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Borders Launches Employee Author Program

Borders is holding a contest to turn one of their employees into a full-fledged, published author:

Borders Group, Inc. is offering its more than 30,000 employees nationwide the opportunity to become a published author under the company’s exclusive and proprietary publishing program. Borders Group is holding a fiction writing contest open to all employees in Borders and Waldenbooks stores, the distribution centers and the company’s corporate office. Employee authors are eligible to submit manuscripts appealing to readers in any of the fiction categories. At least one employee whose title is selected as the winner by a panel of judges at the corporate office will be awarded a book deal including the full support of Borders merchandising and marketing arsenal. This includes being featured in the Borders “Shortlist,” an e-mail promotion for Borders Rewards(R) members, which now number more than 19.5 million.

[via Nick Mamatas, who offers 12 responses ]

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1 Comment on Borders Launches Employee Author Program

  1. That’s pretty darn cool. Almost makes me wish I worked at Borders. πŸ˜‰

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