Thursday, June 28, 2007
I have also posted locally for fall interns. Again, I could use at least two, preferably three. One would be a business/finance/accounting major who would be assisting with the review and management of author royalty statements and provide general office support. The next would be editorially inclined and would read and report on manuscripts, as well as assist with project development and general office support. The third would an Access or FrontPage guru.
The TZC website has a dedicated page for students wishing to apply. It can be reached by clicking here.
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Just got this comment, but thought it worth posting on specifically:
I was wondering if you are still closed to new queries? Your last post on your web site was December 2006. I have ... that I would like to pitch to
Anthony S. Policastro
In fact, we are still closed to new submissions, so I've gone and updated the home page at my site to reflect that. But soon, very soon, we will be reopening to submissions, but with very specific goals in mind.
Recently, I returned to my old stomping grounds in New York for Book Expo America. I had, I think, forty-seven meetings Tuesday through Saturday. On Friday and Saturday, I had a meeting about every half hour at BEA. Exhausting, but very informative, as I got to take the temperature of many different editors at different houses. With this in mind, over the next few weeks, we are going to completely rewrite our "What We Want" page to reflect what I learned. Some of the things you see on the current page will be going away. Some things you've never thought of my firm handling will be showing up. Just as the market changes and publishers adjust what they publish, this firm has to adjust and look for the books publishers say they want. So check back here for a series of blogs talking in more depth on these subjects.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
As someone who grew up reading thrillers and techno-thrillers, I’m extremely pleased to welcome Joe to the TZC list. I look forward to a long and successful association with this talented author.