are required to communicate with author via either Skype, email and via phone conversations on a weekly basis.
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Please contact Professor Denning with your resume and cover letter if interested!
Are you interested in getting experience reading manuscripts and writing reader reports for a literary agent? This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who is interested in working remotely on this specific aspect of the agenting process.
Jennifer De Chiara, of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency, is looking for an intern who can read at least one full manuscript each week. After completing the manuscript, the intern would write up a reader’s report, comprised of a few paragraphs describing why the manuscript is good or is not good as well as his or her recommendation. The manuscripts would be mostly YA and some adult, including genre fiction. A sample reader’s report, demonstrating Jennifer’s expectations, will be provided. Please indicate if the candidate is interested in working as an agent or editor in the future. Although this interest is not a requirement, it is preferable.
If you are interested, please e-mail your resume and letter of interest to Professor Denning at firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for this position.