Many people work behind the scenes at Random House to bring each book to the widest possible audience. Here, you'll meet some of them and learn more about what's involved, from editorial and design through production, marketing, sales, and distribution.
Rinzler talks about the new role of the freelance editor and the importance of understanding the different between copy editing and developmental editing.
Sinek shares how he and his editor built a productive and trusting relationship over the course of writing his second book "Leaders Eat Last."
David Farland teaches about editing at Life, the Universe, and Everything.
In this episode of "How Book Is Made," Lauren Oliver travels to the offices of HarperCollins Publishers to introduce viewers to her editor's role in the publication process.
In this interview, a Newspaper Editor discusses his typical day at work, the qualifications needed for the job, the best and worst parts of the job, and advice that can be used by students considering this line of work.
For anyone looking to get their book published Erin Brown is the authority. She's worked in the top New York publishing houses for nearly a decade and now works directly with authors helping to get their manuscripts and query letters in the best shape before submitting to agents and publishers.