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If you’re immature like me, but you’d like to do something more mature with your childlike tendencies, then you might want to check out Adventure Publishing.

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Yesterday I was walking around in a variety/novelty/toy shop. It’s the typical vacation town toy store with all kinds of goofy stuff. As soon as I went through the door I regressed back to about 8 years old. I was picking up everything and playing with it—cap guns, balsa wood airplanes, and the avenging narwhal play set (check it out, it’s awesome). Obviously I’m extremely immature. If you’re like me, but you’d like to do something more mature with your childlike tendencies, then you might want to check out Adventure Publishing. They’re a New York based company that specializes in trade publications—specifically magazines related to the toy and licensing industries. Yes, they make magazines about toys.

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Adventure Publishing Group’s titles include Toy Book, Licensing Book, Specialty Toys & Gifts, Toy Report, Total Licensing Report, and The Toy Insider. Obviously toys and licensing are two very different industries; however, they’re both extremely interesting and must have some similarities that have led Adventure Publishing Group to cover both of them. Unfortunately, Adventure Publishing Group doesn’t offer much information about their business online, but if you browse through the links below, you’ll be able to get a feel for each of their publications. This also means that they don’t have a jobs page, but I was able to find a posting on Media Bistro (registration required) for an Assistant/Associate Editor. The position looks well suited for a new grad, and if you’re interested in it, you should probably use Adventure Publishing Group’s Contact page to reach out to the appropriate person.

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