Musa Publishing is seeking applicants for the following positions:

Aurora Regency Editors: Editors with a love of historical fiction/romance for the Aurora Regency imprint, which encompasses not only traditional Regency romances, but historical romances as well.  Aurora Regency is the oldest imprint at Musa, with strong sales and a large following.  We are seeking content editors with a love of history and the know-how to edit historical fiction while being sensitive to the nuances of editing romance. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of history (please inform us of any areas of particular knowledge or expertise. e.g.- American Colonial, or Victorian, or medieval), strong foundation in grammar and spelling, editing for content: continuity, POV, plot and character arcs, narrative voice and through lines, etc. We want editors who can meet their deadlines and collaborate with their authors well.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to editor@musapublishing.com.

Promotions Specialists: Musa Publishing is now seeking qualified persons to fill Promotions Specialist positions. Ideal candidates will be assertive, proactive, and ready to work. Specialists will work with specific developmental teams and their authors, and will be responsible for press releases, creating promotional opportunities, submitting books for review, and establishing a clear-cut, easy to communicate with adviser to Musa authors regarding the publicity for their books. This will also include the development and maintenance of a significant online presence in social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, writing press releases, scheduling, and some correspondence work.

Specialists will work in conjunction not only with the authors, but also the Developmental Editor who heads up their team, the Art/IT Director, the head of Promotions, and the senior editorial staff. Royalties and remuneration will be determined on an individual basis. If interested, please send a query letter and resume to CA Summers at editor@musapublishing.com. Academic work will be considered equal to work experience.


Penumbra Acquisitions Internship: We are now seeking interns to work at our speculative fiction magazine, Penumbra.  Intern will be responsible for initial evaluation of submissions, organizing and maintaining the submissions accounts, assisting the EIC to set the stories for each issue.  This intern will also be cross-trained to work with the EIC on subscriptions and/or advertising sales, and will be expected to write at least three feature articles and/or contribute a monthly feature to Penumbra for the duration of the internship. This internship is a six month internship, from January 30 to June 30, 2014. Estimated weekly work requirements: 4-6 hours. If interested, please send a query letter and a resume--experience is not required, and academic work will be considered equal to work experience--to CA Summers at editor@musapublishing.com.

Special Projects Interns: Musa Publishing is now seeking Special Projects Interns for the Winter/Spring of 2014.  SP interns work directly with the Editorial Director and/or the senior staff on books, series, or projects outside of the normal Musa publication schedule.  Previous SP interns have worked on the Darkside Codex shared world project, advance promotions for Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?, and industry research/investigation on potential future projects. This internship is a six month internship, from January 30 to June 30, 2014. Estimated weekly work requirements: 4-6 hours. If interested, please query with an email to CA Summers editor@musapublishing.com with relevant details regarding work and/or education and specific areas of interest. In addition to working on special projects, SP interns will also receive training in one department of their choice: art, IT, finances, content editing, line editing, promotions, Penumbra, or acquisitions.

For more information on Musa Publishing's internship programs, go to: http://musapublishing.blogspot.com/p/musa-internship-program.html


It is the policy of Musa Publishing, LLC to afford equal employment opportunities to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, medical condition, gender identity, or sexual orientation. Our employees, as well as applicants and others with whom we do business, will not be subjected to sexual, racial, religious, ethnic, or any other form of unlawful harassment and/or discrimination. In addition, Musa Publishing, LLC adheres to the equal employment opportunity requirements of all states and localities in which it does business. Musa Publishing is absolutely committed to this Equal Opportunity policy, not just because of local, state, or federal laws that require businesses to uphold this policy, but because  We are completely committed to these principles—not only because of the various laws which address these subjects—but because our personal and professional philosophies do not permit anything but the policy set forth in this statement. Our commitment to equal opportunity is applied through every aspect of the employment relationship, including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, placement, training, compensation, promotion, transfer, termination, the selection and training of interns, and all other matters of employment.