The first ever literary agency intern is graduating.
According to Polygon, an online news site, Tia Graziano, a New York City native, is graduating from the agency’s New York-based program.
The program is designed for young writers to work on short stories, novels, poetry, plays, short stories and nonfiction.
The agency was founded by writer and director Michael Dusan.
In a statement, the agency said the agency has been fortunate to have the right talent in the right places.
We’re excited about the future for the program, which will now be focusing on writing, and are looking forward to continuing to provide the best experiences possible for our talented students.
In May, Polygon reported that Tia, who was studying at New York University, had been offered an internship with literary agent Richard Sacks.
According to Polygons report, the three-week program will involve working with literary agents to develop new literary works, including her own work.
The three-day internship will begin on June 3, 2017, and will be held for the next three weeks.
The two-day internships will begin June 7, and last for one week.
The agency said that Tias work will not be published or distributed.