Advertising Internship (Unpaid)

Poets & Writers, Inc.

Jobs For Writers

Posted 8.19.13

Advertising Internship (Unpaid)

The advertising department of Poets & Writers Magazine is responsible for generating advertising revenue for both Poets & Writers Magazine, the leading literary trade magazine for poets and writers of literary prose, and pw.org.

The responsibilities of the advertising intern include:

  • - researching advertising prospects, including literary arts organizations, academic writing programs, and book publishers
  • - assisting with database maintenance
  • - assisting with advertising production
  • - contacting current advertisers and acquiring testimonials and other information.

Candidates should possess excellent organizational and communication skills, and must be able to work independently. Familiarity with contemporary poetry and fiction a plus. Candidates should be able to commit between eight and 12 hours per week. Send resume and cover letter to tosullivan@pw.org.

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