Since my beginning in publishing in 2011, I’ve worked on a wide variety of genres from textbooks to self-publishing to literary fiction. I started at Oxford University Press in editorial with Communication, Journalism, and Media Studies titles, where I had the pleasure of working with both journalists and academics. I then transitioned from editorial to agenting when I realized that my real passion is the relationship with authors and how I can be the advocate that they need. I spent a short time as Digital Marketing Manager at Lowenstein Associates, planning and executing author marketing campaigns across social media. I then spent two years at Denise Shannon Literary Agency, a boutique agency that specializes in literary fiction, where I managed foreign rights, first serial, and permissions and provided editorial feedback on early drafts of client's manuscripts.
I'm now an agent at Regal Hoffmann & Associates. I also freelance as a proofreader for St. Martin’s Press.
In all my projects, author care comes first and the goals they have for a specific piece of writing.
Review page proofs against copyedited manuscripts for grammatical, formatting, and compositor errors
Liaise with authors; cultivate relationships with potential clients and industry professionals;
handle permissions, foreign and subsidiary rights; draft and review contracts; read queries and submissions; provide editorial reports for author manuscripts
coordinated and implemented social media campaigns and author websites; responded to author queries; edited proposals; handled ebook production and publication of backlist titles
Generated revision plans for authors on the Communications, Journalism, and Media Studies; managed the ancillary materials for each title, including finding writers, planning content, and line editing; conducted and analyzed market research; performed photo research and acquired permissions
“I first met Robert Kennedy because I spoke Spanish. I spoke Spanish because the U.S. Army taught me that before sending me to France, Belgium, and Germany to fight Hitler’s Army. This makes complete sense if you are familiar with military bureaucracy.”Such is the trademark wit of Frank Mankiewicz. With his dry sense of humor and self-deprecating humility―despite his many accomplishments―Frank... read more
Many business books fuel unrealistic notions about what a good idea looks like, how fast a founder should attract investment, and how quickly growth will take off. The problem with this mythology is that it can sometimes end with entrepreneurs abandoning their dreams too soon if they don't see immediate results. In The Hockey Stick Principles, author Bobby Martin shifts his focus away from all... read more
The perfect feel-good read. Don't miss this delightful novel!" -Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling author of Starlight on Willow LakeLily Stewart has reached a crossroads in her life. Her painting career hasn't taken off, her best friend has changed beyond recognition, her relationship is a constant disappointment, and now she can't keep up with the rising cost of living in the city. With... read more
In 1850, Nathaniel Hawthorne, fired from Salem's Custom House and returning to writing, reconceived his old job title, Surveyor of Customs, as his new one. Taking seriously this naming of the American author's project, Joel Pfister argues that writers from Benjamin Franklin to Louise Erdrich can be read as critical "surveyors" of customs, culture, hegemony, capitalism's emotional logic, and mu... read more
Will Rees is back home on his farm in 1796 Maine with his teenage son, his pregnant wife, their five adopted children, and endless farm work under the blistering summer sun. But for all that, Rees is happy to have returned to Dugard, Maine, the town where he was born and raised, and where he's always felt at home. Until now. When a man is found dead - murdered - after getting into a public dis... read more
From reading newspapers on smartphones to calling friends on the computer, digital media has changed the ways in which we communicate. Placing convergence at the center of the discussion, Converging Media: A New Introduction to Mass Communication, Fourth Edition, uses the technologies we employ every day to explain our current media environment--and to project where we might be headed. Rather ... read more
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