Intern will be involved in all facets of the domestic and international publishing industry. S/he will assist with daily administrative tasks, including writing rejection letters, filing, handling royalty statements and sending out domestic and foreign submissions of client work. Intern will also work closely with agents to read, evaluate, and report on manuscripts, as well as maintain the agency's contract database.

Applicants should have strong writing and verbal communication skills and a high level of interest in the publishing field. Internship is paid and will require approximately 18 hours per week. We are flexible with personal schedules but Thursday mornings are needed. Unfortunately, we cannot consider remote applicants for this position.

The internship provides the chance for a hands-on learning experience within a dynamic setting and is an excellent stepping-stone to a career in publishing.

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