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Posts Tagged ‘Craig Morgan Teicher’

Seeking eBookNewser Reporter

twitter_ebn_avatar.pngWe are looking to hire a part-time reporter to cover the digital book beat at eBookNewser. Sadly, our current editor Craig Morgan Teicher will be moving on soon–leaving an excellent opportunity for the right reporter.

Here is the complete post: “mediabistro.com’s eBookNewser blog is looking for a part-time reporter to cover the digital book beat. We are looking for a talented writer who can multi-task effectively and produce six to eight posts a day. The reporter will write about digital books, eReaders, publishing, technology trends, eBook pricing, publishing strategies, smartphone reading, and all the other news in the digital publishing sector.”

“The ideal candidate has a passion for publishing, journalism and Internet experience, a strong news sense, and a fascination with technology. Web video, podcasting, and/or social networking experience would be valuable as well. The writer would be expected to publish daily content, cover industry events, and maintain the eBookNewser Twitter feed.”

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Everybody Needs a Vacation

“The water was that clear turquoise color you get with a white sand bottom. I had never seen such a place. I wanted to take off all my clothes and never wear them again,” wrote Hunter S. Thompson about the particularly beautiful stretch of Puerto Rico featured in the video embedded above from April 2009–reminding us how important the occasional vacation can be.

Starting tomorrow, GalleyCat editor Jason Boog is headed out for a week-long vacation. He will return on Monday, April 26th. Until then, the site will be in the capable hands of eBookNewser editor Craig Morgan Teicher, GalleyCat contributor Mark Byrne, and correspondent Jeff Rivera.

If you have publishing news to share next week, you should email Mark Byrne all the details. GalleyCat Reviews will take a week-long break, but we’ll return to our regularly-scheduled programing on April 26–including the impending launch of the World’s Longest Remix Contest.