LitChat Interview: Amy Tannenbaum

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Amy Tannenbaum began her book publishing career with a brief stint at Harlequin where she edited romances that were far more entertaining than the books she read while earning her English degree at Wesleyan University. She then joined Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, where she edited a diverse list of bestselling non-fiction [….]

LitChat Interview: Lisa Rodgers of JABerwocky Literary Agency

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  Lisa Rodgers grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from California State University, Sacramento, in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a minor in German literature-in-translation, history, and culture (sadly, she doesn’t speak German, although it’s on her bucket list). She moved to New York City in 2012 [….]

LitChat Interview: Kimberly Witherspoon, InkWell Management

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Kimberly Witherspoon, at age 26, founded her own literary agency, which quickly became one of the most prestigious and successful agencies in Manhattan, with clients who are frequently published around the world. Over the past 15 years, she has represented critically acclaimed and bestselling authors of both fiction and nonfiction, including: Kate Atkinson, Anthony Bourdain, [….]

Zimmerman Juror Backs Out of Planned Book Project

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From Salon.com: Juror B37, along with her attorney husband, have backed away from a highly publicized book proposal about the controversial Zimmerman trial, which rendered Zimmerman “not guilty” for the death of teen Trayvon Martin. Now back with her family and “society in general,” the juror released a statement saying she has realized the best [….]