SELECTED CLIENT LIST

MAGAZINES and EVENTS

Granta — Best of Young American Novelists II issue

The Kirkus Prize — 2014, 2015 & 2016

Natalie Merchant — Leave Your Sleep (literary tour and publicity)

The Moth – General Publicity & The Moth’s first book, edited by Catherine Burns**

NYU Festival of New French Writing — 2009, 2011

The New Yorker — The New Yorker Festival 2006, 2007

PEN/World Voices Festival — 2009, 2010

A Public Space — Literary Magazine launch

Rubin Museum of Art – Talk About Nothing series 2010/2011

The School of Life (US Publicity)

Scottish Book Trust — Festival of Scottish Writing — April 2007, New York

Scout Press — Literary Imprint launch 2015

The Story Prize — 2010

The Unterberg Poetry Center/92nd St Y — A Tribute to Maurice Sendak

BOOKS and AUTHORS

Nicholson Baker — Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper (Random House)*

Daphne Beal — In The Land of No Right Angles (Anchor)

Ann Beattie — Mrs. Nixon: A Novelist Imagines A Life (Scribner)

Amy Bloom — Love Invents Us & A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You (Vintage/Random House)*

Nina Burleigh — The Stranger and the Statesman (Willam Morrow)

Thad Carhart — The Piano Shop on the Left Bank (Random House)**

Bill Clegg — Did You Ever Have a Family (Scout Press)**

Bernard Cooper — The Bill from My Father (Simon & Schuster)

Michael Crichton — Airframe (Knopf)**

Meghan Daum — The Unspeakable (FSG)

Alain de Botton — How Proust Can Change Your Life (Vintage)**

Joan Didion — The Last Thing He Wanted (Knopf)

Geoff Dyer — Yoga for People Who Can’t Be Bothered to Do It & White Sands (Pantheon)

Benita Eisler — Byron (Knopf)

Bret Easton Ellis — Glamorama (Knopf)

James Ellroy — Crime Wave (Vintage)**

Nathan Englander — For the Relief of Unbearable Urges (Knopf)**

Melissa Etheridge — The Truth Is (Villard)**

Harold Evans — The American Century (Knopf)

Michael Finkel — True Story (HarperCollins)

Bill Flanagan — A&R (Random House)

Amitav Ghosh — The Glass Palace (Random House)

Julia Glass — Three Junes (Pantheon)*

Adam Gopnik — Paris to the Moon (Random House) and The King in The Window (Miramax)**

Hannah Green — The Little Saint (Random House)

Seth Greenland — The Angry Buddhist & I Regret Everything (Europa Editions)

Germaine Greer — The Whole Woman (Knopf)

Nicholas Griffin — Dizzy City (Steerforth Press)

Allan Gurganus — Plays Well With Others (Knopf)

Kathryn Harrison — The Binding Chair (Random House)

Bill Hayes — The Anatomist (Ballantine)

Kent Haruf — Plainsong (Knopf)**

Cara Hoffman — Be Safe I Love You (Scribner)

A.M. Homes — The Mistress’s Daughter (Viking)**

Tony Horwitz — Confederates in the Attic (Pantheon/Vintage)**

Jane Jacobs — The Nature of Economies (Modern Library)

Molly Jong-Fast — Normal Girl (Villard)**

Akash Kapur – India Becoming: A Portrait of Life in Modern India (Riverhead)

Brad Kessler — Birds in Fall (Scribner)

Binnie Kirshenbaum — The Scenic Route (Ecco)

Anne Lamott — Bird by Bird and Traveling Mercies (Pantheon/Vintage)**

Ann Leary – The Good House (St. Martin’s Press)**

Wendy Lesser — The Amateur (Pantheon)

Yiyun Li – Kinder Than Solitude (Random House)

Janet Malcolm — Reading Chekhov (Random House)

Alexander Maksik – You Deserve Nothing (Tonga Books/Europa Editions)

Kate Manning – My Notorious Life (Scribner)

Francesca Marciano — Rules of the Wild and Casa Rossa (Pantheon)

Bobbie Ann Mason — Zigzagging Down A Wild Trail (Random House)

Patrick McGrath — Asylum (Vintage)

Daniel Mendelsohn — The Elusive Embrace (Knopf)

Nancy Milford — Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St Vincent Millay (Random House)

Eliza Minot — The Tiny One (Knopf)

Susan Minot — Evening (Knopf)**

David Mitchell — Ghostwritten and Number9Dream (Random House)

Lorrie Moore — Birds of America (Knopf)**

Horacio Castellanos Moya — Senselessness (New Directions)

MoveOn.org — MoveOn’s 50 Ways to Love Your Country (Inner Ocean)**

Azar Nafisi — Reading Lolita in Tehran (Conde Nast “Never Follow” campaign)**

Idra Novey – Ways to Disappear (Little, Brown)

Sigrid Nunez – Salvation City (Riverhead Books)

Kem Nunn – Chance (Scribner)

Peter Orner – Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge (Little, Brown)

Sara Paretsky —Hardball (Dutton) **

Mariane Pearl — In Search of Hope: The Global Diaries of Mariane Pearl (Glamour/PowerHouse Books)

Katha Pollitt — Learning to Drive (Random House)

John Pomfret — Chinese Lessons (Henry Holt)

Alexandre Vidal Porto — Sergio Y. (Europa Editions)

Molly Prentiss – Tuesday Nights in 1980 (Scout Press)

Xin Ran — The Good Women of China (Pantheon)

David Remnick — Life Stories, Wonderful Town and The New Gilded Age (Random House)**

Molly Ringwald – When It Happens to You: A Novel in Stories (HarperCollins)

Roxana Robinson – Sparta (FSG)

Jon Ronson – The Psychopath Test (Riverhead Books)**

Amy Krouse Rosenthal — Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life (Crown)

Salman Rushdie – The Enchantress of Florence & Luka and the Fire of Life (Random House) **

Stacy Schiff — Vera (Modern Library)***

W.G. Sebald — Austerlitz (Random House)*

Elaine Sciolino — La Seduction (Times Books)

Marisa Silver – The God of War and Alone With You (S&S), Mary Coin (Blue Rider Press)**

Michael Sledge – The More I Owe You (Counterpoint Press)

Zadie Smith — White Teeth (Random House)**

Rebecca Solnit — Hope in the Dark (Nation Books)

Matthew Specktor — American Dream Machine (Tin House Books)

Valerie Steiker — The Leopard Hat (Pantheon)

Darin Strauss — More Than It Hurts You (Dutton)

Katherine Taylor — Valley Fever (FSG)

Alice Walker — The Way Forward Is With A Broken Heart (Random House)**

David Foster Wallace — Infinite Jest/10th Anniversary Edition (Little Brown/Back Bay)

Matt Weiland & Sean Wilsey — State by State (Ecco)

Jeanette Winterson — Gut Symmetries and Art Objects (Knopf)

Kenji Yoshino — Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights (Random House)
* NBCC or National Book Award nominee or winner
** New York Times bestseller
*** Pulitzer Prize winner