Andréa Córdova

Andréa Córdova - Publicist

Miami, FL, USA

I'm a passionate publicist with a deep love of books, media, and research. I've worked on a wide variety of genres and can show results.

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Overview

I have over 7 years of public relations experience - 5 years in a boutique public firm working on music and 2 years in-house working on book campaigns. I work closely with clients to conjure a PR plan that amplifies the book and meaningful press for the author.

I've secured top media including Amanpour & Company, Associated Press Television News, and print coverage in New York Times, The Economist, LA Times, Vanity Fair, Washington Post and radio including NPR, NPR Weekend Edition and NPR Latino USA.
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs
Entertainment
Humanities & Social Sciences
Political Science & Current Affairs
Fiction
Historical Fiction
Literary Fiction
Short Story
Women's Fiction

Certifications

  • Spanish Language

Work experience

Publicist

Pegasus Books
March, 2020 – Present (11 months)

Melville House

Publicist
September, 2019 – March, 2020 (6 months)

Grandstand Media

Publicist
January, 2013 – September, 2019 (over 6 years)

Projects

Nietzsche and the Burbs by Lars Iyer

Philosophical fiction with reviews in NPR, New York Times, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly.

The Gringa by Andrew Altschul

Fiction campaign with reviews in The New York Times, LA Times, and a starred Booklist review.

Hunger by Martín Caparros

An interview on NPR's Latino USA, a review in The Economist, an op-ed in The Hill.

A Woman Like Her by Sanam Maher

Press included reviews in both New York Times Daily review and New York Times Book Review, NPR Weekend Edition, The Paris Review, Washington Post.

Portfolio (6 selected works)

A Woman Like Her

Sanam Maher

"An exemplary work of investigative journalism." —Parul Sehgal, The New York Times The murder of a Pakistani social media star exposes a culture divided between accelerating modernity and imposed traditional values—and the tragedy of those caught in the middle. In 2016, Pakistan’s first social media celebrity, Qandeel Baloch, was murdered in a suspected honor killing. Her death quickly became ... read more

"An exemplary work of investigative journalism." —Parul Sehgal, The New York Times The murder of a Pakistani social media star exposes a culture divided between accelerating modernity and imposed traditional values—and the tragedy of those caught in the middle. In 2016, Pakistan’s first social media celebrity, Qandeel Baloch, was murdered in a suspected honor killing. Her death quickly became ... read more

Hunger

Martin Caparros

"Nothing less than astonishing..."—Booklist (starred review) From a renowned international journalist comes a galvanizing international bestseller about mankind's oldest, most persistent, and most brutal problem—world hunger. There are now over 800 million starving people in the world. An average of 25,000 men and women, and in particular children, perish from hunger every day. Yet we produce ... read more

"Nothing less than astonishing..."—Booklist (starred review) From a renowned international journalist comes a galvanizing international bestseller about mankind's oldest, most persistent, and most brutal problem—world hunger. There are now over 800 million starving people in the world. An average of 25,000 men and women, and in particular children, perish from hunger every day. Yet we produce ... read more

I, John Kennedy Toole

Kent Carroll, Jodee Blanco

The story behind John Kennedy Toole’s groundbreaking A Confederacy of Dunces—how it was discovered, championed, and published—is as engaging and colorful as the novel itself.I, John Kennedy Toole is the novelized story of the funny, tragic, riveting narrative behind the making of an American masterpiece. The book traces Toole’s life in New Orleans through his adolescence, his stay at Columbia ... read more

The story behind John Kennedy Toole’s groundbreaking A Confederacy of Dunces—how it was discovered, championed, and published—is as engaging and colorful as the novel itself.I, John Kennedy Toole is the novelized story of the funny, tragic, riveting narrative behind the making of an American masterpiece. The book traces Toole’s life in New Orleans through his adolescence, his stay at Columbia ... read more

The Gringa

Andrew Altschul

A gripping and subversive novel about the slippery nature of truth and the tragic consequences of American idealism … Leonora Gelb came to Peru to make a difference. A passionate and idealistic Stanford grad, she left a life of privilege to fight poverty and oppression, but her beliefs are tested when she falls in with violent revolutionaries. While death squads and informants roam the streets... read more

A gripping and subversive novel about the slippery nature of truth and the tragic consequences of American idealism … Leonora Gelb came to Peru to make a difference. A passionate and idealistic Stanford grad, she left a life of privilege to fight poverty and oppression, but her beliefs are tested when she falls in with violent revolutionaries. While death squads and informants roam the streets... read more

Nietzsche and the Burbs

Lars Iyer

In a work of blistering dark hilarity, a young Nietzsche experiences life in a metal band & the tribulations of finals season in a modern secondary schoolWhen a new student transfers in from a posh private school, he falls in with a group of like-minded suburban stoners, artists, and outcasts—too smart and creative for their own good. His classmates nickname their new friend Nietzsche (for his... read more

In a work of blistering dark hilarity, a young Nietzsche experiences life in a metal band & the tribulations of finals season in a modern secondary schoolWhen a new student transfers in from a posh private school, he falls in with a group of like-minded suburban stoners, artists, and outcasts—too smart and creative for their own good. His classmates nickname their new friend Nietzsche (for his... read more

What You Become in Flight

Ellen O'Connell Whittet

"Poignant and exquisite"--The Los Angeles Review of Books"An inspiring and powerful book"--Booklist"A genuinely absorbing read"--Kirkus"Revelatory, honest, and wondrous."--Chanel Miller, author of Know My NameA lyrical and meditative memoir on the damage we inflict in the pursuit of perfection, the pain of losing our dreams, and the power of letting go of both.With a promising career in classi... read more

"Poignant and exquisite"--The Los Angeles Review of Books"An inspiring and powerful book"--Booklist"A genuinely absorbing read"--Kirkus"Revelatory, honest, and wondrous."--Chanel Miller, author of Know My NameA lyrical and meditative memoir on the damage we inflict in the pursuit of perfection, the pain of losing our dreams, and the power of letting go of both.With a promising career in classi... read more

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