Nouvella is looking for a PR intern

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

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About Nouvella


            Nouvella is an independent publisher dedicated to novellas by emerging authors. The press utilizes the LAUNCH program, wherein the reading community can invest in the career of an emerging author by purchasing a “share” in the author during a designated one-week period. For every share purchased, the patron will receive a limited edition, hand-signed copy of the novella, a letter from the author, and an e-book version.


The books are small, designed to fit in your back pocket or your purse, to take with you wherever you go. Two hundred “share” packages are available during the author’s LAUNCH week; after the week is over, the book will be available for its list price on the site. It will also be available via Small Press Distribution and various booksellers.


Our authors have gone on to sell books to Riverhead and Little, Brown, and our novellas have been featured as the Amazon Best Books of December Debut Spotlight and have been awarded the National Jewish Book Award for Outstanding Debut Fiction.


Job Description


Nouvella is looking for an unpaid, part-time Public Relations Intern to assist with traditional and new media during book launches. The position will last six months, for 5-10 hours a week, and has the opportunity to extend. This is a telecommuting position, though preference will be given to candidates in the Los Angeles area that have the ability to meet with staff members periodically.


We are looking primarily for college students majoring in publicity and marketing, but if you are a college grad and couldn’t be more perfect for the job, we want to hear from you too!




  • Draft press releases
  • Liaise with press and bloggers to coordinate author interviews and reviews
  • Participate in marketing strategy meetings and campaign implementation unique to each launch
  • Other marketing assistance as needed


Basically, we’re looking for someone smart, reliable, passionate, and good at what they do—someone who can bring fresh ideas to the table and who is constantly engaged with the literary community. Bonus points for those that are eager to talk about what they’re currently reading (and sometimes baseball) in our weekly staff emails.


How to Apply


            If this sounds good to you, please send a resume and one-paragraph cover letter in the body of your email to editors (at) with the subject line “PR INTERN.” We look forward to hearing from you!