By Eva Freeburn
I first came to Bright Sky Press as an intern in my last year at the University of Houston, then I became Publishing Assistant and finally PR Director. I remember how nervous I was to be interviewed, how vulnerable I felt—after all, I was leaving the cocoon of living life by semesters and syllabi, where I was still safe from real life, to join the glamorous, bustling world of editors and books. In my head it was something like Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction, minus the big hair, the bunny, and Michael Douglas. I was wrong—about all of it—especially in my definition of glamour.