Archives for March 2013

Excuse to Get Lost

Lucas Vasquez was a Sales and Marketing Intern at Heyday in the Summer of 2012. I got my first cell phone when I was almost sixteen, and I was late in the game. I didn’t mind living without one up to that point. Mostly, it was just inconvenient when I had to borrow somebody’s phone […]

Publishing: a great place to be

Elizabeth Smith, Fall 2012 Marketing and Publicity Intern, is now Managing Editorial Assistant at Chronicle Books. While interviewing for various book-related positions (the Heyday internship among them), one question came up over and over again: How do you feel about entering an industry that’s in such a state of change? Coming from a journalism background, […]

Press Release: San Francisco: Arts for the City—Civic Art and Urban Change, 1932-2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACTS: Natalie Mulford, Heyday Tel: 510-549-3564 E: Natalie@heydaybooks.com Kate Patterson, San Francisco Arts Commission Tel: 415-252-4638 E: Kate.Patterson@sfgov.org THE SAN FRANCISCO ARTS COMMISSION AND HEYDAY BRING 80 YEARS OF CULTURAL INNOVATION TO LIFE IN NEW BOOK San Francisco: Arts for the City—Civic Art and Urban Change, 1932–2012 on Bookshelves April 1, […]

California Fancies

Alisha Saville, Sales and Marketing Intern at Heyday in the Fall of 2012, now works at California Newsreel.  A launch meeting gathered the staff my second week in. A lively debate on word meanings and titles concluded in the unusual unanimous decision, and I walked back to my desk reveling in the linguistic high. “Who […]