1) http://avalonbooks.com/faq.html#19 – Avalon Books considers freelance copyediting or proofreading professionals in the New York City metropolitan area only. If you qualify, scroll to the end of the FAQ page for more information or contact them directly with your resume at Editors, Avalon Books, 160 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016.


2) http://www.travelmatters.com/jobs.php — Avalon travel does not specify what sort of job opportunities they currently have available, but they likely hire editors, readers, and all the likely suspects. Their page offers good instructions for applying. They are based in Tennessee, so on-site jobs would likely be there.


3) http://www.harpercollinscareers.com/careers/ There are usually some good editorial and assistant editor jobs available over at Harper Collins. Jobs for publicists, librarians and others also crop up.


4) http://www.wwnorton.com/area4/jobs.htm — Norton sometimes has promising job opps. Their internships seem very attractive.


5) http://www.barbourbooks.com/about-us/join-our-team/ — Barbour Books is a Christian publisher. Their web site claims that they are always looking for motivated and organized professionals.


6) http://search.writersweekly.com/search-ww.cgi?cmd=Search&fmt=long&form=extended&GroupBySite=no&m=all&ps=50&q=%22welcomes+new+writers%22&sp=1&sy=1&type=&ul=&wf=2221&wm=wrd&s=SRPD&su=title – This page from Writers Weekly allows you to search specifically for markets that welcome new writers. This is a great place to start if you are new.


7) http://writing.shawguides.com/ — This great resource lets you search for and find writing conferences by genre or location.