Notes from Fellow Island:

From the Design Desk: Goodbye from Our 2014 Winter/Spring Fellows

06.16.2014

Surprising as it might seem, it is already time to wish our 2014 Winter/Spring fellows farewell! We are grateful to each of them for the contributions they’ve made to Chronicle throughout their time here. Although the fellowship session passes by quickly, the work our fellows do has a lasting impact on Chronicle as a whole. … Continue reading


Introducing Our 2014 Winter/Spring Fellows

01.29.2014

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It’s hard to believe, but it’s already time to usher in our latest group of talented design fellows here at Chronicle. We are excited to welcome a new group filled with fresh faces and eager designers. For those of you who don’t know about our fellowship program, five recent design graduates are awarded positions in … Continue reading


Goodbye from the Summer/Fall 2013 Fellows

01.3.2014

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From the Design Desk of Agnes It’s hard to sum up everything that I’ve learned and experienced while at Chronicle during my fellowship because so much happened! Six months ago, I was a fresh, Illustration graduate with very little experience in graphic design, let alone book publishing; I was pretty much a “newb” in the … Continue reading


Introducing Our Summer/Fall 2013 Design Fellows

09.6.2013

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We’re pleased to introduce our newest Chronicle Books design fellows! We’re welcoming 4 new faces to our digital, marketing and publishing design groups for the Summer/Fall 2013 session. These fellows will be with us for a total of 6 months to experience the inner workings of the Chronicle design team. They will have the opportunity … Continue reading


Goodbye from the Winter/Spring ’13 Fellows

06.21.2013

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From the Design Desk of Sarah These last six months have flown by. Where has the time gone? What a fun, challenging, and above all, inspiring experience it has been. I would have to say I learned something new just about every day. Early on, I had my first design project, the Cooking Slow cover. It was … Continue reading