The editorial department intern will assist in the preparation of book manuscripts at the Ohio University Press, a not-for-profit scholarly press publishing academic and trade books. This position will expose the intern to a variety of tasks commonly expected of an entry-level editorial assistant in a scholarly or trade publishing house.
Candidates will be required to take and pass a keyboarding and proofreading test. The position requires meticulous attention to detail as well as a good command of English grammar and spelling. Macintosh computer skills and experience with Microsoft Word are helpful.
Because of the extensive training involved, this internship is offered with the expectation that the intern will work no fewer than ten hours per week and that the internship will continue for a minimum of two consecutive quarters. Extension of the internship for additional hours or additional quarters will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
The work covered by the internship will include as many of the following elements as time allows:
Interns will not have the opportunity to edit manuscripts.
This internship provides invaluable professional experience for students considering a career in publishing. For more information or to schedule a testing session, please contact Managing Editor Nancy Basmajian at (740) 593-1161 or email@example.com.
Coffee Is Not Forever
A Global History of the Coffee Leaf Rust
Coffee Is Not Forever assesses the global spread of a dire existential threat—coffee rust—to a crop consumers take for granted. In departing from commodity histories’ usual emphasis on the social and economic, and instead putting ecology at the forefront, Stuart McCook offers the first truly global environmental history of coffee.
Planted by the Signs
Planted by theu200b u200bSigns brings us the contemporary Appalachian poetry of Misty Skaggs.
Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg, Ohio
With Variant Readings and Annotations
In 1919 a middle-aged Chicago advertising writer from Ohio, a failure as a businessman, husband, and father, published a small yellow book of short stories intended to “reform” American literature.
First published in 1964 and now reissued with a new introduction by Anita Jarczok, Collages showcases Nin’s dreamlike and introspective style and psychological acuity. Seen by some as linked vignettes and some as a novel, the book is a mood piece that resists categorization.
Players, Teams, and Stadium Ghosts
Bob Hunter on Sports
Players, Teams, and Stadium Ghosts collects more than 130 sports columns and stories, written over three decades, to offer a smorgasbord of nostalgia and discovery—including the origin stories of some of today’s biggest names in sports—for fans in Ohio and beyond.