News - New Authors
News - New Authors
Kiese Laymon was shortlisted for the Saroyan International Prize for Writing and the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Award, for both fiction and nonfiction. He was also shortlisted for the Believer Book of the Year Award and was nominated for a Gaines Literary Award.
Joe Hagan’s biography of Jann Wenner, just sold to Knopf, was reported in the New York Times, Crains, Politico and Billboard. The book is set for 2017 release, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Rolling Stone Magazine.
Ronan Farrow was interviewed on the February 20th edition of THE DAILY SHOW WITH JOHN STEWART and recently on THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON. His book, PANDORA’S BOX, is scheduled to be published in 2015 by Penguin Press.
Seamus Blackley has played in a jazz quartet, operated a commercial recording studio, been a teaching and research fellow at the Fermi National Accelerator laboratory, designed aerobatic aircraft, produced and designed award winning video games, collaborated with Steven Spielberg, invented the Xbox, co-founded entertainment finance firms, and headed the videogames division of CAA. Now he works as president and co-founder of Innovative Leisure, Inc.
Debut author Blaine Lourd's memoir about growing up in 1970s South Louisiana with his larger-than-life father, Puffer, a charismatic oilman with a penchant for playing the ponies sold to Tricia Boczkowski at Gallery for publication on Father’s Day, 2015.
Following the success of her November The New York Times piece "How to Live Without Irony", we are pleased to announce the sale of her essay collection to Tim Duggan at HarperCollins.
Stephen Marche, author of the forthcoming THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF, published "Home Economics: The Link Between Work-Life Balance and Income Equality," in the July/August issue of The Atlantic. THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF will be published by Simon & Schuster in 2014.