Apply Now: Internship in Bookselling at She Said in Berlin

She said is a bookstore for queer and female authors in Berlin. They are looking for two interns next year, even if you have no experience in bookselling. So, if you always choose all the literature modules at ASL and know your way around queer literature, feminist theory, poetry, and more, apply by December 10, 2021!

You can find their posting concerning the intenships here. The text is copied from that post:

“Do you love books and especially reading female and queer authors? You have the ability to approach people openly and would like to get to know the work in a bookstore? You’ve heard of intersectionality and want to help marginalized voices be heard more? Then you could be a perfect fit for our team!

We are looking for two interns for the Spring 2022. We have one vacancy each for the period of February to March and for the period of April to May. Your working hours would be about 15-20 h/week and we would pay 450 Euro/month for the internship. You don’t need any experience in the field of bookselling, but we would like to have the following from you:

- You like to read and read a lot
- You can communicate fluently in English and/ or German
- You like to work in a team and would like to implement a small project of your own during your time with us
- You are reliable and careful
- You are willing to work on Saturdays or evenings during events

And this is what you can expect from us:

- 450 Euro/month
- insight into the daily business of a bookstore
- a great team working together on an exciting common mission
- creative opportunities and room for growth
- exciting events that you can help organize

If we’ve sparked an interest in you, send us a cover letter, your résumé, and a list of books you’ve read recently or that particularly excited you, all in one email to by Dec. 10, 2021.

She said is committed to diversity and representation. Also, in order to be able to represent diverse perspectives and experiences on the team, we especially welcome applications from BIPoC, immigrants/refugees or people with family migration history, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and people with disabilities. The workplace is not wheelchair accessible.”

If you need help with your application or have general internship questions, feel free to write an e-mail to