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Marketing Internship Position


Wise Ink Creative Publishing is hiring a savvy copywriter for our seasonal internship program!

The marketing intern will work closely with the marketing director to support Wise Ink’s mission-driven authors. Book lovers interested in joining the dynamic world of publishing are especially encouraged to apply.

This is a fully remote, paid internship with a rate of $15/ hour and an estimate of 15 – 20 hours per week.

About Wise Ink 

Wise Ink is a creative publishing agency for game-changers. Wise Ink publishes stories that support building a better and more equitable world. We share stories that uplift, inspire, and inform. We love to shepherd stories from voices not typically heard in publishing. Our authors are thought leaders and experts in their fields who want their writing to contribute to a movement. We’re an agile group who are passionate about what a well-written word can achieve—and we believe words can change the world.

About the Internship

Examples of projects include:  

writing creative, compelling book descriptions

identifying metadata for book titles (keywords, categories, and comparative titles)

social media management

market research for media lists, partnership opportunities, awards, and events

PowerPoint creation for presentations and speaking engagements

content creation for the Wise Ink blog, author websites, and press releases


The ideal candidate will have experience in the following; however, applicants who lack skills in some of these areas who are interested in learning are still encouraged to apply.

Dynamic creative writing skills

Proficiency with Canva

Familiarity with social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and TikTok)

Sense of aesthetics in digital media creation

Hours and Compensation 

$15 / hour with an estimate of 15 – 20 hours per week. This is a seasonal internship with a duration of three months.

To Apply

To apply, submit a resume and writing sample (creative essay, blog post, etc.) and/or design sample (social media graphic, flier, etc.) to Please include a list of relevant skills. Cover letter is optional, but can be used as the writing sample.

We are accepting rolling submissions for both the summer and fall internship program.

The 2019 Diversity Baseline Survey found that 79 percent of the publishing industry identifies as White, 88 percent were straight, and 92 percent were non-disabled. The book industry has the power to shape culture in big and small ways, and the people behind the books make a huge difference in determining which stories are amplified and which are shut out. Wise Ink is committed to diversity in publishing and will prioritize applications from marginalized groups.


The Executive Director and Publisher is a leader of prominence and integrity, serving as the chief executive of Graywolf Press and a leader in the greater publishing sector. The Executive Director and Publisher provides direction and oversight for all aspects of the organization (editorial, marketing, human resources, fundraising, finance), builds Graywolf’s reputation as a leading independent press with thirty to thirty-five new titles each year (poetry, fiction, and nonfiction), works with a committed board of twenty trustees, and represents Graywolf to the industry nationally and internationally. The new leader will follow Fiona McCrae, who has led Graywolf as Director and Publisher for twenty-seven years and plans to retire in June 2022.


The position reports to the Board Chair, and works closely with all board members as well as Graywolf’s National Council. The Executive Director and Publisher is a committed and sophisticated leader of people. Roles reporting directly to the Executive Director and Publisher include Associate Publisher, Editorial Director, Executive Editor and Director of Poetry, Director of Marketing and Engagement, and Director of Advancement and Operations. A total of nineteen dedicated full-time staff work at Graywolf Press, supported by two interns. The staff is primarily based in Graywolf’s Minneapolis office, working in a hybrid home/office model, but there are also fully remote staff members in California, New York, and Hawaii.

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