EDITING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIPS
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We currently offer to college students online editing and graphic design internships. These are unpaid internships for credits on the title page upon publication as full editor or graphic designer of the titles under their purview.
This is how the system works in a nutshell: We send you by e-mail a manuscript or the specifications for the designs for a title, which has been accepted for publication. The manuscript needs to be edited or the graphic design completed within an agreed period of time (generally one or two months). The book is submitted for publication with the name of the author, the editor and graphic designer on the title page of the book. The interns get five copies of the published title to present for graduate school admissions or prospective employers. Please, see samples of published titles on our website.
Interns not only gain exposure for their writing, or graphic design skills, but receive added benefits as well, such as being listed as an editor or graphic designer on all our affiliated institutions, such public and university libraries, Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com, book catalogs, and all our associated websites.
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Remnants of Crypto-Jews Among Hispanic Americans. By Gloria Golden, Edited by Andrea Alessandra Cabello, and Sohaib Raihan, University of California, Berkeley. Floricanto Press. ISBN: 0-915745-56-9
Hidden deep in the heart of the American Southwest among the larger Hispanic population are descendants of the Sephardim, Jews from Spain and Portugal. Five hundred years after their expulsion from Spain remnants of Judaism are still practiced within Southwestern Hispanic communities. Often unaware of their origins, conversos have revealed, through oral history, how the ancestral faith of the Crypto-Jews has been passed on from generation to generation.
"Five hundred years after the Inquisition, Gloria Golden manages to turn the little-known subject of crypto-Jews into an inspiring tale of identity. The rich portraiture and captivating oral histories offer a poignant view of what it means to discover and embrace one's Judaism." Elana Harris, Managing Editor, B'nai B'rith Magazine
"Gloria Golden's images and text provide a valuable insight into the Crypto-Judaic world. All who are drawn to this fascinating subject will find great rewards in this volume." Rabbi Joshua Stampfer, Founder and First President of the Society for Crypto Judaic Studies
"The impact of these photographs and related interviews cannot be measured. Surely, through their existence, we touch a part of our past, and preserve it for our children's children. It is another piece in the great puzzle of our scattered people." Flora Sussely, Director, Adult Programs, Mittleman Jewish Community Center
Carnival King: The Last Latin Monarch. By Brent Alan James. ISBN:978-0-915745-78-4. Floricanto Press 2006.
In April of 1993, Brazilian voters were given a choice between continuing with a president, adopting a prime minister and parliament, or bringing back its long dormant monarchy. Carnival King is the story of what might have happened had they opted for the latter. Outlawing the G-string bikini on Rio de Janeiro’s beaches! Auctioning the country’s name to the highest bidder! A police escort for thousands of shantytown dwellers as they descend upon downtown Rio to call for freedom! These are just a few changes one can expect when a nation bending under the strain of democracy decides to give monarchy another try.
As Brazil prepares to receive its new king ‑ the fourth in its history, but the first in one hundred years ‑ it seems lawmakers have accounted for every eventuality, except for one tiny detail: identifying the legitimate Brazilian heir to the throne, when the Supreme Court suddenly disqualifies the Portuguese descendant.
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