Thank you to all of our amazing interns. We couldn’t do what we do without you, and we appreciate all your hard work!
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Lana King graduated with a B.A. in English and a minor in psychology from Arkansas State University. A love of books led her to pursue working in publishing. When she’s not reading or writing, she can be found drinking coffee and watching movies with her husband and cat.
Chelsea received her B.A. in English with a minor in Technical Writing from Fairmont State University. Her greatest passion is assisting fellow writers develop their best work. She doesn’t go a day without drinking tea, reading, writing fiction, or breaking a sweat.
Chelsea Cambeis—Editing Intern
Rebecca Fischer was born and raised in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California. She recently graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelors in Creative Writing with a focus in nonfiction. When she’s not reading or writing, she plays cowgirl on her family’s cattle ranch.
Rebecca Fischer—Editing/Graphic Design Intern
Kinsey is a senior at Faulkner University pursuing a B.A in English. She spends most of her time writing, over-caffeinating or rereading her favorite novels. She can reread a great book repeatedly without growing tired of it while trying to find her next favorite.
Kinsey Fickling—Editing Intern
After graduating with a degree in education, Misty Fetzer enjoyed ten years of teaching English Language Arts to middle school students. While she prefers a hint of mystery, Misty will read anything in pursuit of a new favorite. She enjoys life in Sportsman's Paradise with her charming husband and Daisy, the Weimaraner.
Misty Fetzer—Editing Intern
Amanda earned her BA in English and professional writing from Michigan State University and is currently finishing up her certificate in editing from the University of Chicago. She lives in Michigan with her husband, Mike, dogs, Lupin and Noodle, and cats, Tea and Lemon.
Amanda Lewis—Editing Intern
Rebecca earned her Bachelors in English in fall 2016, and she is currently an English graduate student in Professional Writing. Her love for the written word began as a child with The Baby-Sitters Club and has only grown ever since, manifesting itself into the desire to work in publishing.
Rebecca Rue—Editorial Assistant
Hannah is a senior studying Creative Writing at Western Michigan University. When Hannah’s not studying, she likes hiking, reading, writing, purchasing buttons with witty catchphrases, and dreaming of owning a motorcycle. She lives with her betta fish, Reggie, and a cardboard cut-out of Kurt Busch.
Hannah Ryder—Editing Intern
Jamie completed her B.A. in English in Spring 2018. She is fascinated by pretty much everything, including etymology, stars, and the stories in her head. She would love to put her perfectionist mind to
work in publishing and help authors’ stories reach their full potential.
Jamie Rich—Editing Intern
Taylor earned her bachelor’s degree in Creative writing from Western Michigan University and a Publishing Certificate from the Denver Publishing Institute. She loves books and cats. She aims to work in publishing.
Taylor Clifton—Editing Intern
All positions for our Summer Internship have been filled.
Learn about our internship:
Our editing internship program provides an exciting opportunity for interns to apply their experience and education in a real-life professional setting while gaining valuable industry experience and transferable skills in the publishing industry.
All internships run for a period of one year.
If you would like to submit an application for future internship consideration:
Please include resume and a cover letter indicating why you feel you would be an asset to our team. Include any specific areas of preference and interest (manuscript assessment, proofreading, or copy editing). Indicate your experience and what you hope to gain from the internship.
Email resume and cover letter to:
Subject: Internship Application
Isabella is a senior English major studying Professional and Creative Writing at University of Northwestern—St. Paul. She strives to put her detail-oriented mind to work helping stories and manuscripts become their best. Isabella enjoys spending time with her fiancé, John, and savoring ice-cold Dr. Pepper while contemplating weather phenomena.
Isabella Higgins—Editing Intern