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Ask Alex: The Life of a Publicist

This month’s question came to me via email from Lizbeth. As always, I’m happy to take questions here in the comments, but you’re more than welcome to email me if you’d like to ask privately. I’ll always double-check to make sure it’s okay to post the question here. From Lizbeth: Hi Alex!  First of all thanks so much for taking questions like this. I hope you don’t mind me adding one more to your pile…  […]

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Ask Alex: The Blogger’s Dilemma

This month’s question came to me via email, and kept me thinking for a good long while. As always, I’m happy to take questions here in the comments, but you’re more than welcome to email me if you’d like to ask privately. I’ll always double-check to make sure it’s okay to post the question here. From Kim: A lot of book bloggers—myself included—hope to get the chance to be a published writer or end up […]

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Ask Alex: Editorial Assistants

This month’s question came to me through Tumblr anonymously, and I have a feeling it’s been on a few of your minds! As always, I’m happy to take questions here in the comments, but you’re more than welcome to email me if you’d like to ask privately. I’ll always double-check to make sure it’s okay to post the question here. From Anon: Could you talk about being an Editorial Assistant? That’s my dream job, but […]

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Ask Alex: Summer Publishing Courses

Happy April!  This month I’m back with a question submitted to me via email (I’m happy to take questions here in the comments, but you’re more than welcome to email me if you’d like to ask privately. I’ll always double-check to make sure it’s okay to post the question here.) From Ashley: Hi Alex! Thanks for taking time to answer everyone’s questions… I hope you don’t mind me emailing you, but it’s kind of time […]

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Ask Alex: Internships

Thanks for all of your great questions last month! I’m so excited to kick off the first Ask Alex with something that seems to be on a lot of people’s minds now that spring is here and summer is on the horizon: internships. Let me start off by speaking about internships generally. The first and most important thing I have to stress is: they are by NO means required to work in publishing. How many […]

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