Spending Summer in an Igloo: My Editorial Internship with Penguin Random House

by Natalie Hallak Upsilon Omicron Chapter St. John’s University, Queens, NY Like many English majors, my idea of a perfect job is one where I get paid to read—and publishing is the best industry to make that happen (or so … Continue reading

Interdisciplinary Studies and You: An Alternative Graduate Option for English Majors

by Katherine Williams Student Advisor, 2013-2015 Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR As a graduate with a bachelor’s in English and Creative Writing and a minor in Film Studies, I have been asked by many relatives, friends, and nosy strangers what … Continue reading

Joe’s Experience at Better World Books

by Joe Gallagher Alumnus, Plymouth State University Plymouth, NH People are sort of obligated to say “time flies,” since admitting otherwise would be depressing, but these past six weeks working as the 2013 Sigma Tau Delta intern at Better World Books … Continue reading

The Halfway Point: Penguin Group (USA) Summer Internship

by Ashleigh Lovelace Alumna, University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky Penguin Group (well I guess now it’s Penguin Random House—not Random Penguin as half the industry had cheekily hoped) is one of the largest publishers in the world. Growing up, before … Continue reading

Better World Books 2013 Internship

by Joe Gallagher Alumnus, Plymouth State University Plymouth, NH My experience with Sigma Tau Delta and Better World Books has been absolutely perfect. I love writing, traveling, and being involved with social enterprise. So for me there couldn’t have been … Continue reading