You've been a student: a reader, a writer, an investigator, a reporter, an artist,
a scientist, an eager and deliberate nomad of cultures, eras, and ideas. You know
the trek doesn't end with pomp and circumstance, it only gets more exciting and challenging.
And like school, publishing can take you nimbly from the volatile implications of
the human genome, and the new imperialism of American multinationals, to hip hop's global
dominance on youth culture and the new sex and gender politics fired by women's sports.
Whatever your major and whatever you wish to do with it, in book publishing—the student
part is far from over.