Grand Central Publishing

Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books) came into existence in 1970 when Warner Communications acquired the Paperback Library, subsequently publishing paperback reprints editions of such bestsellers as Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird and Umberto Eco's The Name Of The Rose. In 1980, Warner Books launched its hardcover publishing program, and from the beginning enjoyed success with such blockbusters as John Naisbitt's Megatrends, Andrew Greeley's The Cardinal Sins, and Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw's Life Extension.

In the 1990s they continued to add to that impressive list with such landmark bestsellers as Robert James Waller's The Bridges Of Madison County, James Redfield's The Celestine Prophecy, and Sarah Ban Breathnach's Simple Abundance. More recent bestsellers include Jack Welch's Jack: Straight from the Gut, Tiger Woods' How I Play Golf, Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter's Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and America: The Book, by the writers of the Daily Show, Amy Sedaris' I Like You, and the works of David Baldacci, Nelson DeMille, Jane Goodall, Billie Letts, Brad Meltzer, Michael Moore, Nicholas Sparks, Lolly Winston, and Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.

Today Grand Central Publishing reaches a diverse audience through hardcover, trade paperback and mass market imprints that cater to every kind of reader:

what to expect

The person selected for this 9-week internship will work closely with an Executive Editor to evaluate manuscripts. In addition he/she will shadow typical daily activities like attending meetings with authors and editorial meetings. The goal of the internship is to give a sense of all of the stages in getting a book from idea all the way to production.