Archives for February 2018

Washington Post Seeks Editor

The Washington Post is one of the largest and most well-known names in American journalism, but not all of its contents come from professional writers. Content in its Outlook/PostEverything section come from everyday people. The Post is looking for a writer and editor that can turn these people’s stories into first-person essays and arguments fit for […]

Labor Rights Organization Seeks Senior Writer

The Worker Rights Consortium hopes to end sweatshop working conditions by investigating factories around the world and applying pressure to make improvements. The organization is on the lookout for a writer who can lead efforts to get this information out to companies and the broader public. This senior writer position involves producing detailed reports on […]

NWU Boston Celebrates Its Authors

Sunday afternoon, January 28th, the Dance Complex in Central Square, Cambridge, was the place to be for writers and friends of writers. That’s where NWU Boston held our annual Book Party to celebrate members who’ve published books in the previous year. This year Amy Hoffman (The Off Season); Patrick Kennedy (Bricklayer Bill: The Untold Story of […]

New Addendum To Book Contracts Guide

Over the past few years, we’ve had increasing numbers of inquiries about the treatment of electronic books (e-books) within book contracts. While they were traditionally considered subsidiary rights that compensated authors at 50 percent of net sales, many publishers have begun to see them as a windfall, and have tried to get members to accept […]