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Image: Mark Russell Dean

Image: Mark Russell Dean

Little Raven is a growing publishing house. We can offer experience in areas such as editing, publishing, event management, event production and marketing. The positions are unpaid and (mostly) off-site. All interns receive copies of our publications and free entry to events.

Little Raven is currently looking for:

Street Team
Distribute our posters and flyers.

Event helpers
Help out behind the merch stand, sell tickets and make sure things run smoothly.

Production Assistant
Make our erotic events happen.

Marketing Assistant
Create strategies to get the Little Raven name out there.

Editorial Assistants
Look at submissions, do a structural edit, copy edit or proofread our publications.

Little Raven will create a pilot to pitch to Channel 31 and is looking for a technical production team.
Please contact us with your CV and a letter outlining your interest.


‘The experience I’ve gained from volunteering as an editorial assistant has been immeasurable. Van has given me the opportunity to not only proof manuscripts, but to appraise submissions and be involved in the special events. My internship is an invaluable opportunity to consolidate and apply the skills I’m learning in my degree in a professional context. I thoroughly enjoy being involved with Little Raven – and getting the opportunity to learn from someone who is so passionate about supporting emerging Australian erotic fiction writers.’ – Sky Ingledew

‘Interning at little raven provides valuable experience that is relevant to many future careers in the publishing industry’- Evie Kendal
‘I’ve loved my time with Little Raven, it has helped me develop my skills in critical reading which I find valuable when reading articles and novels in my daily life, but it also exposes you to some great up-and-coming artists. You are well supported, and your opinions are taken into consideration on every piece that you comment on. Little Raven is one of the best and most convenient places to gain experience, while being fostered and improved by the friendly atmosphere.’ – Jessica Kopp