ABRAMS seeks an organized, detailed-oriented individual with a strong interest in children’s book publishing, to provide administrative support to projects and activities for the Children’s Marketing & Publicity Department team and to coordinate activities to create public awareness of ABRAMS children’s books.
The Penguin Random House Consumer Marketing Development and Operations group seeks a marketing analytics associate to join their team.
The Brand Department at Penguin Young Readers seeks a departmental assistant to support the VP, Director, and Manager with brand and licensing.
The Loft Literary Center is seeking a program manager.
Bloomsbury Publishing is looking for a bright, hard-working person to join the Bloomsbury USA Children’s Editorial team. The Children’s Editorial Assistant supports the Children’s editorial department—most particularly the editorial director—in a wide range of administrative editorial tasks and administrative tasks.
Five young professionals talk about navigating and working in the world of literary magazines, including how to get involved with one, the time commitment, and how their passion fuels and complements career goals.
Waterbrook Multnomah, a division of the Crown Publishing Group, is currently seeking an assistant to join the publicity team.
Oliver Burkeman discusses a valuable piece of writing advice from psychologist Steven Pinker’s The Sense Of Style.
Insight Editions is looking for a marketing assistant. Successful candidates will possess a passion for books and an interest in communicating that passion through conventional marketing, publicity and social media channels.
Princeton University Press seeks a highly motivated and accomplished assistant editor.
Coffee House Press is seeking a publishing assistant to manage the CHP office, assist editorial and production staff with various aspects of manuscript editing and book production, manage the internship program, and create ADA accessible file formats for our books.
Scottish artist Katie Paterson’s Future Library is a century-long project that will commission a writer every year from 2014 to 2114 to contribute a new work to an unpublished collection. The anthology will be published in 2114 from the 1,000 trees planted outside of Oslo.