In this role, you’ll be responsible for planning and executing publicity campaigns for fiction and nonfiction, while pitching national and local print, television, online and radio outlets for coverage. You’ll write press materials and plan digital publicity plans for authors, too.
To be considered, you should have at least four to five years of book publicity experience, as well as strong relationships with book reviewers, magazine editors and bloggers. Proficiency in Word, Excel and Cision Point MediaSource is a must. If you’re a detail-oriented team player, apply here.
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