Writing & Publishing

Description

With the proliferation of digital platforms, and trans-media story telling, the landscape in which writers, journalists, poets, publishers and agents work is changing. NYC is at the nexus of standard bearers, innovators, and independents in the field, and the perfect place   your skills and develop new ways to support your practice.

Internships

Creative, and non-fiction writers, poets, editors, screenwriters, and journalists work with Print and on-line publications, trans-media and literary arts organizations, publishers, literary agents on-line publications, trans-media and literary arts organizations, publishers, literary agents.


Recent  internships in Writing and Publishing
Literary Arts Organizations

PEN America, Poet’s House

Magazines & Journals

Vogue, Marie Claire, Out, Bomb, Interview, Paper Magazine, A Public Space, Art in America, Free Verse, Guernica, artnet

News Journalism

FAIR, Strauss Publications/ NY Press, The Brooklyn Rail, City Arts

Literary Organizations/Reading Series/Literary Agents

Poets House, Lauren Cerand, Collective Task, Poetry Project

Publishers

DAW/Penguin, Soho Press, DAP Publishers, Inc., Roof Books, Granary Press, Writers House

 

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General Inquiries:   NY Arts Program  -  212-563-0255  -  336 West 37th Street, Ste 1100, New York, NY 10036