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Off the Beaten Path: Rachel Fershleiser

This article was originally published on our parent site for the book publishing industry, Publishing Trends.  **** With the increasing fluidity among industries, it’s not unusual for executives to leave traditional publishing roles in favor of new business ventures. In this Off the Beaten Path series, we asked four former traditional publishing professionals how their publishing experience affects their roles in their current companies and what they miss about their old stomping grounds. Rachel Fershleiser Literary Community Organizer, Tumblr; formerly in publicity at William Morrow and Scribner How has your publishing experience been helpful in your current job/industry? […]

5 Top Publishing News Stories of the Week: 4/8 – 4/12

Every week we recommend 5 links to publishing news that the young professional should read to feel more connected to what’s going on in the industry. There are only 5, so even if you weren’t able to read a thing all week, these should help keep you in the know.  **** Publisher Peter Campbell-Copp  of Historical Pages, received 6 months in jail for book fraud having plead guilty to 16 felonies and 4 misdemeanors. 0.O William Morrow, publisher of the late, award-winning writer and cultural icon Ray Bradbury, announces the release of 16 of Bradbury’s classic […]

Book-Jobs Not by the Book: Rachel Fershleiser of Tumblr

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Rachel Fershleiser is the young book professional every young book professional dreams to be. Ten years into the publishing industry, Rachel has toiled for two of the big six, worked in the fabled land of bookstores, landed on the Times bestseller list, and (for now) settled into the ever-growing, ever-changing world of literary social media. Responsible for literary and non-profit outreach at Tumblr, Rachel chatted about how the advent of social media is affecting the world of literature. *** PT: What was your first job in the book business and what were the most […]