End of term is fast approaching. As finals become a stress of the past, publishing students can finally return to what inspired them to join the program in the first place: books. And boy does NPR have an amazing desktop app to help you find your holiday read. Continue reading “Link of the Week | Best Books of 2017”
Every year, the Business Press Educational Foundation (BPEF) awards the Robert L. Edgell Scholarship and the William Littleford Scholarship to two students from Pace University’s M.S. in Publishing program who demonstrate an understanding of—and interest in—the business-to-business (B2B) media industry.
These scholarships are $1000 each, paid directly to selected students at the Spring M.S. in Publishing Advisory Board meeting on March 8, 2018.
The 2018 Edgell and Littleford Scholarships, granted by Connectiv, is a wonderful opportunity to explore B2B publishing and think about how publishing skills can apply across industries. Continue reading “The Robert L. Edgell Scholarship and the William Littleford Scholarship”
WNBA Writing Contest
now accepting submissions
Fiction | Creative nonfiction/memoir | Poetry | YA Fiction
$250 cash for the winner in each category and publication in The Bookwoman.
March 1, 2018
Alright, everyone. This is a long post, but a really important one. If you’re hoping to intern at a book, magazine, or media company in the spring, now’s the time to start looking at PUB 699A, a.k.a. Internship I. In the fall and spring, internships run the length of the semester and students are required to intern 16-24 hours/week. (Summer internships, by contrast, are typically 35-40 hours/week and run from June through August.)
Professor Denning, Executive Director of Internships and Corporate Outreach, is the M.S. in Publishing program’s go-to contact for internships. Need help writing a resume or cover letter? Contact Professor Denning. Want to talk through the applications process? Contact Professor Denning. Found the perfect publisher but can’t find an internship position? CONTACT PROFESSOR DENNING.
The semester before registering for PUB 699A, all students are required to meet with Professor Denning. Feel free to book an appointment with her here: email@example.com.
Also be sure to browse the tabs at the top of the blog for Magazine/Digital Media Internship resources and Book Internship Resources. You can also click here to download the Course Descriptions for Internship I & II. [Word, 3.4 MB]
Over the course of the semester, we will be featuring a variety of book, magazine, and digital publishers that offer exciting internships. This week's post focuses on the Big 5.
This post is for Pace’s pop-culture junkies. Whether you’re a comic book connoisseur, a would-be media magnate, or a run-of-the-mill fan fanatic, Comic Con has something for you.
New York Comic Con (NYCC) is the largest pop culture convention on the east coast. An added bonus for NYC attendees is that it also takes place in Gotham City, the comic book capital of the world. More than 185,000 fans attended New York Comic Con in 2016, which made it the largest comic book and pop culture gathering in the U.S. last year. This year’s event will run from October 5–8 at the Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan at 655 West 34th Street.
In addition to panels, screenings, and special events, NYCC features hundreds of guests who will be signing autographs in a designated autograph area, in Artist Alley, in private rooms, and at various booths on the show floor. A very small snapshot of guests include:
- Adi Granov | Iron Man, Star Wars: Darth Vader, Marvel Movies
- Afua Richardson | Black Panther: World of Wakanda, Genius, All Star Batman
- Geoff Johns | Green Lantern, DC Universe Rebirth
- Amy Mebberson | Disney Princesses
- Billy Martin | Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mavel Cover Artist
- Felicity Jones | Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Jason Isaacs | Harry Potter
- Josh Hutcherson | Hunger Games, Future Man
- Peter Capaldi | Doctor Who
- Yetide Badaki | American Gods
- Jodi Meadows | Before She Ignites, My Lady Jane, The Orphan Queen duology
- Jason Fry | Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View
- Jonathan Hennessey | The Comic Book Story of Video Games, Alexander Hamilton: The Graphic History of an American Founding Father, The Comic Book Story of Beer
- Rachel Ignotofsky | Women in Science, Women in Sports
- R.L. Stine | Goosebumps
The New York Public Library will also play a part in this year’s show. On October 5th, from 9am–4pm, the library will host a free, ticketed event, or “professional day,” for librarians, teachers, and educators on comics and graphic novels.
We’re posting about Comic Con now because you need to get tickets early. You must also have a Fan Verification profile to attend NYCC.