Friday, November 11, 2005

Publishers...

Random House, Inc.1745 BroadwayNew York, NY 10019(212) 782-9000
Random House Adult Trade Puslishing Group (Random House, Villard, Strivers Row, Random House Trade Paperbacks, Modern Library)

Ballantine Publishing Group (Ballantine Books, Fawcett, Ivy, Del Rey, One World, and Presidio Press)
Bantam Dell Publishing Group (Bantam Hardcover, Bantam Trade Paperback, Bantam Mass Market, Domain, Spectra, Delacorte Press, Fanfare, DPT, The Dial Press, Crimeline, Delta, Dell, Island)

The Crown Publishing Group (Bell Tower, Crown, Crown Business, Crown Forum, Clarkson Potter, Harmony Books, Shaye Areheart Books, Three Rivers Press)

The Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group (Broadway Books, Currency, Doubleday, Main Street Books, Nan A. Talese)

The Knopf Publishing Group (Alfred A. Knopf, Everyman's Library, Pantheon Books, Schocken Books, Vintage, Anchor)http://www.randomhouse.com

Peter Olson
Chairman, CEO
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Joerg Pfuhl
President
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Tony Chirico
Publisher, Knopf
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Sonny Mehta
Editor-in-Chief, Knopf
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Gina Centrello
Publisher, Ballantine Books
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Stephen Rubin
President and Publisher
Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group
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Bonnie Ammer
EVP, Publisher at Large, Random House
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Robert D. Loomis, EVP
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David Naggar
President
Random House Audio and Diversified Publishing Group
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Scott Matthews
President, Random House, Books on Tape
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Jenny Frost
Publisher, Crown
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Michael Palgon
Publisher, Doubleday Broadway Group
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Kristin Kiser
Editor-in-Chief, Crown
kkiser@randomhouse.com
Narrative nonfiction, commercial history, current events, psychology, health and fitness, women's issues, self-help, and pop-culture. Authors include Suzanne Somers, Gene Simmons, Derek Jeter, Robert Baer, Tess Uriza, Philip Kerr, Rupert Sheldrake and Megan McCafferty.

Irwyn Applebaum
Publisher, Bantam/Dell
iapplebaum@randomhouse.com

Nan Talese
Publisher, Nan A. Talese Books
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Dear Gerard Jones, On Nan Talese's behalf when she's away, I check her email from time to time and saw your note and attached review. Before we can move ahead, I need a little more information about both yourself and the proposed submission. Are you the agent or the author of GINNY GOOD? Are you an aquaintance of Ms. Talese? Please let me know. Thanks, with best wishes, Lorna Owen, Assistant Editor, NAN A. TALESE/ DOUBLEDAYDear Lorna, I'm the author. I'm not an aquaintance of Ms. Talese. I've liked reading books she's edited. I'd love either of you to take a look at the book I've proposed. Here's a sample chapter. Thanks again. Gerard JonesDear Gerard, Thanks for your kind note. We appreciate your interest in the imprint; unfortunately, we are not able to review works by writers without representation, because we're so overwhelmed by the sheer volume of submissions. We strongly feel the best way for your work to find a home is through a good literary agent who could come to your project with a knowledge of which editors would be best able to publish your book well. For example our imprint publishes mainly literary fiction and literary biographies. You might find helpful the website:http://www.authorlink.comBest wishes on your project, Sincerely, Lorna OwenDear Lorna, Thanks for your kind note. I know your imprint publishes mainly literary fiction and literary biographies, that's why I picked you to take a look at my book. It's the best of both of those things. Try doing things a little differently just for a change of pace on occasion. It's a truly unique and worthwhile project. I've included another sample chapter, and won't pursue it beyond this. Thanks again. Gerard Jones

Nancy Miller
Editor-in-Chief, Executive Editor, Ballantine Books
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Phyllis Grann
Senior Editor, Doubleday Broadway
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Martin Asher (see more)
Editor-in-Chief, Vintage Books
masher@randomhouse.com

Daniel Menaker
Executive Editor-in-Chief
Random House Adult Trade Group
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GINNY GOODDear Gerard, Oh, well. I'm sorry. This has absolutely wonderful stuff throughout. It's funny, energetic, entirely original, often affecting in a strange way. But I found it too intermittently wonderful...uneven...and while that might be a problem (if it is one) fixable by, susceptible to editing, I'm afraid I also felt that after about sixty pages, the kind of urgency I was hoping would develop didn't seem to be developing. And indeed it goes on that way...at least for me. I didn't feel pulled through the peregrinations strongly enough. There's an episodicness which forces the book to rely on its generally riffflike nature. And, as I've said, I didn't find the riffs consistently strong enough to sustain the somewhat atomic structure. I'm sorry. It's much better than 99% of what I see, and I appreciate the chance to consider it. I hope I'm wrong, and I hope even more that you'll be able to place it elsewhere.Dear Dan: I got your note. The only parts I understood were the parts about how wonderful it was. You lost me when you had to resort to combining jazz ostinatos with subatomic particle theory in order to explain why you're not going to publish the thing. Gary Fisketjon dissed it too, but with considerably less effusiveness. I appreciated what I was able to understand of your effusiveness, too; don't think I didn't. I also appreciated your having turned Chris Knutsen on to the book. I sent it to him. Feel free to turn it on to anyone you want--like maybe an agent or two. While it's true that I'm having a hell of a time trying to peddle the thing myself (see attachments), it's also true that the way things are set up a person probably does, in the end, much as I would like to think otherwise, need a professional peddler to do his peddling for him. Thanks again.ASTRAL WEEKEND (OWMM)Send me fifty, at least to start with. Thanks.You got it. Thanks. G.Dear Gerard Jones, OPRAH WIMSFREE & THE MAYONNAISE MAN isn't going to be right for me. I admired it in almost every way, but the tough-gal characterization seemed to me a little relentless after a while (though I'm guessing it may get modified as the book goes on). I think another editor might go for this, however, and because I do, I wonder if you would allow me to give these fifty-four pages to a very good agent I know, a guy named David McCormick who represents a lot of extremely good writers, including some novelists of whom these pages remind me a little. I can send the pages to him directly, if you like, or if you want, you can talk to David first or submit the pages directly to him. Let me know how (and whether) you want to proceed. I'm sorry not to be able to make an offer myself, I thank you for the chance to see this accomplished and funny writing, and I wish you luck. Sincerely, Dan MenakerDear Dan: You've really been cool with me. Thanks. Her character gets way modified, yes. She falls apart and gets put back together again worse than Humpty Dumpty. Absolutely, sure about David McCormick. He's at IMG, right? Anyone who edited the Ultimate Golf Book is okay by me. Give him a heads up & I'll send him a bigger chunk or send him what you have, whatever you think's best. Thanks again and again. G.McCormick has his own (already quite successful) agency now, Collins McCormick, having left IMG a couple of months ago or so. Why don't you email him and ask him how he wants to handle this manuscript (and mention the golf common denominator, by all means)? I've given him a heads-up already, and he has said he'd like to see the work. Good luck. DanWill do. Thanks again. G.You're welcome. And good luck. You're a good writer. I hope to rue the day I didn't make an offer.

Susan Kamil
Editorial Director, Dial Press
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Shaye Areheart
Publisher, Harmony, Shaye Areheart Books
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Narrative nonfiction in the areas of biography, memoir, popular science, self-help, spirituality and current events. Representative writers: Richard Restak, Deepak Chopra, Jim Karas, Huston Curtiss, Roger Housden and John Spalding.Under Shaye Areheart Books, Areheart's fiction imprint, she is looking to acquire contemporary, largely literary fiction. Some of Shaye Areheart Books' bestselling and critically-acclaimed authors include Chris Bohjalian, Jeanne Ray, Craig Nova, Roland Merullo, Mary Hays and Anne Roiphe.

Bruce Tracy
Editorial Director, Villard
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Jennifer Hershey
Editorial Director, Random House
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Amy Hertz
Publisher
Broadway, Morgan Road Books
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Elizabeth McGuire (Libby)
Associate Publisher, Random House
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Rick Horgan
VP, Executive Editor, Crown
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Claire Tisne
Director of Subsidiary Rights, Random House
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Deb Futter
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William Thomas
Editor-in-Chief, Doubleday/Broadway Books
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Charles Conrad
Executive Editor, Broadway Books
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Shelley Wanger
Senior Editor, Pantheon
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Shawna Mullen
Editorial Director, Clarkson Potter
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Pam Krauss
Editorial Director, Clarkson Poter
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Illustrated and non-illustrated nonfiction with a particular concentration in the cookbook category. Recent authors include Ina Garten, Steve Schirripa and Mario Batali. List also includes gardening, decorating, and other lifestyle titles from Sonia Kashuk, Douglas Wilson and Karen Duffy.

Gary Fisketjon (see more)
VP, Editor-at-Large, Knopf
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GINNY GOODAlthough I really enjoyed reading it, I'm afraid it didn't win me over completely and I will therefore not be making an offer. Gary FisketjonASTRAL WEEKENDI'm sure it's everything you say it is, but on the basis of these pages it is not, I'm sorry to say, up my alley. Best of luck elsewhere.Well, you know more about your alley than I do, but I'm telling you it is up your alley and you're gonna be pissed you didn't take a look. Thanks for the quick response, though. G.

Gerald Howard
Executive Editor, Doubleday Broadway
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Edward Kastenmeier
Executive Editor, Vintage/Anchor
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I acquire books for Vintage/Anchor and for Pantheon and I also am in charge of Vintage Crime/Black Lizard.

Robin Desser
VP, Senior Editor, Knopf
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Caroline Sutton
Senior Editor, Random House
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Bruce Nygren
Editorial Director, Waterbrook
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Tracy Devine
Senior Editor, Bantam
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Roger Scholl
Editorial Director, Currency Doubleday
Senior Editor, Doubleday
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Janet Hill
Executive Editor, Doubleday, Harlem Moon
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Carrie Thornton
Editor, Three Rivers Press
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Popular culture, music, film, humor, dating and relationships, divination, narrative nonfiction and trade paperback original fiction. Some of her recent authors have included Eddy Joe Cotton, David Konow and Marc Spitz. Oh, and WHATEVER YOU SAY I AM: The Life and Times of Eminem by Anthony Bozza.

Anne Lesley Groell
Senior Editor, Bantam Dell Publishing Group
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John Mahaney
Executive Editor, Crown Business
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Major business categories: management, strategy and leadership, finance and investing, narratives, and business how-to. Major authors include Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan, Patricia Seybold, Ram Charan and James glassman and Hevin Hassett.

Christopher Jackson
Editor, Crown
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Narrative nonfiction, memoir and narrative histories, including pop sociology and politics and general fiction. Interested in young writers with original voices and stories—especially those who write from a multicultural perspective. Recent projects include work by Edwidge Danticat, Victor Lavalle and Leon Wynter.

Melody Guy
Executive Editor, Villard, Striver's Row, One World
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Jordan Pavlin
Editor, Knopf
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Stacy Creamer
Executive Editor, Doubleday
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Steve Ross
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Sounds entertaining, but not quite right for the Crown list. Thanks for the opportunity to consider it, and best of luck in placing it elsewhere.

Victoria Wilson (Vicky)
Editor, Knopf
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Dear Gerald Jones - Thanks for letting me see your novel, which I've now had a chance to read. I just don't see it as something for us. Good luck with the book. Sincerely, Vicky Wilson

Ann Campbell
Editor, Broadway Books
acampbell@randomhouse.com
Dear Gerard, You can list my interests as Women's oriented narrative non-fiction, history, and memoir; women's fiction, travel narrative; self-help; and spirituality. I work for the Broadway Books imprint within the Doubleday Broadway Publishing Group and we publish smart, commercial non-fiction-approx 75 original titles a year. Many thanks for including me. It sounds like a worthy project. I'd also be interested in taking a look at your memoir if you'd care to send it. All best, Ann CampbellDear Ann: Your comments were perfect; succinct, just right. Thanks. The memoir, GINNY GOOD, is represented by Laura Strachan at the Strachan Literary Agency. I'll copy her in this e-mail and the two of you can do whatever you may wish to do with one another. Thanks again. G.GG Synopsis

Ann Close
Editor, Knopf
aclose@randomhouse.com
Please list my interests as literary fiction and literary nonfiction. Thanks.

Judith Jones
Editor, Knopf
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Susan Ralston
sralston@randomhouse.com

Luke Dempsey
Senior Editor, Crown
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Tony Burbank
Executive Editor, Bantam
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Philip Rappaport
Senior Editor, Bantam
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Annik LaFarge
Senior Editor, Crown
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Narrative nonfiction including current events, politics, religion, business, memoir—and also a fair amount of humor. Authors include Max Brooks, Greta Van Susteren, Noah Adams, Swisher and Jane Stern.

Shelly Shapiro
Editorial Director
Del Rey Books and LucasBooks at Del Rey
sshapiro@randomhouse.com
I specialize in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Thanks. Shelly Shapiro

Ann Harris
aharris@randomhouse.com

Rachel Klayman
Senior Editor, Crown
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Ron Doering
Senior Editor, Presido Press
rdoering@randomhouse.com

Madeline McIntosh
Publisher, Random Audio Group
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Anika Streitfeld
Senior Editor, Ballantine
astreitfeld@randomhouse.com

Bill Barry
Publisher, Doubleday Religion
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Susan Mercandetti
Senior Editor
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Allison McCabe
Senior Editor, Crown
amccabe@randomhouse.com

Dudley Delffs
VP, Waterbrook
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Juliet Ulman
Editor, Bantam Spectra
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Nita Taublib
ntaublib@randomhouse.com
Please add the following to my name: Please do not send me e-mail submissions. No response will be forthcoming. It is simply impossible to handle the inquiries that way. We do not accept unsolicited submission by either regular mail or e-mail.

Katherine Medina (Kate)
Executive Editor, Random House
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Dear Gerard: Thank you for your recent inquiry. However, due to the overwhelming number of submissions received each week, as of March 1, 2000, the Random House General Submissions Board prohibits our Editorial Department from accepting unsolicited manuscripts. Thank you for considering us in your search for a publisher, and best of luck in the submission of your work elsewhere. Sincerely, Jessica Kirshner, Editorial Assistant to Kate MedinaDear Jessica: So solicit the thing, then it won't be unsolicited. Ha! Thanks. G.

Erroll McDonald
Executive Editor, Pantheon
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Joe Blades
Executive Editor, Ballantine
jblades@randomhouse.com
Dear Gerard Jones, Joe Blades asked me to respond to your query on his behalf. Unfortunately, the synopsis and sample chapters from GINNY GOOD didn't pique his interest sufficiently. He does, however, thank you for the opportunity to consider your work -- and wishes you success in attracting an offer elsewhere. Sincerely, Patricia Peters, Assistant Editor

Deborah Garrison
Senior Editor, Pantheon
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Beth Rashbaum
Senior Editor, Bantam
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Laurie Stark
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Linda Marrow
Senior Editor, Ballantine
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Kate Miciak
Executive Editor, Bantam
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Charlotte Herscher
Editor, Ballantine
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Allison Dickens
Editor, Ballantine
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Leyla Aker
Editor, Knopf
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Okay, I'll bite. Please send your manuscript to my attention at the address above, Maildrop 21-2 (and indicate whether you want me to return it). Sincerely, Leyla AkerThanks for biting. No, I don't want you to return the enclosed, I want you to publish it, preferably before Christmas. I want to see it at news stands in airports by New Year's Day. All our sparkling wit aside, I do very much appreciate your taking the time to read the thing. It's kind of a bitch getting people to read stuff. Thanks again. G.I think that your book has a lot of merit, but unfortunately, I'm going to pass on it. I found it entertaining and excruciatingly honest, funny and tragic, but find no compelling reason to publish it. I don't mean that to be as harsh as it probably sounds. One of the sad facts about this business is that we can't publish everything that we like or even everything that's good, and although your story is interesting, there's a lot of interesting life stories out there. The other problem is that Dead Ginny reads very much like a confession, or therapy session, or exorcism; it demands a lot of the reader and I'm not sure how much it gives back. Anyway, I appreciate you sending it to me and wish you the best of luck.ur book has a lot of merit. I found it entertaining and excruciatingly honest, funny and tragic, but find no compelling reason to publish it. Sincerely, Leyla AkerIt's not often that a person gets dissed with such high praise. The only thing I found missing in your note was a compelling reason not to publish the son of a bitch: "A lot of merit. Entertaining. Excruciatingly honest, funny and tragic. Good. Interesting. Demands a lot of the reader." The only thing you're "not sure" of is how much it gives back. What more can a book give than to have merit, be entertaining, achieve excruciating honesty, humor and tragedy, be good, be interesting and be demanding? I can name you nine million books Alfred A. Knopf has published that have given back less. I'm not ragging on you, you're a sweetheart to have read the thing in the first place, I just think you might have gotten a second opinion—it's really a seriously good and novel book. Nor is it too late to get a second opinion. I'll be happy to send it to whoever else around there you might want me to send it to. If that person says it sucks I'll be grateful to you all over again. If they love it, hey, you'll be a hero. Thanks a fourth time.

LuAnn Walther
Editor, Pantheon
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David Ebershoff
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Kris Puopolo
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Sally Kim
Editor, Harmony Books
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Lorna Owen
Editor, Nan A. Talese Books
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Would you mind removing both Nan A. Talese and myself from your list. Many thanks.Yes. Thanks. G.

Charlotte Herscher
Editor, Ballantine
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Rakesh Satyal
Editor, Broadway
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Kim Kanner Meisner
Senior Editor, Harmony Books
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Narrative nonfiction, memoir, biography, popular science, wellness, spirituality, social issues and Eastern voices. Authors include Jennifer Lauck, Wei Hui, Zhang Boli, Christopher Hansard and Mindy Lewis.

Lexy Bloom
Associate Editor, Vintage
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Jason Kaufman
Executive Editor, Doubleday
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Alice van Straalen
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Mark Tavani
Editor, Ballantine Books
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Danielle Perez
Senior Editor, Delacorte
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Susanna Porter
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Sure, send a piece of it. Happy to look. All best, SusannaDear Susanna: I sent you several chapters of a novel a couple months ago. Here's a synopsis to jog your memory. What's going on with it? Thanks. G.Hi, thanks for following up. I did read this but hadn't gotten round to responding yet. This isn't for me because I basically don't like fantasy, but thanks for following up my interest, and best of luck with it! All best, Susanna

Tracy Devine
Senior Editor, Bantam
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Julia Pastore
Editor, Harmony Books
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John Flicker
Editor, Bantam Dell
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Jed Donahue
Editor, Crown Forum
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Charlotte Herscher
Editor, Ballantine/Ivy
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Daniel Perez
Editor, Bantam/Doubleday/Dell
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Rosy Ngo
Editor, Clarkson Potter
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Branded books; also interested in illustrated books about popular culture, urban history, cooking, and crafts.

Will Murphy
Editor
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Robin Rolewicz
Editor
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Ben Loehnen
Editor, Random House
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Katie McHugh
Associate Editor, Three Rivers Press
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Debbie Aroff
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Liz Van Hoose, Knopf
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Steve Saffel
Editor, Del Rey
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Alison Presley, Assistant Editor, Broadway Books
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Kerri Buckley
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Tracy Jacobs
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Clarence Haynes, Associate Editor
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Laura Ford
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Jenny Choi
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Dan Feder
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Lindsey Moore
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Julia Cheiffetz
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Dixon Gaines
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Keith Clayton
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Adam Korn
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Abby Plesser
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Millicent Bennett
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Paul Taunton
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Katrin Magnusson
kmagnusson@randomhouse.com

Lea Beresford
lberesford@randomhouse.com

Margaux Wexberg
mwexberg@randomhouse.com

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Publisher, Penguin
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President, Viking Penguin, Plume and Studio Books
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Publisher, Penguin Press
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Publisher, Gotham Books
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Marian Wood, VP, Publisher, Marian Wood Books
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Susan Allison
VP, Editorial Director, Berkley
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Carlo DeVito
Publisher, Imprint to be Named Later
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Editorial Director, NAL Signet
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Laureen Rowland
Publisher, Hudson Street Press
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Tracy Locke
Assicoate Publisher, Penguin Press
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Cindy Spiegel
Publisher, Riverhead
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Publisher, Riverhead
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John Duff
Publisher, Perigee, HPBooks, and Avery
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I do not publish any fiction in my lists. Nor do I publish memoirs. The list that I handle Perigee, Avery, HPBooks, and Prentice Hall Press are primarily prescriptive non-fiction. You can check our web site for further details. Cordially, John Duff.Dear Mr. Jones: When I responded to your email I did not expect to see my private response posted on your site. John Duff.Dear Mr. Duff: I said I was "putting together a book and a website which will include all the pertinent information I can find about Everyone Who's Anyone in Adult Trade Publishing in the US, UK and Canada." Then I asked you, "Is there anything you'd especially like included about you or your interests or your company?" You said what you said, which was basically a reiteration of the information on the Penguin-Putnam website. Why you thought your response was "private" and why you did not expect it to be posted on my website I do not know. Thanks again. Gerard Jones

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Editor-in-Chief, Plume
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Brian Tart
Editor-in-Chief, Dutton
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Kara Welsh
Publisher, New American Library
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Executive Editor, Riverhead
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Senior Editor, Riverhead
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Mark Chait
Senior Editor, NAL
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Dan Conaway, Executive Editor, Putnam
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Rachel Kahan, Senior Editor, Putnam
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Brendan Cahill
Senior Editor, Gotham
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Tracy Bernstein
Executive Editor, NAL
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Laurie Chittenden
Senior Editor, Dutton
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Lauren Marino
Executive Editor, Gotham Books
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Dear Gerard, I would prefer not to be part of this directory. I do not accept unsolicited email queries and I've been receiving a lot of them -- now I know why. Please take me off the list. Thank you and good luck with your book, Lauren MarinoDear Lauren: I can't take you off the list, but I can include the information you've provided. I hope that helps. Thanks. G.

Ellen Edwards
Executive Editor, NAL
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Kara Cesare
Senior Editor, NAL
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Julie Doughty
Editor, Dutton
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Anne Bohner
Editor, NAL
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Molly Stern
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Denise Silvestro
Executive Editor, Berkley
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Paul Slovak
Senior Editor, Viking
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Senior Editor, Penguin Press
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Caroline White
Editor, Viking Penguin
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Carole de Santi
Editor-at-Large, Viking
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Mark McVeigh
Editor, Dutton
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Carolyn Carlson
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Rose Hilliard
Editor, NAL
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Rick Kot
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Hillery Borton
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Dear Mr. Jones: I very much enjoyed the freshness of your work, however, I find that there are two kinds of writers, those that want to write and those that need to write. If your story is as thinly disguised as I suspect, Mr. Jones, then you are one of the latter, and I count you in good company. Those who want to write, generally, want to be published and rewarded for their efforts. Those who need to write are primarily concerned with the product of their labors, recognition being an afterthought. In light of the current hard cover fiction market, I see no way in which your work will be published in its current state. Whether or not you wish to subscribe to the parameters of popular fiction in order to alter the fate of your work is up to you. In the end, you may be happier with the job at McDonald's. Warm regards, Hillery BortonDear Ms. Borton: You apparently want popular fiction to continue to be fatuous, formulaic and stupid. Why? Why not give people a chance to read something fresh and true? Something entertaining and honest and funny and tragic? You sound like someone with some integrity. Why, then, wouldn't you rather work at McDonald's than continue to promote the fatuous, formulaic claptrap and crap that passes itself off as popular fiction? Thanks for your warm regards. Gerard JonesDear Hillery: I got a letter from Seva Gunitskiy dated 7/31/01 which said: "Gerard, Go ahead and send the rest of the GINNY GOOD manuscript, but address it either to myself or to Hillery Borton, Putnam Editor. Best, Seva." I sent the manuscript in, addressed to both you and Seva, and haven't heard anything from either of you. It's been over a year. What's up with it? Thanks. Gerard JonesOut of office auto reply: Hillery Borton no longer works at Penguin-Putnam.

Marian Lizzi
Senior Editor, Perigee
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Pam Dorman
Editor, Viking
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Kate Seaver, Senior Editor, Berkley
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Wendy Wolf
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Paul Dinas
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Brendan Duffy, Assistant Editor, Putnam
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Cindy Hwang, Editor, Berkley
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Business and politics only, please.

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Martha Bushko, Editor, Berkley
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Bernadette Malone, Editor, Portfolio
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Christine Zika, Editor, NAL
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Ginjer Buchanan, Editor, Berkley
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Louisa Edwards, Editor, Berkley
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Aimee Taub, Editor, Putnam
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DAW Books(A Division of Penguin-Putnam)375 Hudson StreetNew York, NY 10014http://www.dawbooks.com

Peter Stampfel (!)
Editorial Director, Daw Books
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Sheila Gilbert (!)
Editor, Daw Books
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Simon & Schuster1230 Avenue of the AmericasNew York, NY 10020(Scribner, Simon & Schuster, Pocket Books, Kaplan, Atria Books, Simon & Schuster Trade Paperback, Pimsleur, Touchstone/Fireside, The Free Press)http://simonandschuster.com

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President, Chief Executive Officer
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Carolyn K. Reidy
President, Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
carolyn.reidy@simonandschuster.com
Dear Gerard: I do not buy or edit books in my current job. I'd suggest you have your synopsis or manuscript submitted to an editor at one of Simon and Schuster's imprints. Carolyn Reidy

David Rosenthal
EVP and Publisher, Simon & Schuster
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Susan Moldow
EVP and Publisher, Scribner
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Martha Levin
EVP and Publisher, Free Press
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Judith Curr
EVP and Publisher, Atria
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Dear Gerard, Thanks for the opportunity to read the synopsis for Ophra Wimsfree & The Mayonnaise Man which Judith Curr passed along to me. I'm sorry to report that this doesn't seem like a project that would fit on our commercial list. I wish you the best of luck finding a publishing home for your novel. All best, Renee Brown, Assistant to Judith CurrDear Gerard, Please note that Judith Curr's e-mail address should be removed from this list of publishers. You may also want to note that Atria Books does not accept unsolicited (unagented) submissions. Thank you, Samantha Martin, Atria Books, Publisher's OfficeDear Samantha: Thanks. I'll pass that information along. G.

Louise Burke
EVP and Publisher, Pocket Books
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Gerald, Thank you for considering Louise for this project but she would prefer not to be included. However, we do wish you success in your endeavors. Brigitte SmithIf people ask not to be included, you should honor their request.Dear Louise Burke: Please refer to my inclusion policy here:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/about.htmlTo save you from reading the whole thing, the policy is in the last paragraph. I'm sorry to have to include you but I need to include "everyone" or it won't be the way I want it to be. You're welcome to say anything you want to say, and I will pass it along. I have included the information that you do not wish to be included, for example. It's a matter of public record, however, that you are who you are and work where you work. Res ipsa loquitur, that's what I always say. Oh, and there's an even more detailed explanation here:http://www.mobylives.com/Jones_EWA.htmlThanks again. G.

Mark A. Gompertz
EVP and Publisher, Fireside/Touchstone
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Mary Matilin
Publisher, Imprint to be Named Later
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Chris Lynch
EVP, Publisher, Simon & Schuster Audio
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Kate Tentler
VP, Simon & Schuster Online
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Adam Rothberg
VP, Corporate Communications
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Dear Mr. Jones, At least 4 S&S execs have forwarded your query to me. Please direct all your information gathering towards this office, and we will decide the extent of our participation. Thanks, Adam RothbergDear Mr. Rothberg: I've already directed all the queries I'm going to direct to those editors and S&S executives I was able to identify. My letter was self-explanatory. Those who wish to include comments about himself or herself and/or his or her interests are welcome to do so and I will faithfully and accurately record those comments on the website and in the book. Those who do not wish to respond will not respond and that will be their response. When and if I identify other S&S editors or executives, I will send them a similar query and get whatever response or lack of response I may get. It's not that big a deal. If an editor or executive doesn't have anything to say it seems simple enough to me to just not say anything. Thanks. G.

Alice Mayhew
Editorial Director, Simon & Schuster
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Michael Korda
Editor-in-Chief
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Emily Bestler
Editorial Director, Pocket Books
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Dominick Anfuso
Editorial Director, The Free Press
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Nan Graham
Editor-in-Chief, Scribner
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Johanna Castillo
Publisher, Atria, Imprint to be Named Later
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Fred Hills
VP, Senior Editor, Free Press
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Greer Kessel Hendricks
VP, Senior Editor, Atria
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Maggie Crawford
Editorial Director, Pocket Books
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Nancy Hancock
Senior Editor, Touchstone Fireside
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Roz Lippel
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Liate Stehlik
VP, Associate Publisher, Pocket Books, MTV/VH1
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Claire Israel
Director, Electronic Publishing
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Geoff Kloske
Executive Editor
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Colin Harrison
Executive Editor, Scribner
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Karen Wojtyla
Executive Editor, McElderry Books
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Marysue Rucci
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Amy Scheibe
Senior Editor, The Free Press
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Lauren McKenna
Editor, Pocket Books, Downtown Press
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My boss, Lauren McKenna, Asked me to e-mail you her bio to add to the page. Deirdre Dore, Assistant Editor, Pocket BooksDear Deirdre: Tell your boss, Lauren McKenna, I said thanks--her bio was perfect; succinct; just right. Say something about yourself and I'll put you in there too. Thanks again. G.Lauren McKenna started her publishing career at Pocket Books and has been there for the past six years. During that time she has worked on almost every aspect of mass-market publishing, including Romance, Westerns, Thrillers, Horror, Erotica, General Fiction, and even some Non-Fiction, especially pop-culture. She is always looking for new names and is especially excited about working on MTV Books and Pocket's new Downtown Press line. Some of her current projects include sexy Regency historical romances by Liz Carlyle, a non-fiction travel and biography guide to music's 'late and great' called Tombstone Tourists, a new fiction series based on the hit show Queer As Folk, the Sex & the City companion book, the Osbournes companion book, and much more.

Denise Roy
Editor
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Alexis Gargagliano
Editor, Scribner
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Brant Rumble
Editor, Scribner
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Amy Pierpont
Editor, Pocket Books, Downtown Press
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Emily Takoudes
Associate Editor, Simon & Schuster
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I work with Alice Mayhew on her narrative nonfiction titles. My focus is on editing, not acquiring, at this time.!

Micki Nuding
Senior Editor, Pocket Books
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Mitchell Ivers
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I don't accept unsolicited email submissions.The vast majority of editors don't even respond to unsolicited email submissions. Thanks. G.So don't send them. It's the moral equivalent of spam. My two cents: get an agent.I like sending them. The publishing industry is the moral equivalent of incest. I've got two books, one fiction and one nonfiction, both of which are better than anything Simon & Schuster has published in the last ten years. Here's the sort of thing agents say. This is from Jody Rein: "I hope you find an agent who understands this book better than I do, and can help you find an enthusiastic publisher. You're a terrific and imaginative writer. Maybe you ought to go straight to Farrar Strauss or Knopf or Susan Kamil at The Dial Press and let the dense agents of more linear and transparent literature be damned." Thanks again. G.Who are you? You must be a virus. I'm deleting your first email. Identify yourself or to hell with your spam.Dear Mitchell: I'm not a virus. Don't be silly. Go read what people say about this website:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/press.htmlThen stick your name in any of the little search thingies scattered about and all will be revealed to you as if by magic. Thanks again. G.It may not be a virus but it's still SCAM. Can't wait till this is illegal.What, pray tell, could possibly be a scam about it? I've come up with a better alternative than the LMP (which costs $389 a year) and I'm giving it away for free. Golly gee. What a scam. It's gotta be a communist plot. Somebody did something nice for a change. The world's gonna fall apart. Or maybe you meant SPAM. Nope. Not that either. Just celebrating the American tradition of free speech and a free press, cracking myself up and providing some insight into the minds of an editor or two at a bunch of big publishing companies. Now, is there anything about yourself or your job that you would like to say? G.Nope.Thot not. G.

Wylie O'Sullivan
Senior Editor, Free Press
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Peter K. Borland
Senior Editor, Atria
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Amanda Patten
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Trish Todd
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Sarah McGrath
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Cherise Grant
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Karen Mender
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Robert Bender
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Though your writing effectively captures the chaos and color of the times, I'm afraid I just didn't find myself connecting with the characters. They all seem so fey and mercurial (with the exception of Elliot) that they're a bit hard to understand. There's also a lot of incidental material, e.g. brushes with fame: Gordon Lish, Cassady, etc. that tends to distract from the main story. Bob Bender

Doris Cooper
Editor, Touchstone Fireside
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Brenda Copeland (see more)
Editor, Atria
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Selena James
Editor, Pocket Books
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Amanda Murray
Editor
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Kevin Smith
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Renee Brown
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Lisa Considine
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Sara Schapiro
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Megan McKeever
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Meghan Stevenson
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Annie Orr
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Jordan Brown
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St. Martin's Press175 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10010(St. Martin's Press, Picador USA, Palgrave, Minotaur Books, Tom Doherty Associates, LLC., Thomas Dunne Books, Stonewall Inn)http://www.stmartins.com

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Steve Cohen, EVP, COO
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Sally Richardson
President
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i'd love to see owmm. thanks for remembering. i look forward to the read.Look for it sometime next week. Thanks. Gerard JonesDear Sally: After reading a synopsis, you said you would "love" to see and that you were "looking forward to reading" the above-referenced novel. I sent it to you. Chris Holder returned it to me, unread, along with an enigmatic note about agents. Can't you read whatever you want to read? I'll tell you what. I'll send it to you again. It's gotten even better in the last month and a half. You have any editor, assistant editor, proof reader or unpaid intern read the thing and if he or she doesn't agree that it's better than any book St. Martin's has ever published, I won't trouble you with anything that's not represented by an agent. How about that? What have you got to lose? Not much. What have you got to gain? A lot. Thanks. Gerard Jones.Oh, ps, by the way, I have a narrative non-fiction account of the woman who is documented to have been the first hippie in Haight-Ashbury, available through an agent. Thanks again. G.Mr. Jones, Sally is on vacation, but she asked me to return your manuscript. She gets many queries and in this case, got you confused with someone else. She asked if we had ever seen anything of yours and I explained that you had sent manuscripts in but I always wrote explaining the company policy (all submissions must come through a legitimate literary agent). So good luck to you. Chris Holder, Sally's assistantChris, Just for the record, I never sent you a manuscript prior to this and therefore you never wrote to me explaining the company policy. Wouldn't it be cool to find the best, most widely read book St. Martin's ever published, by accident? How about asking Sally to take a look at it when she gets back from vacation? What the heck? Think outside the lines. She'll thank you. You'll be a hero. The thing's going to sell a million copies. You'll be famous. Ha! Thanks again. G.Mr. Jones, You have submitted to us at least twice before and I've written you our policy on those occasions. And if you never received or kept those letters, you now know what the policy is...agent submissions only. If you have that much faith in your writing, you should be able to get an agent. And you will need an agent to submit to any major publisher. I'm sorry. I know it's frustrating but I do wish you luck. ChrisDear Chris: I know for a total fact I never sent the nonfiction piece to anyone. I turned it over to the agent I mentioned. What she's done with it I do not know, although I'm sure she'd be happy to send it to you. This manuscript, however, I decided to have some fun with and sent out a few query letters on my own. Sally said she wanted to see it. I have no idea why. I took her at her word and sent it to her. Leslie Gelbman asked to see it too. I also have no idea why, but I sent it to her as well. Some agent named Jody Rein had this to say: "What an original romp, though. I hope you find an agnet who understands this book better than I do, and can help you find an enthusiastic publisher. You're a terrific and imaginative writer. Maybe you ought to go straight to Farrar Strauss or Knopf or Susan Kamil at The Dial Press and let the dense agents of more linear and transparent literature be damned." Serendipity's fun. How cool would it be if you guys just broke down and took a look at the thing and it turned out to be all that I say it is? I'm telling you, this book will sell more copies than any book St. Martin's ever published. Wouldn't that be sort of slick? I still simply do not see what you or Sally has to lose by having someone read the thing. Thanks. G.Mr. Jones, You are a riot. If you have an agent, have her send to me. If you do not have an agent and you send your manuscript, it will be returned to you with yet another letter stating our company policy. Happy Fourth of July! ChrisChris, Did I mention Pulitzer Prize? National Book Award? Is that Booker thing open to Americans yet? Okay, if it is, throw Booker Prize in there too. I'll have my agent send you GINNY GOOD. We can do a two book deal. You can be the first publishing house to have the same author win all those prizes for both fiction and nonfiction in the same year. Ha! Happy Fourth of July to you too. G.Gerry (can I call you Gerry?), If you had an agent this whole time, why did you torture me?Chris, Totally call me Gerry, sure. Or Ger. Or G. I don't have an agent for THIS book. I have an agent for the other book. I wanted to try selling this book on my own 'cause I like to try to do impossible things. Do you want me to have my agent send you the other book? Sorry about the torture, but I wasn't being duplicitous in any way. They're both extraordinarily good books. One has an agent. The other doesn't. Does that make sense? Thanks. G.Hi Gerry. Sally would prefer not to be listed in your book. She appreciates it, but we are listed in the Literary Market Partners and that is fine for her and St. Martin's. And if you want your agent to send us your manuscript, that is fine. But only if it comes through an agent, per our submission policy. Remember? Take care. ChrisHey, Chris: I so remember your submission policy, yes; boy, do I ever. It's branded into my forehead backwards so I can read it in the mirror every morning. Thanks. G.

George Witte
george.witte@stmartins.com
Dear Mr. Jones, I'd rather not be included in the book, but thanks for the invitation. Sincerely, George Witte

Charles Spicer
Executive Editor
charles.spicer@stmartins.com
Dear Gerald, Charles Spicer asked me to email you with regards to seeing the fiction ms. listed below. You can send it to Charles Spicer, Executive Editor, 175 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10010. Thank you. Best, Joshua Rivkin, Assistant EditorDear Joshua: Okey dokey, look for it toward the end of the week. Thanks. G.Dear Charles: In an email, Joshua Rivkin said you wanted to see the above-referenced novel. Here it is. The cool thing about you asking to see it is that Eric Simonoff at Janklow & Nesbit mentioned that Steven J. Cannell was one of his clients and I based this whole huge book in Rockford, Illinois and gave the main character a Firebird because my father and I used to watch The Rockford Files together. You will notice that some chapters have a different title. That's because I'm redoing the whole thing and didn't want to print the whole thing out again until I've finished the final edit. You should be able to get a pretty good idea from this whether you want to pursue it or not. I'm also sending it to Richard Morris at J&L, but have no idea whether he's going to want to represent it. He's liked what he's seen so far, however. Thanks again. Gerard JonesUpdates:Oh, and, Charles, ps, by the way, six months ago, at your request, I sent you a copy of ASTRAL WEEKEND. Have you read it yet? Do you want to make an offer on it? Six months is quite awhile, but if you need more time to decide perhaps you could give me a sort of interim status report. Thanks. G.I'm still waiting to hear from you regarding the book you asked me to send you a year ago. Any news yet? Doesn't it seem a trifle rude to ignore one polite request after another for over a year? It does to me. Thanks again. G.Dear Mr. Jones: Charles Spicer asked me to write to you regarding ASTRAL WEEKEND. Many thanks for letting us see it! Unfortunately, while the story is interesting and very well written, this project just isn't right for our list at this time. I'm returning it herewith. Thanks again for letting us see this, and best of luck selling it elsewhere! Regards, Dan Rosenberg, Editorial AssistantDear Charles: One of your assistants finally returned ASTRAL WEEKEND after thirteen months. Thanks! I'm surprised and honored that the guy who edits Stephen Coonts thought my work was interesting and very well written! That's high praise indeed! I also very much appreciate that it took so long to decide that the project wasn't right for your list at this time, but take heart! During the thirteen months you had the manuscript I've made some changes which are sure to meet with you approval! In the newer version Amy Fisher, Susan Smith and Andrea Yates form a cyberspace sex cult and worship...guess who? Robert Blake! Ha! How about them apples? Wanna see it? Better hurry, though; I don't think it's gonna be available for another thirteen months. Great editors have a way of discerning great literature when they see it. In fifty years your great-grandchildren will remember you with pride as the guy who bought one of the books I wrote. Unfortunately, if you don't buy it, they won't remember you at all. Thanks again! All best! G.

Ruth Cavin
Associate Publisher and Editor, Thomas Dunne
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Sheila Curry Oakes
Executive Editor
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Jennifer Enderlin
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Michael Flamini
Executive Editor, St. Martins Press
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Rebecca Heller
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Elizabeth Beier
Executive Editor, St. Martin's Press
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Hope Dellon
Executive Editor
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Peter Wolverton
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Jennifer Weis
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Ben Sevier
Editor, St. Martin's/Minotaur
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Diane Reverand
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Elizabeth Bewley
Editor, St. Martin's
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Anne Merrow
Editor, Thomas Dunne Books
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Kelley Ragland
Editor, St. Martin's/Minotaur
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Kim Cardascia
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Monique Patterson
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Picador, USA175 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10010http://www.picadorusa.com

Frances Coady
Publisher
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Jodi Crews
Editor, Picador
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Amber Qureshi
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Palgrave Macmillan175 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10010http://www.palgrave-usa.com

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President
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Airie Stuart
Editorial Director
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History Editor
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Tom Doherty Associates, LLC.175 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10010(Tor, Forge, Orb, Starscape)http://www.tor.com

Tom Doherty
Publisher
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Bob Gleason
Executive Editor, Forge
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Patrick Nielsen Hayden
Senior Editor, Manager of Science Fiction
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Melissa Ann Singer
Senior Editor, Tor
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Natalia Aponte
Senior Editor, Forge
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David Hartwell
Senior Editor
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Claire Eddy
Senior Editor
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Susan Chang
Senior Editor, Starscape
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Moshe Feder
Associate Editor
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Anna Genoese
Associate Editor, Tor, SF/Fantasy
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Please take my name off your list.No, thanks. G.

Paul Stevens
Associate Editor
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Eric Raab
Associate Editor
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Natasha Panza
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CEO, HarperCollins
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President, Harper Group
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Publisher, Regan Media
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Elizabeth Bewley, Associate Editor, Regan Media
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Carrie Kania
Associate Publisher, HarperAudio, Ecco, Fourth Estate US
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Daniel Halpern
Publisher, Ecco Press
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Editorial Director, Fourth Estate
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Rene Alegria
Publisher, Rayo
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CEO, Zondervan
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Associate Publisher, Harper
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Rockelle Henderson
Associate Publisher, Amistad
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Jennifer Hart
Associate Publisher, Ecco
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John Williams
Editor, Harper Perennial
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Lee Boudreaux
Editor, Ecco
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David Hirshey
Executive Editor, HarperCollins
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Carolyn Marino
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Michael Morrison
Publisher, Morrow Avon
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Editorial Director, Perennial, Quill and Dark Alley
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Associate Publisher, Rayo
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Executive Editor, Avon/Morrow
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Andrea Montejo
Editor, Rayo
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Editorial Director, HarperSanFrancisco
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Editorial Director, Amistad Press
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Mauro DiPreta
Executive Editor, William Morrow
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Nonfiction, including Double Deal by Michael Corbitt, The Way You Wear Your Hat by Bill Zehme, A Different Drummer by Mike Deaver and Fire Lover by Joseph Wambaugh. Forthcoming are such titles as Excuse Me While I Whip This Out by Kinky Friedman and Ugly Americans by Ben Mezrich.

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Dear Gerard, Thank you for the proposal. Ultimately I am not interested in pursuing this project, and I wish you the best of luck in finding a good home for it. Sincerely, Diana Gill

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Senior Editor, Morrow/Avon
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Erika Tsang
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Thank you for the opportunity to consider your submission. Regretfully, I am acquiring single title romances for Avon Books and your proposal does not meet my publishing needs.

Stacey Barney
Editor, Amistad
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Melinda Moore
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Not for me. But thanks for writing.

Jill Bialosky
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Bob Weil (see more)
Executive Editor
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Angela von der Lippe
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Carol Houck Smith
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Sorry. Probably not for me. But if you're going to send queries by e-mail, most editors want to know who you are and what you've published. CHSProbably not for you? Want me to send you a couple chapters so you can be sure? Take a flyer, what the heck. Thanks. G.First, who are you?My name is Gerard Jones. You read an earlier book of mine which is now with an agent. You liked it. Here's the first chapter of the current book. Judge for yourself who I am. Thanks. G.AW SynopsisNice and peppy, but not for me. If you have an agent, you should be submitting through him/her. I hope you realize there would be hefty permissions for the lyrics. Your word discrete should actually be discreet. Good luck [Smith, Carol]Wow. You are sooo right about discreet. I'm amazed. Thank you. Bet you can't find any other thing wrong with the whole manuscript. Wanna bet? Thanks. G.

Amy Cherry
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I am not going to make an offer to publish GINNY GOOD. There are times when your manuscript feels dead accurate to the times you describe, and some of it is truly quite funny. But the tone of the manuscript gets a bit wearing after awhile. There's a whine underneath the writing that keeps the reader from fully indulging in the work. Amy CherryNot for me, especially as I'm cutting way back on the amount of fiction I acquire. Amy CherryOkey dokey, anyone else around there I should send it to? Thanks. G.Doesn't seem like a Norton book. Can't think of an editor here for it. Amy Cherry

Farrar, Straus and Giroux19 Union Square WestNew York, NY 10003(Farrar, Straus and Giroux, North Point Press, Hill and Wang, Faber and Faber)http://www.fsgbooks.com

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Paul Elie
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I think the novel is skillfully done, but I wasn't won over. It felt too much like a performance for my taste. Paul ElieDear Mr. Jones, This synopsis really swings, but I don't see the book as one for us. Best of luck with it elsewhere. Paul Elie, Editor, F S GOh, heck. Thanks anyway. If you change your mind and want to see a few chapters, let me know. G.Nonfiction, especially of a literary nature; fiction, especially translated fiction and foreign fiction in English; special interest in religion.

Denise Oswald
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Denise Oswald: Editor, Faber and Faber Inc. and Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Areas of interest include: Pop and Alternative Culture and Cultural Criticism; Music; Film; Theatre; Literary Fiction; Biography; Social Justice issues, including Feminism, Race, and Gender Studies; Sports and The Outdoors.

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Henry Holt & Co., Inc.115 W 18th StreetNew York, NY 10011http://www.hholt.com

John Sterling
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Dear Gerard, I am responding on behalf of John Sterling, President and Publisher of Henry Holt and Company. Our website is www.henryholt.com. Yours, Marcy BellerDear Marcy: Thanks. It's a work in progress. Every little bit helps. I'll let you know when the site's up and running. G.

Jennifer Barth
Editor-in-Chief, Adult Trade
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Laura Godwin
VP, Associate Publisher
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Jack Macrae
Associate Publisher, John Macrae Books
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The focus here is on literary quality and ideas that stand a chance of lasting beyond the season's fashions—Jack MacraeDear Jack: A man after my own heart. That's the focus here, as well. My books are still going to be being read long after all the agents and editors who dissed them are dead, although the only one I've sold so far is GINNY GOOD which is coming out in Spring 2004. Thanks again. G.

Sara Bershtel
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George Hodgman
Executive Editor, Henry Holt
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Paul Golob
Editorial Director, Times Books
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Denise Cronin
VP, Rights Director, Metropolitan, Owl, Henry Holt
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Vanessa Mobley
Senior Editor, Henry Holt
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Riva Hocherman
Editor, Metropolitan Books
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Robin Dennis
Associate Editor, Times Books
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Daniel Reid
Assistant Editor, Henry Holt
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Sadie Stein
sadie.stein@hholt.com

Sam Douglas
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Kate Levin
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Houghton Mifflin Company222 Berkeley StreetBoston, MA 02116http://www.hmco.com

Teri Kelly
SVP, Trade and Reference
teri_kelly@hmco.com

Janet Silver
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Eamon Dolan
Editorial Director
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Wendy Broad Lazear
Executive Editor
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Heidi Pitlor
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Rux Martin
Executive Editor
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Harry L. Foster
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Anton Mueller
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I'd look at the masterpiece if it is a masterpiece, antonDear Anton: It's a total masterpiece. I'm sending it today to Fred Ramey, Charles Spicer and Richard Morris at Janklow & Nesbit. It's gonna be a tricky book to publish however. The main character has a fantasy during a seizure caused by a giant brain aneurysm which includes Oprah Winfrey. People are afraid of offending her. If you want to see a little of my literary roots, here's an old version of another book I wrote: Oops, forget it, got sold, but you can still check it out here:GG SynopsisHere's a synopsis of the new book. It's called ASTRAL WEEKEND. If you still want to see it after you've read the synopsis, let me know and I'll get another copy made today. Thanks. G.AW SynopsisDear Anton: Wow. I just read your declaration in support of publishing The Wind Done Gone. You're a heavy-duty guy. I'd love to send you my book. I hope you still want to see it after you've read the synopsis, 'cause the synopsis don't do it justice. Thanks again. G.

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AOL Time Warner Book Group1271 Avenue of the AmericasNew York, NY 10020(Little, Brown and Company, Bulfinch Press, Back Bay Books, Warner Books)http://www.twbookmark.com

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Michael Pietsch
Publisher, Little, Brown and Co.
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Jamie Raab
Publisher, Warner Books
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Dear Mr. Jones: Thanks very much for querying me, but I don't think the novel described below is for me. JamieDear Jamie: You don't "think" it's for you? You want to see a few chapters so you will know for sure? Thanks. G.

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Jill Cohen
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Rebecca Isenberg
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Hyperion Books77 West 66th StreetNew York, NY 10023http://www.hyperionbooks.com

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President, Hyperion
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I was forwarded the e-mail you sent to Bob Miller at Hyperion and can direct you to the Literary Marketplace directory (found at any library) for a complete listing of most of the people you're trying to get the names for. I hope you find this helpful. Katie Long, Director of Publicity, Hyperion Books

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Hyperion Rights Department
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Avalon Publishing Group1400 65th Street, Ste. 250Emeryville, CA 94608245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300(Carroll & Graf; Thunder's Mouth Press; NationBooks; Shoemaker & Hoard; Marlowe and Company; Seal Press)http://www.avalonpub.com

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Will Balliett, Publisher
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Dear Will Balliett: Neil Ortenberg suggested I send you one of my novels. Here are the first fifty pages of several books I currently have on offer:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other.htmlIf you want to see the rest of any of them, let me know. Thanks. Gerard Jones

Philip Turner
Editor-in-Chief
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Herman Graf
Editor-at-Large
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Keith Wallman, Associate Editor
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Thunder's Mouth Press245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300http://www.thundersmouth.com

John G. H. Oakes
Publisher, Thunder's Mouth Press
john.oakes@avalonpub.com

Jofie Ferrari-Adler
Editor
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NationBooks33 Irving Place, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10003http://www.nationbooks.org

John G. H. Oakes
Co-Publisher
john.oakes@avalonpub.com

Carl Bromley
Co-Publisher
carlb@thenation.com
...had no idea i was listed but I love the site! CARL BROMLEY, EDITORIAL DIRECTORAre you anyone? Then you're listed. Spread it around. Thanks. G.

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Vice President, Publisher
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Marlowe & Company, an imprint of Avalon Publishing Group Incorporated, publishes widely in the areas of health and fitness, food and cooking, psychology and personal growth, religion and spirituality, current affairs, pregnancy and parenting, and folklore and mythology. About fifty books a year are published by the imprint, roughly thirty percent of which are commissioned by the publisher.

Sue McCloskey
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Peter Jacoby
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Seal Press300 Queen Anne Avenue N., Ste. 375Seattle, WA 98109http://www.sealpress.com

Perseus Books Group387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016(Counterpoint Press; Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Public Affairs, Da Capo Press, Westview Press)http://www.perseusbooksgroup.com

David Steinberger
CEO
david.steinberger@perseusbooks.com

Stephen Bottum
VP, Group Managing Editor

Jack McKeown
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Vice President, Rights
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Counterpoint Press387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016http://www.counterpointpress.com

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Managing Editor
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Basic Books387 Park Avenue, South, 12th Flr.New York, NY 10016http://www.basicbooks.com

Elizabeth Maguire
VP and Publisher
Basic Books, Counterpoint, Basic Civitas.
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Executive Editor
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Jo Ann Miller
Executive Editor
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William Frucht
Executive Editor
william.frucht@perseusbooks.com
Dear Mr. Jones: Thanks very much for letting me know about your web site, which I've bookmarked. It was especially instructive to see such an endlessly inventive and lively display of rejection letters. Mine had become rather stale and your site was a real wake-up call. You generally have to be a recognized academic or journalist to publish with Basic Books. We do no fiction (at least not intentionally), though our sister imprint, Counterpoint, does. My own publishing has concentrated in science, economics, law, politics, and international relations. We accept unagented proposals now and then but the author's credentials have to be very good. With best wishes, Bill FruchtDear Bill: I wish everyone in the whole world was exactly like you--charming, candid, informative. Phew. Stevie Smith had a poem where she kept talking about a breath of fresh air. Thanks. G.Dear Gerard: Thanks for your note. I like my comment just the way it is (and am flattered by your posted response). Best wishes, Bill FruchtDear Bill: Thanks. I've started an international good guy movement: "Why can't everyone be just like Bill Frucht?" It's already all the rage in Tibet. G.Dear Gerard: Good to hear from you again. I continue to use your site regularly. It's especially useful for reaching agents who don't bother to put their e-mail addresses on their stationery. The agent listing, by the way, seems to be stronger for fiction than for nonfiction—not surprising given its origin. Some of my favorite people in the agenting world (I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but let it pass) are not here: Susan Rabiner, Rafe Sagalyn, and the Garamond Agency, for instance, all seem to be missing. Congratulations on Ginny Good. I've ordered it from Amazon. Best wishes, BillHey, Bill, Rabiner, Sagalyn & Garamond are all on this page:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/agus3.htmlDo that Cntrl+F thing on that page and type in their names and you go right to them, or use the search thingy at the top of any page for anyone else you're looking for. Glad you got my little book at Amazon. It's totally cheap there now—they'll probably raise the price pretty soon. Hope you like it. Hey, it's nonfiction, by the way, narrative nonfiction, actually, that's what the Library of Congress says. Who am I to disagree? Thanks. G.

Megan Hustad
Editor, Basic Books
megan.hustad@perseusbooks.com

PublicAffairs250 West 57th Street, Suite 1321New York, NY 10107http://www.publicaffairsbooks.com

Peter Osnos
Publisher
peter.osnos@perseusbooks.com

Clive Priddle
Executive Editor
clive.priddle@perseusbooks.com

Lisa Kaufman
VP, Editor, Director of Marketing
lisa.kaufman@perseusbooks.com
Gerard, what an amusing website, so expressive of editors' deep fear of being sucked under by a tidal wave of crap submissions, which may inspire their overwhelmed and bored assistants to resign, whereupon their company will seize the opportunity to reduce headcount. I deeply sympathize. PublicAffairs is a nonfiction publisher specializing in works of journalism, history, biography, memoir, and social criticism, most often by people who are public figures and/or have well-established journalistic credentials. Our books tend to be story-driven (as opposed to research based or service-oriented), highly publicizable, and about subjects of social, historical, cultural, or political significance. "Signature" books include Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage by Chris Drew and Sherry Sontag; The Crisis of Global Capitalism by George Soros; The Tiananmen Papers; Black Mass: The Irish Mob, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal by Gerard O'Neill and Dick Lehr; the 2002 NBCC Award finalist War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning by Chris Hedges; Washington, by Meg Greenfield; and Common Nonsense, by house author Andy Rooney. I tend to acquire fewer of the many politics-oriented books we do and more personal and "character-driven" books—such as a memoir by comedian Richard Lewis about his recovery from addiction, more literary/writerly narratives, like The Cat from Hue: A Vietnam War Story by John Laurence, and investigative journalism with new journalistic voice (Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron by Robert Bryce). I am also interested in the arts and environmental issues. Best of luck, LisaDear Lisa: Candid responses like yours and Bill Frucht's chuckle me out and make this little project worth doing. Thanks. Hey, I just noticed you canceled your Audio Book, COMMON NONSENSE by Andy Rooney. You should replace it with an audio version of my book, GINNY GOOD. I'll read the thing for free and my voice is easily as gravely as his voice. Seriously. My agent sold most of the other rights but she kept the audio rights. She's trying to sell them at this very moment. Send her an e-mail.Laura Strachanalacrity@ix.netcom.comYou think I'm kidding. I'm not. Oh, oh, you should also tell some of the Perseus Book Group guys to buy the rights to this website and make it into a book too. It's really the most comprehensive, up-to-date and "real" listing of all the best literary agents, editors and publishers in the known universe and beyond—in addition to which, it's environmentally safe art. No kidding. Check out the Nettle article in the Reviews Section on this page:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/wps.htmlHe says it's total art. A new form. Ha! And if you need any help marketing any of your books, let me know. Thanks again. G.

Robert Kimzey
Managing Editor
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Kate Darnton
Senior Editor
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David Patterson
Editor
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Da Capo Press11 Cambridge CenterCambridge, MA 02142http://www.dacapopress.com

John Radziewicz
Publisher
(history, literature, film, general nonfiction)
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Dan O'Neil
Assistant Publisher
(history, biography)
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Fred Francis
Managing Editor
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Marnie Cochran
Executive Editor
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Ben Schafer
Senior Editor
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Senior Editor
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Art & Architecture, Philosophy, Religion
sarah.warner@perseusbooks.com
What a helpful site. Thanks for including my information. I'll have to pass on Ginny Good and the others, but good luck with them. With best wishes, Sarah WarnerHey, Sarah, you can get Ginny Good at Amazon, so you can't really pass on that. Well, you can pass on getting it at Amazon, I guess. I think I am gonna have good luck with the others. Thanks. G.You are funny. Thanks again. With best wishes, swI am. Your boss is soooo nice. You guys sound like the most together publishing company in the whole country. Hey, there's a chapter about Manitou Springs in my book, maybe you'll reconsider. G.

South End Press7 Brookline Street, Suite 1Cambridge MA 02139-4146http://www.southendpress.org

bell hooks
southend@southendpress.org

Urvashi Vaid
southend@southendpress.org

Howard Zinn
southend@southendpress.org

Barbara Ehrenreich
southend@southendpress.org

Manning Marable
southend@southendpress.org

Anthony Arnove
southend@southendpress.org

Melville House PublishingP.O. Box 3278Hoboken, NJ 07030http://melvillehousebooks.com

Dennis Loy Johnson
info@melvillehousebooks.com

Valerie Merians
info@melvillehousebooks.com

Yale University PressP.O. Box 209040New Haven, CT 06520http://www.yale.edu/yup

Chris Rogers
chris.rogers@yale.edu

University of Chicago Press1427 East 60th StreetChicago, IL 60637http://www.press.uchicago.edu

Alan G. Thomas
Editorial Director, Humanities and Sciences
at@press.uchicago.edu

Linda J. Halvorson
Editorial Director, Reference
ljh@press.uchicago.edu

T. David Brent
Executive Editor
Anthropology, Philosophy and Psychology
tdb@press.uchicago.edu
Dear Gerard, I believe this is the first time I've heard of or from you or about EWA. The concept doesn't make a lot of sense to me and I can't imagine where you got your information, especially about the University of Chicago Press. It must be pretty recent since Alex Schwartz has been here only a few months. Anyhow, good luck. David BrentDear David: I add things serendipitously as I come across them, so this may well be the first time you've heard of or from me. I included a link to a chapter by William Germano from his book published by the University of Chicago Press, and voila. The sense it makes to me is that it's a free, easily accessible guide to the US and UK publishing industries. Some people have use for such a thing, lots of people don't. Thanks. G.

Douglas Mitchell
Executive Editor
Sociology and History
dcm@press.uchicago.edu

J. Alex Schwartz
Senior Editor, Law and Economics
jas@press.uchicago.edu

John Tryneski
Editorial Director, Social Sciences and Paperback Publishing
jt@press.uchicago.edu

Robert P. Devens
Associate Editor
American and Regional History
rpd@press.uchicago.edu

Bloomsbury, USA175 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Flr.New York, NYhttp://bloomsburymagazine.com/usa

Karen Rinaldi
Publisher
karen.rinaldi@bloomsburyusa.com

Colin Dickerman
colin.dickerman@bloomsburyusa.com

Brenda Johnson
brenda.johnson@bloomsburyusa.com

Gillian Blake
Editor
gillian.blake@bloomsburyusa.com

Seven Stories Press140 Watts StreetNew York, NY 10013(212) 226-8760http://www.sevenstories.com

Dan Simon, Publisher
dan@sevenstories.com
Dear Mr. Jones, Actually, I think it's good to have it skimpy. Thanks, Dan

Crystal Yakacki
crystal@sevenstories.com

Jessie Kindig
jessie@sevenstories.com

Greg Ruggerio, Senior Editor
greg@sevenstories.com

Tania Ketenjian
tania@sevenstories.com

George Murer
george@sevenstories.com

Kensington Publishing Corp.850 Third AvenueNew York, NY 10022http://www.kensingtonbooks.com

Walter Zacharius
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
wzacharius@kensingtonbooks.com
Dear Gerald Jones, Walter Zacharius has asked me to respond to your recent e-mail regarding your proposed reference work. For information about the Kensington staff, please visit our website. After you have drafted your entry for Kensington, you may send it to me for a final check, if you'd like. Regarding your books, I must say that neither of the books as you describe them sounds like a good match for our list. Since most publishers do not accept unagented submissions, I suggest you start looking for an agent. I wish you the best in finding an enthusiastic response. Thank you for your interest in Kensington. Sincerely, Michaela Hamilton, Editor in ChiefDear Michaela: Here's preliminarily what your entry will look like. When I get the project onto a website I'll let you know. I'm still fiddling with it. The comments of those agents, editors and publishers who responded to my query or who have responded to my queries in the past will be accessible by clicking a "comments" bar under his or her name. For the purposes of this email, however, I'm simply including them. So far I've identified over six hundred individual literary agents and over four hundred editors and publishers, both in the US and the UK, but it's also an ongoing project which I'm sure will, when word gets around, include more and be more valuable and more current than information contained in the Literary Market Place ($389 per year) or any of the other current guides to agents, editors and publishers. Initially I'm going to be offering access to the website at no cost--no advertising, no popups, etc.--and simply asking users to send me whatever money they may care to send.I'm also looking for a publisher who may wish to buy the rights to a companion print version which would be available in book stores or through the website. Such a companion book will be more complete, succinct, honest, useful and entertaining than any of the best selling (and quite profitable) guides which currently exist. If Kensington would be interested in acquiring the rights to such a book, let me know. Thanks again. G.

Steven Zacharius
President and Chief Operating Officer
szacharius@kensingtonbooks.com

Laurie Parkin
Vice President and Publisher
lparkin@kensingtonbooks.com

Michaela Hamilton
Editor-In-Chief
mhamilton@Kensingtonbooks.com
Thrillers, mysteries, mainstream fiction, true crime, current events. Thanks for contacting me, but this would not be a good fit with Kensington's list. Thank you for including Kensington in your reference book.Dear Michaela: Thanks again and you're welcome. G.

Kate Duffy
Editorial Director, Romance and Women's Fiction
kduffy@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, Brava erotic romance, women's contemporary fiction.

Audrey LaFehr
Editorial Director
alafehr@kensingtonbooks.com
Commercial women's fiction and suspense.

John Scognamiglio
Editorial Director, Fiction
jscognamiglio@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, women's contemporary fiction, gay fiction and non-fiction, mysteries, suspense, mainstream fiction.

Karen Thomas
Editorial Director, Dafina/Arabesque
kthomas@kensingtonbooks.com
General fiction and parenting, African-American fiction and non-fiction.

Gene Brissie
Editor-in-Chief, Citadel Press
gbissie@kensingtonbooks.com*

Bob Shuman
Senior Editor, Citadel Press
bshuman@kensingtonbooks.com
Politics, military, wicca, business, Judaica, sports.

Gary Goldstein
Senior Editor
ggoldstein@kensingtonbooks.com
Westerns, true crime, military, sports, how-to, narrative nonfiction

Richard Ember
Editor, Citadel Press
rember@kensingtonbooks.com
Biography, film, sports, New Age, spirituality

Miles Lott
Assistant Editor
mlott@kensingtonbooks.com
Mainstream fiction, thrillers, horror, women's fiction, general non-fiction, popular culture, entertainment

Hilary Sares
Consulting Editor
hsares@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, women's fiction, Brava erotic romance

Jeremie Ruby-Strauss, Senior Editor
jruby_strauss@kensingtonbooks.com

Nicole Bruce, Editorial Assistant, Dafina Books
nbruce@kensingtonbooks.com

Sulay Hernandez, Editorial Assistant
shernandez@kensingtonbooks.com

Justin Hocking, Editorial Assistant
jhocking@kensingtonbooks.com

Steerforth Press25 Lebanon StreetHanover, NH 03755(603) 643-4787http://www.steerforth.com

Alan Lelchuk
alan@steerforth.com*

Michael Moore
michael@steerforth.com*

Thomas Powers
thomas@steerforth.com*

Chip Fleischer
chip@steerforth.com

Kristin Camp Sperber
kristin@steerforth.com*

Peter Holm
peter@steerforth.com*

Roland Pease
roland@steerforth.com*

McGraw Hill BooksTwo Penn Plaza, 5th Flr.New York NY 10121(212) 904-2000http://www.books.mcgraw-hill.com

Judith McCarthy
Executive Editor
judith_mccarthy@mcgraw-hill.com

David R. Godine Publishers9 Hamilton PlaceBoston, MA 02108-4715http://www.godine.com

David R. Godine
info@godine.com

Elsbeth Lindner
info@godine.com

Beacon Press25 Beacon StreetBoston Masssachusetts 02108http://www.beacon.org

Helene Atwan
Director
hatwan@beacon.org

Tom Hallock
Associate Publisher
thallock@beacon.org

Amy Caldwell
Associate Editor
acaldwell@beacon.org

Tracy Ahlquist
tahlquist@beacon.org

Soft Skull Press71 Bond StreetBrooklyn, NY 11217http://www.softskull.com

Richard Eoin Nash
Editor
richard@softskull.com

Kristin Pulkkinen
kristin@softskull.com

Brookline BooksPO Box 97Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464http://www.brooklinebooks.com

Milt Budoff
milt@brooklinebooks.com

Abbeville Press116 W. 23rd St., Suite 500New York, New York 10011http://www.abbeville.com

Robert E. Abrams
Publisher
abbeville@abbeville.com

Susan Costello
Editorial Director
abbeville@abbeville.com

Andrews McMeel Publishing4520 Main StreetKansas City, MO 64111http://www.amuniversal.com/amp

Christine Schillig
Vice President and Editorial Director
cschillig@amuniversal.com

Health Communications, Inc.3201 S.W. 15th StreetDeerfield Beach, Florida 33442http://www.hci-online.com

Peter Vegso
Publisher
peterv@hcibooks.com

Monkfish Book Publishing Company27 Lamoree RoadRhinebeck, NY 12572http://www.monkfishpublishing.com

His Holiness, Paul Cohen
Publisher
Bookcohen@aol.com
The esteemed publisher of GINNY GOOD by the illustrious and occasionally mildly curmudgeonly me. G.

John Wiley & Sons111 River StreetHoboken, NJ 07030-5774(201) 748-6000(Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer)http://www.wiley.com

William J. Pesce, CEO
wpesce@wiley.com

Stephen A. Kippur
skippur@wiley.com

Patrick J. Kelly
pkelly@wiley.com

Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer989 Market StreetSan Francisco, CA 94103(415) 433-1740

Alan Rinzler, Executive Editor
arinzler@wiley.com

Unbridled Books200 North 9th St., Ste. AColumbia, MO 65201(573) 256-41062000 Wadsworth Blvd., Ste. 195Lakewood, CO 80214(303) 506-3622http://www.unbridledbooks.com

Greg Michalson (See more)
michalsong@unbridledbooks.com

Fred Ramey
framey@unbridledbooks.com

Chelsea Green Publishing Company85 North Main St., Ste. 120P.O. Box 428White River Junction, VT 05001(802) 295-6300http://www.chelseagreen.com

Margo Baldwin
President & Publisher
mbaldwin@chelseagreen.com
How do we get our listing updated? It's way out of date. We also just put a book on the NY Times Bestseller List: Read all about it. We have a revitalized editorial program, among other things. Thanks, margoHey, margo, you just tell me what to say and I say it. I moved you up the page a ways, too. Go see. Thanks. G.

John Barstow
Editor-in-Chief
jbarstow@chelseagreen.com

Ben Watson
Senior Editor
bwatson@chelseagreen.com

Jennifer Nix (see more)
Editor-at-Large
jnix@chelseagreen.com

BET Books555 West 57th Street, 11th FloorNew York, NY 10019(Arabesque, Sepia, New Spirit)http://www.bet.com/books/betbooks

Linda Gill
Publisher
linda.gill@bet.net

Glenda Howard
Senior Editor
glenda_howard@yahoo.com

Evette Porter
Editor, Arabesque
evette_porter@yahoo.com

Demetria Lucas
Editor, Arabesque
demetria_lucas@yahoo.com

Allworth Press10 East 23rd Street, Ste. 510New York, NY, 10010http://www.allworth.com

Tad Crawford
Publisher
crawford@allworth.com

Robert A. Porter
Associate Publisher
bporter@allworth.com

Nicole Potter
Senior Editor
npotter@allworth.com

Catbird Press16 Windsor RoadNorth Haven CT 06473http://www.catbirdpress.com

Robert Wechsler
Publisher
catbird@pipeline.com

Persea Books853 Broadway, Suite 604New York, NY 10003http://www.perseabooks.com

Michael Braziller
info@perseabooks.com

Karen Braziller
info@perseabooks.com

Verso Press180 Varick Street, 10th FloorNew York, NY 10014http://www.versobooks.com

versony@versobooks.com
We do not accept unsolicited fiction at all. Also, we are a Leftist publisher so we will not consider a book proposal unless it implicitly or expressly deals with left-leaning politics. Our submission guidelines and company information are on our website. No telephone calls please. Thanks for keeping us on your list.

Louisana State University PressPO Box 25053Baton Rouge, LA 70894http://www.lsu.edu/lsupress/index.html

MaryKatherine Callaway
mkc@lsu.edu

Pushcart PressPO Box 380Wainscott, NY 11975

Bill Henderson
Publisher

Black Classic PressP.O. Box 13414Baltimore, MD 21203http://www.blackclassic.com

W. Paul Coates
bcp@charm.net

Paul Dry Books117 South 17th Street, #1102Philadelphia, PA 19103http://www.pauldrybooks.com

Paul Dry
editor@pauldrybooks.com

The Charles Press Publishers117 South 17th Street, #310Philadelphia PA 19103http://charlespresspub.com

Lauren Meltzer, Publisher
lauren@charlespresspub.com

Watson-Guptill Publications770 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003http://www.watsonguptill.com

Bob Nirkind
Executive Editor
info@watsonguptill.com

Candace Raney
Executive Editor
info@watsonguptill.com

Regnery Publishing, Inc.One Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.Washington, D.C. 20001http://www.regnery.com

Marji Ross
Publisher
mross@eaglepub.com

M. Evans and Company, Inc.216 East 49th StreetNew York, NY 10017http://www.mevans.com

PJ Dempsey
Senior Editor
pdempsey@mevans.com
We have a very eclectic list, but do not publsh narrative nonfiction--no memoirs--unless the author is a celebrity.

Bancroft PressPO Box 65360Baltimore, MD 21209http://www.bancroftpress.com

Bruce L. Bortz
bruceb@bancroftpress.com

BkMk PressUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City5100 Rockhill RoadKansas City, MO 64110-2499http://www.umkc.edu/bkmk

James McKinley
Executive Editor
bkmk@umkc.edu

Ben Furnish
Managing Editor
bkmk@umkc.edu

Rugged Land276 Canal Street, 5th Flr.New York, NY 10013http://www.ruggedland.com

Webster Stone
wstone@ruggedland.com

Chris Min
Associate Editor
cmin@ruggedland.com

Justin, Charles & Company20 Park Plaza, Suite 909Boston, MA 02116http://www.justincharlesbooks.com

Stephen Hull
Publisher
steve@justincharlesbooks.com
Dear Gerard Jones: Thanks for the update. You've clearly put a prodigious amount of effort into Everyone Who's... and I would imagine it's quite a useful tool for some people. Thanks, and best of luck. --sphDear Stephen: I just add stuff as I come across it and rely on kind e-mails like yours to correct what I get wrong. If I'd known it was gonna be so prodigious I never would have done it. Oh, nice website, by the way. Thanks. G.

Kim Hjelmgaard
London Editor
kim@justincharlesbooks.com

Carmen Mitchell
Editor
carmen@justincharlesbooks.com

Cader Books38 E. 29 Street, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10016http://www.caderbooks.com

Michael Cader
michael@caderbooks.com*

Sterling Publishing Company387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016http://www.sterlingpub.com

editorial@sterlingpub.com

Andrew Martin, Publisher
amartin@sterlingpub.com

Marcus Leaver, EVP, COO
mleaver@sterlingpub.com

Patricia Gift, Editorial Director
pgift@sterlingpub.com

Karen Nelson, VP, Creative Director
knelson@sterlingpub.com

Julie Trelstad, Executive Editor
jtrelstad@sterlingpub.com

Charles G. Nurnberg
cnurnberg@sterlingpub.com

FC2Department of EnglishFlorida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-1580http://fc2.org

R. M. Berry
fc2@english.fsu.edu

Brenda L. Mills
fc2@english.fsu.edu
Gerard, we specialize in experimental fiction (novels and short fiction). The best place to get an idea of what we do is our website, which also has our submission guidelines. I can't tell enough from what you've said about your books (except that if one really is a memoir we're not interested in that) to know if they're aligned with our leanings. Brenda

Columbia University Press61 W. 62nd StreetNew York, NY 10023(212) 459-0600http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/index.html

Jennifer Crewe
Editorial Director
jc373@columbia.edu

Peter Dimock
Senior Executive Editor
pd304@columbia.edu

Juree Sondker
js2185@columbia.edu

Sourcebooks, Inc.1935 Brookdale Rd., Suite 139Naperville, IL 60563http://www.sourcebooks.com

Dominique Raccah
Publisher
dominique.raccah@sourcebooks.com
Hi Gerard, Just letting you know Marie Macaisa is a project editor with MediaFusion but not an acquiring editor on that line. MediaFusion acquisitions are reviewed by everybody so it's fine to submit to: Acquisitions, MediaFusion. Thanks for the note. And keep up the good work, DominiqueHey, Dominique, got it. I'll fix things. Thanks. You too. G.http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other1.html

Todd Stocke, Editorial Director
todd.stocke@sourcebooks.com

Hillel Black
Editor-in-Chief
hillel.black@sourcebooks.com
hillwen@aol.com

Bethany Brown
Senior Editor
bethany.brown@sourcebooks.com

Marie Macaisa
MediaFusion
info@sourcebooks.com

Peter Lynch
peter.lynch@sourcebooks.com

F+W Publications, Inc.4700 E. Galbraith Rd.Cincinnati, OH 45236(513) 531-2690116 E. 27th StreetNew York, NY 10016http://www.fwpublications.com

Tricia Waddell
Editorial Director, North Light Books
tricia.waddell@fwpubs.com

Lauren Mosko
Editor, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market
lauren.mosko@fwpubs.com
Hey, Lauren, dat's egzactly what updates is for! I'll fix things. Thanks. G.Thank YOU, Gerard. I appreciate your good work. :) Lauren

John F. Blair Publisher1406 Plaza DriveWinston-Salem NC 27103http://www.blairpub.com

Carolyn Sakowski, President
sakowski@blairpub.com*

Steve Kirk, Editor-in-Chief
kirk@blairpub.com*

White PinePO Box 236Buffalo, NY 14201http://www.whitepine.org

Dennis Maloney
wpine@whitepine.org

Workman Publishing Company708 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003http://www.workman.com

Carolan R. Workman
info@workman.com

Chris Pavone, Associate Publisher, Artisan
chris@mail.workman.com

Algonquin Books of Chapel HillP.O. Box 2225Chapel Hill, NC 27515http://www.algonquin.com

Shannon Ravenel (see more)
shannon@mail.workman.com

Chuck Adams
Jack of Everything
chuck@mail.workman.com

Antonia Fusco
antonia@mail.workman.com

Glad Day BooksP.O. Box 112Thetford, VT 05074http://www.gladdaybooks.com

Grace Paley

Robert Nichols

Barricade Books185 Bridge Plaza North, Suite 308-AFort Lee, NJ 07024http://www.barricadebooks.com

Lyle Stuart
lyle@barricadebooks.com
We publish nonfiction only as for example the upcoming Power Beyond Reason which proves that President Johnson while in office was a manic-depressive paranoiac—and his disease kept us in the war in Vietnam and cost thousands of American lives... —lyle stuartDear Lyle: Sounds like a good, eminently believable, book, but let's not forget the two million Vietnamese lives it cost as well. Thanks again. G.

Carole Stuart
cstuart@barricadebooks.com
Dear Gerard Jones: How come I'm not in your directory? I'm Carole Stuart, publisher of Barricade Books and Lyle Stuart is President. If you want more information, let me know and I'll send it. You do want to be completely up to date, right? We've been publishing for nearly 13 years! Carole StuartDear Carole: I had you in there at first, but I couldn't find an e-mail address for you, so I took you out. Anything you want to say I'd be more than happy to put in, sure, as little or as much. Thanks again. G.I'll look it over...I like the information—very helpful. CaroleThanks. Take your time. Hey, your mission is the furtherance of free speech. So is mine. Ha! G.Yes and it's caused us a lot of expensive grief. (See Steve Wynn v. Barricade Books and v. Lyle Stuart.) Anyway....Wow. Oh, thank heaven for actual malice, but I'm sure it cost you a pretty penny nonetheless. Tricky business, this truth telling. The best thing I've got going for me is that I'm judgment proof—when you got nothing you got nothing to lose. You should see what I'm doing with Oprah Winfrey. She's gonna have a cow. I'm absolutely within my rights to use her in the way I do—thanks to Larry Flynt and Jerry Falwell—but still no publisher will touch it with a ten foot pole. That's the main problem with my nonfiction book too. Here's the first couple lines:"I'm using everyone's real name. They can all sue me. I hope they do. I could use the excitement."Update May, 2003: We publish non-fiction like CONVERSATIONS WITH A PEDOPHILE and CELEBRITY LIES as well as a line of gambling books and true crime with a emphasis on mob-related subjects.

Jeff Nordstedt
jeff@barricadebooks.com

Routledge29 West 35 Street, Suite 61New York, NY 10001http://www.routledge-ny.com

George Zimmar
Executive Editor
gzimmar@routledge-ny.com*

Karen Wolny
Publishing Director, Social Sciences
kwolny@routledge-ny.com*

William Germano
Publishing Director, Humanities
wgermano@routledge-ny.com

Dalkey Archive PressCenter for Book CultureISU Campus Box 8905Normal, IL 61790-8905http://www.dalkeyarchive.com

John O'Brien
contact@dalkeyarchive.com

Nathan Furl
nate@centerforbookculture.org

Granary Books, Inc.307 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1401New York, NY 10001http://www.granarybooks.com

Steven Clay
sclay@granarybooks.com

Graywolf Press2402 University Avenue #203Saint Paul, MN 55114http://www.graywolfpress.org

Janna Rademacher
Managing Director
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Katie Dublinski
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Anne Czarniecki
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Ig Publishing178 Clinton AvenueBrooklyn NY 11205http://www.igpub.com

Robert Lasner
igpublishing@earthlink.net
Gerard, Thanks and good luck with your book. Monkfish should be a good home—they are with us on Consortium. thanks, Robert LasnereCool. Consortium ain't exactly Ingram or Baker & Taylor but as soon as all the best books start getting distributed by them they'll be Ingram and Baker & Taylor. Thanks. G.

Newmarket Press18 East 48th Street, 15th Flr.New York, NY 10017(212) 832-3575http://www.newmarketpress.com

Esther Margolis
emargolis@newmarketpress.com

Tracey Bussell
tbussell@newmarketpress.com

Tara Hoffman
thoffman@newmarketpress.com

Contimuum Books15 East 26th St., Ste. 1703New York, NY 10010(212) 953-5858http://www.continuum-books.com

info@continuum-books.com

Frank Oveis, VP, Senior Editor
frank@continuum-books.com

Evander Lomke, VP, Senior Editor
evander@continuum-books.com

David Barker, Acquisitions Editor
david@continuum-books.com

Acorn Alliance549 Old North RoadKingston, RI 02881http://www.moyerbellbooks.com

Britt Bell
mail@moyerbellbooks.com*

Rodale Publishing33 East Minor StreetEmmaus, PA 18098http://www.rodale.com

Ardath Rodale
Chairman
ardath.rodale@rodale.com

Steve Murphy
CEO
steve.murphy@rodale.com

Tami Booth
VP, Editor-in-Chief - Women's Books
tami.booth@rodale.com

David Zinczenko
Editor-in-Chief, Men's Health
david.zinczenko@rodale.com

Cindy Ratzlaff
Associate Publisher, Rodale Trade Books
cindy.ratzlaff@rodale.com

Margot Schupf
Executive Editor, Lifestyle Books
margot.schupf@rodale.com

Leigh Haber
Editor-at-Large
leigh.haber@rodale.com
I am acquiring non fiction--narrative non fiction, memoir, history, biography, popular culture, popular science, journalis, celebrity memoir, up to ten books per year. thanks!I am acquiring non fiction--narrative non fiction, memoir, history, biography, popular culture, popular science, journalis, celebrity memoir, up to ten books per year. thanks!

Miriam Backes
Senior Editor, Cookbooks
miriam.backes@rodale.com

Mariska van Aalst
Editor, Rodale
mariska.vanaalst@rodale.com

Pamela Adler, Editor
pamela.adler@rodale.com

Jackie Dornblaser
jackie.dornblaser@rodale.com

Zach Schisgal, Executive Editor, Men?s Health
zach.schisgal@rodale.com

Lisa Considine, Senior Editor
lisa.considine@rodale.com

Avalon Books160 Madison Avenue, 5th FloorNew York, NY 10016http://www.avalonbooks.com

Erin Cartwright
avalon@avalonbooks.com

Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc.200 Madison Ave., Ste. 2000New York, NY 10016http://www.dorchesterpub.com

Don D'Auria
Executive Editor
ddauria@dorchesterpub.com

Alicia Condon
Editorial Director
acondon@dorchesterpub.com

Chris Keeslar
Senior Editor
ckeeslar@dorchesterpub.com

Harlequin/Silhouette Books300 E. 42nd Street, 6th FloorNew York, NY 10017http://www.eharlequin.com

Loriana Sacilotto
EVP, Global Publishing
loriana_sacilotto@harlequin.ca

Tara Gavin
Editorial Director, Next
tara_gavin@harlequin.ca

Tracy Farrell
Executive Editor
tracy_farrell@harlequin.ca

Leslie Wainger
Executive Editor
leslie_wainger@harlequin.ca

Abby Zidle
Executive Editor, HQN
abby_zidle@harlequin.ca

Mavis Allen
Senior Editor, Steeple Hill
mavis_allen@harlequin.ca

Gail Chasan
Senior Editor
gail_chasan@harlequin.ca

Dianne Moggy
Senior Editor, MIRA
dianne_moggy@harlequin.ca

Brenda Chin
Senior Editor
brenda_chin@harlequin.ca

Melissa Jeglinski
Senior Editor
melissa_jeglinski@harlequin.ca

Ann Leslie Tuttle
Editor, Harlequin
annleslie_tuttle@harlequin.ca

Marsha Zinberg
Editor, Harlequin
marsha_zinberg@harlequin.ca

Birgit Davis-Todd
Editor, Harlequin Blaze
birgit_davis-todd@harlequin.ca

Keyren Gerlach
keyren_gerlach@harlequin.ca

Red Dress Ink233 Broadway, Suite 1001New York NY 10279http://www.reddressink.com

Farrin Jacobs
Associate Editor
farrin_jacobs@harlequin.ca
Hello. Congratulations on the sale of your book. And: I have some corrections for the Red Dress Ink entry on your site. Since we don't currently accept e-mail solicitations, I'm wondering if you could take my e-mail address off of your page. Also, perhaps you could add the following, as I've received a number of e-mail queries that would not even come close to fitting our needs. Thanks much. "Red Dress Ink was launched to provide women with unique and irreverent stories that reflect the lifestyles of today's women. Our authors keep their writing lively and lighthearted. The editorial ranges from edgy to laugh-out-loud funny, and expresses ideas and witty observations from strong, independent voices. The Red Dress Ink imprint is owned by Harlequin Enterprises Limited." All best. Farrin JacobsDear Farrin: I can't take your e-mail address off 'cause the whole thing is essentially an online directory, i.e., I don't put anyone in who doesn't have an e-mail address, but I'd be more than happy to include the information that you don't accept e-mail solicitations and perhaps you might want to tell people how you DO accept solicitations. Thanks again. G.

Kathryn Lye
Editor, Red Dress Ink
kathryn_lye@harlequin.ca

Callaway Editions54 Seventh Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10014http://www.callaway.com

Nicholas Callaway
Publisher
nicholas_callaway@callaway.com

Gival PressPO Box 3812Arlington, VA 22203(703) 351-0079http://www.givalpress.com

Robert Giron
givalpress@yahoo.com

Adams Media Corporation57 Littlefield StreetAvon, MA 02322http://www.adamsmedia.com

Jill Alexander
jalexander@adamsmedia.com

AutonomediaPO Box 568 Williamsburgh StationBrooklyn, NY 11211http://www.autonomedia.org

Jim Fleming
Editor and Publisher
info@autonomedia.org

Hill Street Press191 East Broad Street, Suite 209Athens, Georgia 30601http://www.hillstreetpress.com

Tom Payton
Editor and Publisher
payton@hillstreetpress.com

Judy Long
VP and Editor-in-Chief
long@hillstreetpress.com

Patrick Allen
Senior Editor
allen@hillstreetpress.com

Other Press307 7th Avenue, Suite 1807New York, NY 10001http://www.otherpress.com

Rosemary Ahern
editor@otherpress.com

Daniel Reid, Editor
editor@otherpress.com

Donald M. Grant PublisherPO Box 187, Surrey LaneHampton Falls, NH 03844http://www.grantbooks.com

Robert K. Wiener
kellee@grantbooks.com

Kellee Larson
kellee@grantbooks.com

Mercury HousePO Box 192850San Francisco, CA 94119http://www.mercuryhouse.org

Kirsten Janene-Nelson
Executive Director
mercury@mercuryhouse.org

Brook Street PressP.O. Box 812413Wellesley, MA 02482http://www.brookstreetpress.com

James Pannell
jpannell@brookstreetpress.com

Cadmus EditionsPO Box 126Tiburon-Belvedere, CA 94920http://www.cadmus-editions.com

Jeffrey Miller
cebiz@cadmus-editions.com

Nonetheless Press20332 W. 98th StreetLenexa, KS 66220http://www.nonethelesspress.com

Marcia Schutte
mschutte@nonethelesspress.com
Dear Gerard, Thank you for including Nonetheless Press in your publisher listings. Congratulations on your sale of GINNY GOOD! I'll look at your other titles...but not for a little while. We are a very small press and I wear a lot of hats. We will be adding a link to your interesting, useful and irreverent site. Best of luck to you, and thank you for creating Everyone Who's Anyone in Adult Trade Publishing. Best regards, Marcia SchutteDear Marcia: When I get down in the dumps and start to wonder why I do what I do, I get a note like yours and say to myself...oops. Sorry. I'm pretty sure Hallmark has the copyrights to the rest of that sentence. Thanks. G.HOLY COW!!! GINNY GOOD is coming out!!! :)) Seriously, all congratulations to you :) I'll work on the pages, and take a look at your other works. Way to go, Gerard!!!! All best, MarciaAll best, ha! All worst. I got sixty-five of the suckers sitting on my mommy's dining room table waiting for me to say witty stuff in 'em and stick 'em in envelopes and send 'em to people who gave me money to support this little website. Thanks. G.

Salvo PressPO Box 9095Bend, OR 97708http://www.salvopress.com

Scott Schmidt
publisher@salvopress.com

Guilford Publications72 Spring StreetNew York, NY 10012http://www.guilford.com

Seymour Weingarten
Editor-in-Chief
seymour.weingarten@guilford.com

Kathryn Moore
Executive Editor
kathryn.moore@guilford.com

Blue Collar BooksPO Box 40117Washington, DC 20016http://www.bluecollarbooks.com

editor@bluecollarbooks.com

AK Press674-A 23rd StreetOakland, CA 94612http://www.akpress.org

Rachael Rakes, Publisher
rachael@akpress.org

Leftist Nonfiction. Journalism. Radical Classics. Hobo Memoir.Hobo Memoir, my favorite. Thanks. I'll fix things. G.

Tupelo PressPO Box 539Dorset, VT 05251http://www.tupelopress.org

Jeffrey Levine
publisher@tupelopress.org

Lyons Press246 Goose LaneP.O. Box 480Guilford, CT 06437http://www.globepequot.com

Tom McCarthy
Editor
tom.mccarthy@globepequot.com

Jay McCullough
Editor
jay.mccullough@globepequot.com

New South Books105 S. Court StreetMontgomery, AL 36104http://www.newsouthbooks.com

Randall Williams
Editor-in-Chief
randall@newsouthbooks.com

Northwestern University Press625 Colfax StreetEvanston IL 60208http://www.nupress.nwu.edu

Susan Betz, Executive Editor
s-betz@northwestern.edu

Aunt Lute BooksPO Box 410687San Francisco CA 94141http://www.auntlute.com

books@auntlute.com

Hawthorne BooksP.O. Box 579Portland, Oregon 97207http://www.hawthornebooks.com

Rhonda Hughes
rhughes@hawthornebooks.com

Kate Sage
ksage@hawthornebooks.com

Mid-List Press4324 12th Avenue S.Minneapolis, MN 55407http://www.midlist.org

Lane Stiles
guide@midlist.org

Marianne Nora
guide@midlist.org

Scala House PressPO Box 17964Seattle, WA 98167http://www.scalahousepress.com

info@scalahousepress.com

River City Publishing1719 Mulberry StreetMontgomery, AL 36106http://www.rivercitypublishing.com

Jim Gilbert
jgilbert@rivercitypublishing.com

Gail Waller
gwaller@rivercitypublishing.com


Ruminator Books452 Selby Avenue, 2nd Flr. WestSaint Paul, MN 55102(651) 224-7302http://www.ruminator.com

Pearl Kilbride
pk@ruminator.com

Susannah McNeely
susannah@ruminator.com

Bloomberg Press100 Business Park Dr.Princeton, NJ 08542http://www.bloomberg.com/books


John Crutcher
jcrutcher@bloomberg.com

Dandelion Books5250 South Hardy Drive, Suite 3067Tempe, Arizona 85283http://www.dandelionbooks.net

Carol Adler
cadler@mindspring.com

Anvil PublishersPO Box 2694Tucker, GA 30085http://www.anvilpub.com

Lee Xavier
anvilpress@aol.com
Gerard: Thank you for the reminder. I'm going to put a note on my site to people looking for agents and publishers and a hyperlink to your site. Lee Xavier, editor-in-chief, Anvil PublishersDear Lee: What an extraordinarily good idea. There's already all kinds of good, useful information on your website, a little more couldn't hurt. Thanks again. G.

QED Press155 Cypress StreetFort Bragg, CA 95437http://www.qedpress.com

qedpress@mcn.org

Santa Monica PressPO Box 1076Santa Monica CA 90406http://www.santamonicapress.com

Jeffrey Goldman
Publisher
books@santamonicapress.com

Invisible Cities Press50 State StreetMontpelier, VT 05602http://www.invisiblecitiespress.com

Michael Grimaldi
Publisher
pub@invisiblecitiespress.com

Ann Brandon
Editor
ann@invisiblecitiespress.com

Tia McCarthy
tia@invisiblecitiespress.com

St. Kitts PressPO Box 8173Wichita KS 67208http://www.stkittspress.com

Elizabeth Whiteker
ewhiteker@skpub.com

Poisoned Pen Press6962 E First Avenue, Suite 103Scottsdale, AZ 85251http://www.poisonedpenpress.com

Robert Rosenwald
robert@poisonedpenpress.com
Focused on quality mystery and detective fiction. For submission guidelines, visit our website.

Bella BooksPO Box 10543Tallahassee, FL 32302(800) 729-4992http://www.bellabooks.com

Linda Hill
linda@bellabooks.com

Sharon Silvas
sharon@bellabooks.com

Katherine Hovis
katherine@bellabooks.com

Holloway House Books8060 Melrose AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90046http://www.hollowayhousebooks.com

info@psiemail.com

High Country Publishers197 New Market Center, Suite 135Boone, NC 28607http://highcountrypublishers.com

Robert Ingalls
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

Barbara Ingalls
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

Judith Geary
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

McPherson & Co.PO Box 1126Kingston, NYhttp://www.mcphersonco.com

Bruce McPherson
bmcpher@ulster.net

Hay House, Inc.P.O. Box 5100Carlsbad, CA 92018-5100http://www.hayhouse.com

Louise L. Hay
admin@hayhouse.com

Shannon Littrell
slittrell@hayhouse.com

Second Story Books591 63rd StreetOakland, CA 94609http://www.2ndstorybooks.com

Mary Burger
mburger@macromedia.com

Vertical, Inc.257 Park Avenue South, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10010http://www.vertical-inc.com

Ioannis Mentzas
Editorial Director
mentzas@vertical-inc.com

Shambhala Publications, Inc300 Massachusetts AvenueBoston, MA 02115http://www.shambhala.com

Beth Frankl
Editor
editors@shambhala.com

Leaping Dog PressPO Box 222605Chantilly, VA 20153http://www.leapingdogpress.com

Jordan Jones
editor@leapingdogpress.com

BenBella Books6440 North Central Expressway, Ste. 508Dallas, TX 75206http://www.benbellabooks.com

Glenn Yeffeth
CEO, Publisher
glenn@benbellabooks.com

Shanna Caughey
Editor
shanna@benbellabooks.com

Spectacular Books592 Henry Street, #GF1Brooklyn, NY 11231http://www.spectacularbooks.com

Katherine Lederer
katy@bway.net

Rockport Publishers33 Commercial StreetGloucester, MA 01930(978) 282-9590http://www.rockpub.com

Mary Ann Hall, Senior Acquiring Editor
(Interior Design, Fine Art and Crafts, Illustrated Reference Home, Lifestyle, and Hobby)
maryann@rockpub.com

Kristin Ellison, Senior Acquiring Editor
(Graphic Design)
kellison@rockpub.com
Our editors are constantly looking for the newest and most noteworthy trends in the design industry as well as keeping abreast of the best work being done in the traditional areas of commercial design and art. Our editorial vision in combination with outstanding design and production standards make Rockport's books not only objects to admire, but also essential tools for the working designer and artist.

The Smith69 Joralemon StreetBrooklyn, NY 11201http://users.aol.com/thesmith1

Harry Smith
thesmith1@aol.com

Baker Books6030 E. Fulton RoadPO Box 6287Grand Rapids, MI 49516http://www.bakerbooks.com

Don Stephenson
dstephenson@bakerbooks.com

Jennifer Leep
Editor, Baker Book House
jleep@bakerbooks.com

Seven Locks Press3100 W. Warner Ave., #8Santa Ana, CA 92704http://www.sevenlockspublishing.com

James Riordan
Publisher
sevenlocks@aol.com

Orchises PressP.O. Box 20602Alexandria, VA 22320

http://mason.gmu.edu/~rlathbur/index.html

Roger Lathbury
lathbury@gmu.edu
Change to: Orchises Press would prefer not to receive unsolicited submissions. Roger Lathbury, Orchises PressOkey-dokey. Thanks! G.

Hawk Publishing Group7107 S. Yale Avenue, # 345Tulsa OK 74136http://www.hawkpub.com

William Bernhardt
wb@hawkpub.com

Beyond Words Publishing, Inc.20827 N.W. Cornell Road, Suite 500Hillsboro, OR 97124-9808http://www.beyondword.com

Cynthia Black
cynthia@beyondword.com
Please add to your listing of US Editors. We publish 20 books a year and have been in business since 1983. We have 200 books on our backlist.Dear Cynthia: Thanks. I'll include the information you've provided within the next few days. G.

Interlink Publishing Group46 Crosby StreetNorthampton, MA 01060http://www.interlinkbooks.com

Michel Moushabeck
michel@interlinkbooks.com

Mannie Dalton
info@interlinkbooks.com

Pam Thompson
editor@interlinkbooks.com

NBM Publishing555 8th Avenue, Suite 1202New York, NY 10018http://www.nbmpub.com

Thierry Nantier
nantier@nbmpub.com

Tyndale House Publishers351 Executive DriveCarol Stream, IL 60188http://www.tyndale.com

Bill Noller
won@tyndale.com

Alyson Publications Inc.6922 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 1000Los Angeles, CA 90028http://www.alyson.com

Greg Constant
mail@alyson.com

Holmes & Meier Publishers160 Broadway, East BuildingNew York, NY 10038http://www.holmesandmeier.com

Miriam Holmes
info@holmesandmeier.com

Station Hill PressStation Hill RoadBarrytown, NY 12507 USAhttp://www.stationhill.org

George Quasha
publishers@stationhill.org

Susan Quasha
publishers@stationhill.org

New Leaf PressP.O. Box 361240Los Angeles, CA 90036http://www.newleafpress.com

Allegra Yust
allegra@newleafpress.com

Story Line PressThree Oaks FarmPO Box 1240Ashland, OR 97520http://www.storylinepress.com

Mark Jarman
mail@storylinepress.com

Robert McDowell
mail@storylinepress.com

Kristin DeSmith
mail@storylinepress.com

Champion Press, Ltd.8689 N. Port Washington Rd., #329Milwaukee WI 53217http://www.championpress.com

Brook Noel
Editor and Publisher
info@championpress.com

The Arion Press1802 Hays Street, The PresidioSan Francisco, California 94129http://www.arionpress.com

Andrew Hoyem
arionpress@arionpress.com

The Francis PressP. O. Box 11491Washington, DC 20008http://www.francispress.com

Talton F. Ray
Publisher & Editor
tfray@mindspring.com

The Toby PressPO Box 8531New Milford, CT 06776http://www.tobypress.com

Matthew Miller
Publisher
editorial@tobypress.com

Ronin PublishingPO Box 22900Oakland, CA 94609http://www.roninpub.com

Beverly Potter
Publisher
info@roninpub.com
We're interested in expanding our "Fringe" list. We just signed Loyd Auerbach, world's number one ghost hunter for GHOSTHUNTING: HOW TO INVESTIGATE THE PARANORMAL. In this list we include UFOs, Crop Circles and Robert Anton Wilson. We're especially interested in known authors with out of print books that can be reconfigured into new shorter, multiple volumes. We're also interested in 20th Century Masters, whose work leads itself for a Ronin-type internet-age repackaging/editing. We've created several new Timothy Leary books from all writings and more to come. We also are morphing PROGRAMING THE HUMAN BIOCOMPUTER by John C. Lilly, M.D into a new 21st CENTURY style. We're also interested in known authors with out of print books that can be reconfigured for our "Life Skills with Attitude!" list. Thanks for the listing. It's super. Good luck with this. Beverly Potter, Publisher, RONINDear Beverly: The Leary stuff and Lilly stuff should be slick. Those were the days. I've got the best acid chapter ever written in my forthcoming book called GINNY GOOD. Thanks for the updates, I'll fix things. G.

Daniel & Daniel Publishers, Inc.P.O. Box 21922Santa Barbara, CA 93121http://www.danielpublishing.com

Susan Daniel
dandd@danielpublishing.com

John Daniel
dandd@danielpublishing.com

Rizzoli/Universe International Publications300 Park Avenue South, 3rd FloorNew York, NY 10010http://www.rizzoliusa.com

John Deen
jdeen@rizzoliusa.com

Publications International, Ltd.7373 N. Cicero Ave.Lincolnwood, IL 60712http://www.pubint.com

Lou Weber
lweber@pubint.com

Beagle Bay Books3040 June Meadows Rd.Reno, NV 89509http://www.beaglebay.com

Jacqueline Church Simonds
info@beaglebay.com

Helm Publishing3923 Seward Ave.Rockford, IL 61108http://www.publishersdrive.com

Dianne Helm
dianne@publishersdrive.com
Thank you for listing my publishing company. I appreciate any word on where Helm Publishing can be found. I'm conducting writer workshops and it is nice to redirect authors and aspiring authors to your on-line site. Best, Dianne Helm, CEO, Helm PublishingHey, Dianne, I just found you guys a month or so ago, I have no idea where, but I noticed that you were in Rockford, IL. I've never been there, but I located one of my books in Rockford and gave the main character a Firebird to drive because of the old TV show The Rockford Files. Then I had to look at maps of the area and included the nuclear plant in Bryon. It was fun to make up a whole town, whether I got it even close to right or not, I do not know. Here's the first few chapters:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/awsyn.htmlTell anyone you want about my little website. Thanks. G.

Common Courage Press1 Red Barn RoadMonroe, ME 04951http://commoncouragepress.com

Greg Bates
gbates@commoncouragepress.com

Addicus BooksPO Box 45327Omaha, NE 68145http://addicusbooks.com

Rod Colvin
info@addicusbooks.com

Suspect Thoughts Press2215-R Market Street, PMB #544San Francisco, CA 94114http://www.suspectthoughts.com

Gregory Wharton
gregw@suspectthoughts.com

Domhan Books9511 Shore Road, Suite 514Brooklyn, NY 11209http://www.domhanbooks.com

Siobhan McNalley
domhan@att.net

Winterwolf PublishingP.O. Box 1373Westerville, OH 43086http://www.winterwolfpublishing.com

Kevin Grover
kevin@winterwolfpublishing.com

Paula Mangino
paula@winterwolfpublishing.com

Ten Speed PressP.O. Box 7123Berkeley, CA 94707(510) 559-1600http://www.tenspeed.com

Lorena Jones
lorena@tenspeed.com

Scarlett, Oh! PublishingPO Box 6584Villa Park, IL 60181http://www.wordcrafting.com

Chris Santilli
books@wordcrafting.com
Hi Gerard, Scarlett, Oh! Publishing only publishes nudist travel books about such subjects as the Jamaican resort Hedonism II or the French all-naturist town of Cap d'Agde. Just letting you know because we receive manuscript ideas that aren't in our genre so you may want to post this information to your Section III near our name on your website. Regards, Chris Santilli, PrincipalHey, Chris, I'll say what you said. I don't want to take your company off my little list though, 'cause I like its name and I like inclusivity and I like diversity...and whimsy, and even a little hedonism here and there, like in moderation. Thanks. G.

Edwin Mellen PressP.O. Box 450Lewiston, NY 14092http://www.mellenpress.com

Dr. John Rupnow
jrupnow@mellenpress.com

Hannacroix Creek Books1127 High Ridge Rd., Suite 110BStamford, CT 06905http://www.hannacroixcreekbooks.com

Jan Yager
hannacroix@aol.com

Down East Books & Countrysport PressP.O. Box 679Camden, Maine 04843http://downeastbooks.comhttp://countrysportpress.com

Michael Steere
Acquisitions Editor, Down East Books
msteere@downeast.com

Whitston Publishing Company1717 Central Avenue, Suite 201Albany, NY 12205http://www.whitston.com

Michael Laddin
whitston@capital.net

Medallion Press, Inc.27825 N. Forest Garden RoadWauconda, IL 60084http://www.medallionpress.com

Leslie Burbank
leslie@medallionpress.com
Dear Mr. Jones, Thanks so much for including Medallion Press, Inc., in your list. You have quite a project with the Everyone...site. I'd like to make note of a few things if I may...We are acquiring both agented and unagented fiction for adults and young adults. A snail mail query, synopsis and first three CONSECUTIVE chapters to Wendy Burbank at the address listed on your site. No e-mail queries, please. Good luck with your own projects and thanks again for including us.Hey, Leslie, thanks. I'll try to encapsulate what you said but your website seems to speak for itself. G.http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other1.html

Wendy Burbank
wendy@medallionpress.com

Full Moon Publishing LLCPO Box 408Schererville, IN 46375http://fullmoonpub.com

Dee Holder
fullmoonpub@sbcglobal.net

New Leaf BooksP.O. Box 6992Villa Park, IL 60181http://www.newleafbooks.net

Teresa Basile
submit@newleafbooks.net

Meisha Merlin PublishingPO Box 7Decatur, GA 30031http://www.meishamerlin.com

Stephen Pagel
email@meishamerlin.com

The Creativity Group65 Macedonia RoadAlexander, NC 28701http://www.abooks.com

Ralph Roberts
ralph@abooks.com

Simon & Schuster1230 Avenue of the AmericasNew York, NY 10020(Scribner, Simon & Schuster, Pocket Books, Kaplan, Atria Books, Simon & Schuster Trade Paperback, Pimsleur, Touchstone/Fireside, The Free Press)http://simonandschuster.com

Jack Romanos
President, Chief Executive Officer
jack.romanos@simonandschuster.com

Carolyn K. Reidy
President, Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
carolyn.reidy@simonandschuster.com
Dear Gerard: I do not buy or edit books in my current job. I'd suggest you have your synopsis or manuscript submitted to an editor at one of Simon and Schuster's imprints. Carolyn Reidy

David Rosenthal
EVP and Publisher, Simon & Schuster
david.rosenthal@simonandschuster.com

Susan Moldow
EVP and Publisher, Scribner
susan.moldow@simonandschuster.com

Martha Levin
EVP and Publisher, Free Press
martha.levin@simonandschuster.com

Judith Curr
EVP and Publisher, Atria
judith.curr@simonandschuster.com
Dear Gerard, Thanks for the opportunity to read the synopsis for Ophra Wimsfree & The Mayonnaise Man which Judith Curr passed along to me. I'm sorry to report that this doesn't seem like a project that would fit on our commercial list. I wish you the best of luck finding a publishing home for your novel. All best, Renee Brown, Assistant to Judith CurrDear Gerard, Please note that Judith Curr's e-mail address should be removed from this list of publishers. You may also want to note that Atria Books does not accept unsolicited (unagented) submissions. Thank you, Samantha Martin, Atria Books, Publisher's OfficeDear Samantha: Thanks. I'll pass that information along. G.

Louise Burke
EVP and Publisher, Pocket Books
louise.burke@simonandschuster.com
Gerald, Thank you for considering Louise for this project but she would prefer not to be included. However, we do wish you success in your endeavors. Brigitte SmithIf people ask not to be included, you should honor their request.Dear Louise Burke: Please refer to my inclusion policy here:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/about.htmlTo save you from reading the whole thing, the policy is in the last paragraph. I'm sorry to have to include you but I need to include "everyone" or it won't be the way I want it to be. You're welcome to say anything you want to say, and I will pass it along. I have included the information that you do not wish to be included, for example. It's a matter of public record, however, that you are who you are and work where you work. Res ipsa loquitur, that's what I always say. Oh, and there's an even more detailed explanation here:http://www.mobylives.com/Jones_EWA.htmlThanks again. G.

Mark A. Gompertz
EVP and Publisher, Fireside/Touchstone
mark.gompertz@simonandschuster.com

Mary Matilin
Publisher, Imprint to be Named Later
mary.matilin@simonandschuster.com

Chris Lynch
EVP, Publisher, Simon & Schuster Audio
chris.lynch@simonandschuster.com

Kate Tentler
VP, Simon & Schuster Online
kate.tentler@simonandschuster.com

Adam Rothberg
VP, Corporate Communications
adam.rothberg@simonandschuster.com
Dear Mr. Jones, At least 4 S&S execs have forwarded your query to me. Please direct all your information gathering towards this office, and we will decide the extent of our participation. Thanks, Adam RothbergDear Mr. Rothberg: I've already directed all the queries I'm going to direct to those editors and S&S executives I was able to identify. My letter was self-explanatory. Those who wish to include comments about himself or herself and/or his or her interests are welcome to do so and I will faithfully and accurately record those comments on the website and in the book. Those who do not wish to respond will not respond and that will be their response. When and if I identify other S&S editors or executives, I will send them a similar query and get whatever response or lack of response I may get. It's not that big a deal. If an editor or executive doesn't have anything to say it seems simple enough to me to just not say anything. Thanks. G.

Alice Mayhew
Editorial Director, Simon & Schuster
alice.mayhew@simonandschuster.com

Michael Korda
Editor-in-Chief
michael.korda@simonandschuster.com

Emily Bestler
Editorial Director, Pocket Books
emily.bestler@simonandschuster.com

Dominick Anfuso
Editorial Director, The Free Press
dominick.anfuso@simonandschuster.com

Nan Graham
Editor-in-Chief, Scribner
nan.graham@simonandschuster.com

Johanna Castillo
Publisher, Atria, Imprint to be Named Later
johanna.castillo@simonandschuster.com

Fred Hills
VP, Senior Editor, Free Press
fred.hills@simonandschuster.com

Greer Kessel Hendricks
VP, Senior Editor, Atria
greer.hendricks@simonandschuster.com

Maggie Crawford
Editorial Director, Pocket Books
maggie.crawford@simonandschuster.com

Nancy Hancock
Senior Editor, Touchstone Fireside
nancy.hancock@simonandschuster.com

Roz Lippel
roz.lippel@simonandschuster.com

Liate Stehlik
VP, Associate Publisher, Pocket Books, MTV/VH1
liate.stehlik@simonandschuster.com

Claire Israel
Director, Electronic Publishing
claire.israel@simonandschuster.com

Geoff Kloske
Executive Editor
geoff.kloske@simonandschuster.com

Colin Harrison
Executive Editor, Scribner
colin.harrison@simonandschuster.com

Karen Wojtyla
Executive Editor, McElderry Books
karen.wojtyla@simonandschuster.com

Marysue Rucci
marysue.rucci@simonandschuster.com

Amy Scheibe
Senior Editor, The Free Press
amy.scheibe@simonandschuster.com

Lauren McKenna
Editor, Pocket Books, Downtown Press
lauren.mckenna@simonandschuster.com
My boss, Lauren McKenna, Asked me to e-mail you her bio to add to the page. Deirdre Dore, Assistant Editor, Pocket BooksDear Deirdre: Tell your boss, Lauren McKenna, I said thanks--her bio was perfect; succinct; just right. Say something about yourself and I'll put you in there too. Thanks again. G.Lauren McKenna started her publishing career at Pocket Books and has been there for the past six years. During that time she has worked on almost every aspect of mass-market publishing, including Romance, Westerns, Thrillers, Horror, Erotica, General Fiction, and even some Non-Fiction, especially pop-culture. She is always looking for new names and is especially excited about working on MTV Books and Pocket's new Downtown Press line. Some of her current projects include sexy Regency historical romances by Liz Carlyle, a non-fiction travel and biography guide to music's 'late and great' called Tombstone Tourists, a new fiction series based on the hit show Queer As Folk, the Sex & the City companion book, the Osbournes companion book, and much more.

Denise Roy
Editor
denise.roy@simonandschuster.com

Alexis Gargagliano
Editor, Scribner
alexis.gargagliano@simonandschuster.com

Brant Rumble
Editor, Scribner
brant.rumble@simonandschuster.com

Amy Pierpont
Editor, Pocket Books, Downtown Press
amy.pierpont@simonandschuster.com

Emily Takoudes
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I don't accept unsolicited email submissions.The vast majority of editors don't even respond to unsolicited email submissions. Thanks. G.So don't send them. It's the moral equivalent of spam. My two cents: get an agent.I like sending them. The publishing industry is the moral equivalent of incest. I've got two books, one fiction and one nonfiction, both of which are better than anything Simon & Schuster has published in the last ten years. Here's the sort of thing agents say. This is from Jody Rein: "I hope you find an agent who understands this book better than I do, and can help you find an enthusiastic publisher. You're a terrific and imaginative writer. Maybe you ought to go straight to Farrar Strauss or Knopf or Susan Kamil at The Dial Press and let the dense agents of more linear and transparent literature be damned." Thanks again. G.Who are you? You must be a virus. I'm deleting your first email. Identify yourself or to hell with your spam.Dear Mitchell: I'm not a virus. Don't be silly. Go read what people say about this website:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/press.htmlThen stick your name in any of the little search thingies scattered about and all will be revealed to you as if by magic. Thanks again. G.It may not be a virus but it's still SCAM. Can't wait till this is illegal.What, pray tell, could possibly be a scam about it? I've come up with a better alternative than the LMP (which costs $389 a year) and I'm giving it away for free. Golly gee. What a scam. It's gotta be a communist plot. Somebody did something nice for a change. The world's gonna fall apart. Or maybe you meant SPAM. Nope. Not that either. Just celebrating the American tradition of free speech and a free press, cracking myself up and providing some insight into the minds of an editor or two at a bunch of big publishing companies. Now, is there anything about yourself or your job that you would like to say? G.Nope.Thot not. G.

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Though your writing effectively captures the chaos and color of the times, I'm afraid I just didn't find myself connecting with the characters. They all seem so fey and mercurial (with the exception of Elliot) that they're a bit hard to understand. There's also a lot of incidental material, e.g. brushes with fame: Gordon Lish, Cassady, etc. that tends to distract from the main story. Bob Bender

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i'd love to see owmm. thanks for remembering. i look forward to the read.Look for it sometime next week. Thanks. Gerard JonesDear Sally: After reading a synopsis, you said you would "love" to see and that you were "looking forward to reading" the above-referenced novel. I sent it to you. Chris Holder returned it to me, unread, along with an enigmatic note about agents. Can't you read whatever you want to read? I'll tell you what. I'll send it to you again. It's gotten even better in the last month and a half. You have any editor, assistant editor, proof reader or unpaid intern read the thing and if he or she doesn't agree that it's better than any book St. Martin's has ever published, I won't trouble you with anything that's not represented by an agent. How about that? What have you got to lose? Not much. What have you got to gain? A lot. Thanks. Gerard Jones.Oh, ps, by the way, I have a narrative non-fiction account of the woman who is documented to have been the first hippie in Haight-Ashbury, available through an agent. Thanks again. G.Mr. Jones, Sally is on vacation, but she asked me to return your manuscript. She gets many queries and in this case, got you confused with someone else. She asked if we had ever seen anything of yours and I explained that you had sent manuscripts in but I always wrote explaining the company policy (all submissions must come through a legitimate literary agent). So good luck to you. Chris Holder, Sally's assistantChris, Just for the record, I never sent you a manuscript prior to this and therefore you never wrote to me explaining the company policy. Wouldn't it be cool to find the best, most widely read book St. Martin's ever published, by accident? How about asking Sally to take a look at it when she gets back from vacation? What the heck? Think outside the lines. She'll thank you. You'll be a hero. The thing's going to sell a million copies. You'll be famous. Ha! Thanks again. G.Mr. Jones, You have submitted to us at least twice before and I've written you our policy on those occasions. And if you never received or kept those letters, you now know what the policy is...agent submissions only. If you have that much faith in your writing, you should be able to get an agent. And you will need an agent to submit to any major publisher. I'm sorry. I know it's frustrating but I do wish you luck. ChrisDear Chris: I know for a total fact I never sent the nonfiction piece to anyone. I turned it over to the agent I mentioned. What she's done with it I do not know, although I'm sure she'd be happy to send it to you. This manuscript, however, I decided to have some fun with and sent out a few query letters on my own. Sally said she wanted to see it. I have no idea why. I took her at her word and sent it to her. Leslie Gelbman asked to see it too. I also have no idea why, but I sent it to her as well. Some agent named Jody Rein had this to say: "What an original romp, though. I hope you find an agnet who understands this book better than I do, and can help you find an enthusiastic publisher. You're a terrific and imaginative writer. Maybe you ought to go straight to Farrar Strauss or Knopf or Susan Kamil at The Dial Press and let the dense agents of more linear and transparent literature be damned." Serendipity's fun. How cool would it be if you guys just broke down and took a look at the thing and it turned out to be all that I say it is? I'm telling you, this book will sell more copies than any book St. Martin's ever published. Wouldn't that be sort of slick? I still simply do not see what you or Sally has to lose by having someone read the thing. Thanks. G.Mr. Jones, You are a riot. If you have an agent, have her send to me. If you do not have an agent and you send your manuscript, it will be returned to you with yet another letter stating our company policy. Happy Fourth of July! ChrisChris, Did I mention Pulitzer Prize? National Book Award? Is that Booker thing open to Americans yet? Okay, if it is, throw Booker Prize in there too. I'll have my agent send you GINNY GOOD. We can do a two book deal. You can be the first publishing house to have the same author win all those prizes for both fiction and nonfiction in the same year. Ha! Happy Fourth of July to you too. G.Gerry (can I call you Gerry?), If you had an agent this whole time, why did you torture me?Chris, Totally call me Gerry, sure. Or Ger. Or G. I don't have an agent for THIS book. I have an agent for the other book. I wanted to try selling this book on my own 'cause I like to try to do impossible things. Do you want me to have my agent send you the other book? Sorry about the torture, but I wasn't being duplicitous in any way. They're both extraordinarily good books. One has an agent. The other doesn't. Does that make sense? Thanks. G.Hi Gerry. Sally would prefer not to be listed in your book. She appreciates it, but we are listed in the Literary Market Partners and that is fine for her and St. Martin's. And if you want your agent to send us your manuscript, that is fine. But only if it comes through an agent, per our submission policy. Remember? Take care. ChrisHey, Chris: I so remember your submission policy, yes; boy, do I ever. It's branded into my forehead backwards so I can read it in the mirror every morning. Thanks. G.

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Dear Mr. Jones, I'd rather not be included in the book, but thanks for the invitation. Sincerely, George Witte

Charles Spicer
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Dear Gerald, Charles Spicer asked me to email you with regards to seeing the fiction ms. listed below. You can send it to Charles Spicer, Executive Editor, 175 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10010. Thank you. Best, Joshua Rivkin, Assistant EditorDear Joshua: Okey dokey, look for it toward the end of the week. Thanks. G.Dear Charles: In an email, Joshua Rivkin said you wanted to see the above-referenced novel. Here it is. The cool thing about you asking to see it is that Eric Simonoff at Janklow & Nesbit mentioned that Steven J. Cannell was one of his clients and I based this whole huge book in Rockford, Illinois and gave the main character a Firebird because my father and I used to watch The Rockford Files together. You will notice that some chapters have a different title. That's because I'm redoing the whole thing and didn't want to print the whole thing out again until I've finished the final edit. You should be able to get a pretty good idea from this whether you want to pursue it or not. I'm also sending it to Richard Morris at J&L, but have no idea whether he's going to want to represent it. He's liked what he's seen so far, however. Thanks again. Gerard JonesUpdates:Oh, and, Charles, ps, by the way, six months ago, at your request, I sent you a copy of ASTRAL WEEKEND. Have you read it yet? Do you want to make an offer on it? Six months is quite awhile, but if you need more time to decide perhaps you could give me a sort of interim status report. Thanks. G.I'm still waiting to hear from you regarding the book you asked me to send you a year ago. Any news yet? Doesn't it seem a trifle rude to ignore one polite request after another for over a year? It does to me. Thanks again. G.Dear Mr. Jones: Charles Spicer asked me to write to you regarding ASTRAL WEEKEND. Many thanks for letting us see it! Unfortunately, while the story is interesting and very well written, this project just isn't right for our list at this time. I'm returning it herewith. Thanks again for letting us see this, and best of luck selling it elsewhere! Regards, Dan Rosenberg, Editorial AssistantDear Charles: One of your assistants finally returned ASTRAL WEEKEND after thirteen months. Thanks! I'm surprised and honored that the guy who edits Stephen Coonts thought my work was interesting and very well written! That's high praise indeed! I also very much appreciate that it took so long to decide that the project wasn't right for your list at this time, but take heart! During the thirteen months you had the manuscript I've made some changes which are sure to meet with you approval! In the newer version Amy Fisher, Susan Smith and Andrea Yates form a cyberspace sex cult and worship...guess who? Robert Blake! Ha! How about them apples? Wanna see it? Better hurry, though; I don't think it's gonna be available for another thirteen months. Great editors have a way of discerning great literature when they see it. In fifty years your great-grandchildren will remember you with pride as the guy who bought one of the books I wrote. Unfortunately, if you don't buy it, they won't remember you at all. Thanks again! All best! G.

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Nonfiction, including Double Deal by Michael Corbitt, The Way You Wear Your Hat by Bill Zehme, A Different Drummer by Mike Deaver and Fire Lover by Joseph Wambaugh. Forthcoming are such titles as Excuse Me While I Whip This Out by Kinky Friedman and Ugly Americans by Ben Mezrich.

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Dear Gerard, Thank you for the proposal. Ultimately I am not interested in pursuing this project, and I wish you the best of luck in finding a good home for it. Sincerely, Diana Gill

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Thank you for the opportunity to consider your submission. Regretfully, I am acquiring single title romances for Avon Books and your proposal does not meet my publishing needs.

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Not for me. But thanks for writing.

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Sorry. Probably not for me. But if you're going to send queries by e-mail, most editors want to know who you are and what you've published. CHSProbably not for you? Want me to send you a couple chapters so you can be sure? Take a flyer, what the heck. Thanks. G.First, who are you?My name is Gerard Jones. You read an earlier book of mine which is now with an agent. You liked it. Here's the first chapter of the current book. Judge for yourself who I am. Thanks. G.AW SynopsisNice and peppy, but not for me. If you have an agent, you should be submitting through him/her. I hope you realize there would be hefty permissions for the lyrics. Your word discrete should actually be discreet. Good luck [Smith, Carol]Wow. You are sooo right about discreet. I'm amazed. Thank you. Bet you can't find any other thing wrong with the whole manuscript. Wanna bet? Thanks. G.

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I am not going to make an offer to publish GINNY GOOD. There are times when your manuscript feels dead accurate to the times you describe, and some of it is truly quite funny. But the tone of the manuscript gets a bit wearing after awhile. There's a whine underneath the writing that keeps the reader from fully indulging in the work. Amy CherryNot for me, especially as I'm cutting way back on the amount of fiction I acquire. Amy CherryOkey dokey, anyone else around there I should send it to? Thanks. G.Doesn't seem like a Norton book. Can't think of an editor here for it. Amy Cherry

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I think the novel is skillfully done, but I wasn't won over. It felt too much like a performance for my taste. Paul ElieDear Mr. Jones, This synopsis really swings, but I don't see the book as one for us. Best of luck with it elsewhere. Paul Elie, Editor, F S GOh, heck. Thanks anyway. If you change your mind and want to see a few chapters, let me know. G.Nonfiction, especially of a literary nature; fiction, especially translated fiction and foreign fiction in English; special interest in religion.

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Dear Gerard, I am responding on behalf of John Sterling, President and Publisher of Henry Holt and Company. Our website is www.henryholt.com. Yours, Marcy BellerDear Marcy: Thanks. It's a work in progress. Every little bit helps. I'll let you know when the site's up and running. G.

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The focus here is on literary quality and ideas that stand a chance of lasting beyond the season's fashions—Jack MacraeDear Jack: A man after my own heart. That's the focus here, as well. My books are still going to be being read long after all the agents and editors who dissed them are dead, although the only one I've sold so far is GINNY GOOD which is coming out in Spring 2004. Thanks again. G.

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I'd look at the masterpiece if it is a masterpiece, antonDear Anton: It's a total masterpiece. I'm sending it today to Fred Ramey, Charles Spicer and Richard Morris at Janklow & Nesbit. It's gonna be a tricky book to publish however. The main character has a fantasy during a seizure caused by a giant brain aneurysm which includes Oprah Winfrey. People are afraid of offending her. If you want to see a little of my literary roots, here's an old version of another book I wrote: Oops, forget it, got sold, but you can still check it out here:GG SynopsisHere's a synopsis of the new book. It's called ASTRAL WEEKEND. If you still want to see it after you've read the synopsis, let me know and I'll get another copy made today. Thanks. G.AW SynopsisDear Anton: Wow. I just read your declaration in support of publishing The Wind Done Gone. You're a heavy-duty guy. I'd love to send you my book. I hope you still want to see it after you've read the synopsis, 'cause the synopsis don't do it justice. Thanks again. G.

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AOL Time Warner Book Group1271 Avenue of the AmericasNew York, NY 10020(Little, Brown and Company, Bulfinch Press, Back Bay Books, Warner Books)http://www.twbookmark.com

David Young, CEO
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Maureen Egen
President, COO
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Michael Pietsch
Publisher, Little, Brown and Co.
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Jamie Raab
Publisher, Warner Books
jamie.raab@twbg.com
Dear Mr. Jones: Thanks very much for querying me, but I don't think the novel described below is for me. JamieDear Jamie: You don't "think" it's for you? You want to see a few chapters so you will know for sure? Thanks. G.

Jonathan Karp
Editor-in-Chief, Warner Twelve
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Beth DeGuzman
Editorial Director, Warner Books
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Reagan Arthur
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Geoff Shandler
Editor-in-Chief, Little, Brown
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Tracy Behar
Executive Editor, Little, Brown
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Rick Wolff
VP, Executive Editor, Warner Books
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Emi Battaglia, Associate Publisher, Warner Books
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Pat Strachan
Senior Editor, Little, Brown
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Jill Cohen
Publisher, Bulfinch
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Jaime Levine
Editor, Warner Aspect
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Karen Kosztolnyik (see more)
Senior Editor, Warner Books
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Emily Griffin
Editor, Warner Books
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Rebecca Isenberg
Editor, Warner Books
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Chip MacGregor
Associate Publisher, Warner Faith
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Chris Min Park,
Senior Editor, Center Street
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Daniel Rosen
Editor, Warner Books
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Jason Pinter
Editor, Warner Books
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Leila Porteous
Editor, Warner Wellness
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Natalie Kaire
Editor, Warner Wellness
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Michele Bidelspach
Editor, Warner Forever
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Melanie Murray
Editor, Warner Forever
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Kristen Weber
Editorial Director, Mysterious Press
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Andrea Girolamo
Editor, Mysterious Press AND Warner Books
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Terry Adams
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Les Pockell
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Colin Fox
Editor, Warner Books
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Amy Einhorn
Senior Editor, Warner Books
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Judy Clain
Senior Editor, Little Brown & Co.
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Diana Baroni
Senior Editor
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Devi Pillai
Editor, Warner Aspect
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Asya Muchnick
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Molly Messick
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Jim Schiff
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Molly Messick
molly.messick@twbg.com

Zainab Zakari
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Grove/Atlantic, Inc.841 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003http://www.groveatlantic.com

Morgan Entrekin
mentrekin@groveatlantic.com

Joan Bingham
jbingham@groveatlantic.com

Elisabeth Schmitz
eschmitz@groveatlantic.com

Daniel Maurer
Assistant Editor
dmaurer@groveatlantic.com

Hyperion Books77 West 66th StreetNew York, NY 10023http://www.hyperionbooks.com

Robert S. Miller
President, Hyperion
robert.s.miller@abc.com
I was forwarded the e-mail you sent to Bob Miller at Hyperion and can direct you to the Literary Marketplace directory (found at any library) for a complete listing of most of the people you're trying to get the names for. I hope you find this helpful. Katie Long, Director of Publicity, Hyperion Books

Ellen Archer
Vice President, Publisher
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Will Schwalbe
Vice President, Editor-in-Chief
will.schwalbe@abc.com

Leslie Wells
Executive Editor
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Peternelle van Arsdale
Executive Editor
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Bill Strachan
Executive Editor, Hyperion
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Gretchen Young
Executive Editor
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Mary Ellen O'Neill
Executive Editor
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Jane Comins
Associate Publisher, Trade Paperbacks
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Kelly Notaras
Senior Editor
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Alessandra Balzer
Editor
alessandra.balzer@disney.com

Wendy Lefkon
Editor, Hyperion-Disney
wendy.lefkon@disney.com

Jill Sansone
Hyperion Rights Department
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Ruth Curry
ruth.curry@abc.com

Jody Revenson
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Niel Vuolo
niel.vuolo@disney.com

Margaret Cardillo
margaret.cardillo@disney.com

Miramax Books11 Beach StreetNew York, NY 10013http://www.hyperionbooks.comhttp://www.miramax.com

Rob Weisbach
President, CEO
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Judy Hottensen, Publisher
judy.hottensen@miramax.com

Kristin Powers
Director
kristin.powers@miramax.com

Gemma O'Brien
gemma.obrien@miramax.com

Avalon Publishing Group1400 65th Street, Ste. 250Emeryville, CA 94608245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300(Carroll & Graf; Thunder's Mouth Press; NationBooks; Shoemaker & Hoard; Marlowe and Company; Seal Press)http://www.avalonpub.com

Susan Reich
COO, Avalon Publishing Group
susan.reich@avalonpub.com

Philip Turner
Senior Director, Avalon Group
philip.turner@avalonpub.com

Keith Wallman
keith.wallman@avalonpub.com

Carroll & Graf Publishers245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300http://www.carrollandgraf.com

Will Balliett, Publisher
will.balliett@avalonpub.com
Dear Will Balliett: Neil Ortenberg suggested I send you one of my novels. Here are the first fifty pages of several books I currently have on offer:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other.htmlIf you want to see the rest of any of them, let me know. Thanks. Gerard Jones

Philip Turner
Editor-in-Chief
philip.turner@avalonpub.com

Herman Graf
Editor-at-Large
herman.graf@avalonpub.com

Keith Wallman, Associate Editor
keith.wallman@avalonpub.com

Thunder's Mouth Press245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300http://www.thundersmouth.com

John G. H. Oakes
Publisher, Thunder's Mouth Press
john.oakes@avalonpub.com

Jofie Ferrari-Adler
Editor
jofie.ferrari-adler@avalonpub.com

NationBooks33 Irving Place, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10003http://www.nationbooks.org

John G. H. Oakes
Co-Publisher
john.oakes@avalonpub.com

Carl Bromley
Co-Publisher
carlb@thenation.com
...had no idea i was listed but I love the site! CARL BROMLEY, EDITORIAL DIRECTORAre you anyone? Then you're listed. Spread it around. Thanks. G.

Shoemaker & Hoard3704 Macomb Street, N.W., Suite 4Washington, DC 20016http://www.shoemakerhoard.com

Jack Shoemaker
jshoemaker@shoemakerhoard.com

Trish Hoard
thoard@shoemakerhoard.com

Marlowe & Company245 West 17th Street, 11th Flr.New York, NY 10011-5300http://www.marlowepub.com

Matthew Lore
Vice President, Publisher
Marlowe & Company/Avalon Publishing Group
matthew.lore@avalonpub.com
Marlowe & Company, an imprint of Avalon Publishing Group Incorporated, publishes widely in the areas of health and fitness, food and cooking, psychology and personal growth, religion and spirituality, current affairs, pregnancy and parenting, and folklore and mythology. About fifty books a year are published by the imprint, roughly thirty percent of which are commissioned by the publisher.

Sue McCloskey
sue.mccloskey@avalonpub.com

Peter Jacoby
peter.jacoby@avalonpub.com

Seal Press300 Queen Anne Avenue N., Ste. 375Seattle, WA 98109http://www.sealpress.com

Perseus Books Group387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016(Counterpoint Press; Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Public Affairs, Da Capo Press, Westview Press)http://www.perseusbooksgroup.com

David Steinberger
CEO
david.steinberger@perseusbooks.com

Stephen Bottum
VP, Group Managing Editor

Jack McKeown
jack.mckeown@perseusbooks.com

Carolyn Savarese
Vice President, Rights
carolyn.savarese@perseusbooks.com

Counterpoint Press387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016http://www.counterpointpress.com

William Morrison Garland
Managing Editor
Basic Books, Basic Civitas and Counterpoint.
william.garland@perseusbooks.com

Ellen Garrison
ellen.garrison@perseusbooks.com

Basic Books387 Park Avenue, South, 12th Flr.New York, NY 10016http://www.basicbooks.com

Elizabeth Maguire
VP and Publisher
Basic Books, Counterpoint, Basic Civitas.
liz.maguire@perseusbooks.com

Lara Heimert
Executive Editor
lara.heimert@perseusbooks.com

Jo Ann Miller
Executive Editor
joann.miller@perseusbooks.com

William Frucht
Executive Editor
william.frucht@perseusbooks.com
Dear Mr. Jones: Thanks very much for letting me know about your web site, which I've bookmarked. It was especially instructive to see such an endlessly inventive and lively display of rejection letters. Mine had become rather stale and your site was a real wake-up call. You generally have to be a recognized academic or journalist to publish with Basic Books. We do no fiction (at least not intentionally), though our sister imprint, Counterpoint, does. My own publishing has concentrated in science, economics, law, politics, and international relations. We accept unagented proposals now and then but the author's credentials have to be very good. With best wishes, Bill FruchtDear Bill: I wish everyone in the whole world was exactly like you--charming, candid, informative. Phew. Stevie Smith had a poem where she kept talking about a breath of fresh air. Thanks. G.Dear Gerard: Thanks for your note. I like my comment just the way it is (and am flattered by your posted response). Best wishes, Bill FruchtDear Bill: Thanks. I've started an international good guy movement: "Why can't everyone be just like Bill Frucht?" It's already all the rage in Tibet. G.Dear Gerard: Good to hear from you again. I continue to use your site regularly. It's especially useful for reaching agents who don't bother to put their e-mail addresses on their stationery. The agent listing, by the way, seems to be stronger for fiction than for nonfiction—not surprising given its origin. Some of my favorite people in the agenting world (I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but let it pass) are not here: Susan Rabiner, Rafe Sagalyn, and the Garamond Agency, for instance, all seem to be missing. Congratulations on Ginny Good. I've ordered it from Amazon. Best wishes, BillHey, Bill, Rabiner, Sagalyn & Garamond are all on this page:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/agus3.htmlDo that Cntrl+F thing on that page and type in their names and you go right to them, or use the search thingy at the top of any page for anyone else you're looking for. Glad you got my little book at Amazon. It's totally cheap there now—they'll probably raise the price pretty soon. Hope you like it. Hey, it's nonfiction, by the way, narrative nonfiction, actually, that's what the Library of Congress says. Who am I to disagree? Thanks. G.

Megan Hustad
Editor, Basic Books
megan.hustad@perseusbooks.com

PublicAffairs250 West 57th Street, Suite 1321New York, NY 10107http://www.publicaffairsbooks.com

Peter Osnos
Publisher
peter.osnos@perseusbooks.com

Clive Priddle
Executive Editor
clive.priddle@perseusbooks.com

Lisa Kaufman
VP, Editor, Director of Marketing
lisa.kaufman@perseusbooks.com
Gerard, what an amusing website, so expressive of editors' deep fear of being sucked under by a tidal wave of crap submissions, which may inspire their overwhelmed and bored assistants to resign, whereupon their company will seize the opportunity to reduce headcount. I deeply sympathize. PublicAffairs is a nonfiction publisher specializing in works of journalism, history, biography, memoir, and social criticism, most often by people who are public figures and/or have well-established journalistic credentials. Our books tend to be story-driven (as opposed to research based or service-oriented), highly publicizable, and about subjects of social, historical, cultural, or political significance. "Signature" books include Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage by Chris Drew and Sherry Sontag; The Crisis of Global Capitalism by George Soros; The Tiananmen Papers; Black Mass: The Irish Mob, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal by Gerard O'Neill and Dick Lehr; the 2002 NBCC Award finalist War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning by Chris Hedges; Washington, by Meg Greenfield; and Common Nonsense, by house author Andy Rooney. I tend to acquire fewer of the many politics-oriented books we do and more personal and "character-driven" books—such as a memoir by comedian Richard Lewis about his recovery from addiction, more literary/writerly narratives, like The Cat from Hue: A Vietnam War Story by John Laurence, and investigative journalism with new journalistic voice (Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron by Robert Bryce). I am also interested in the arts and environmental issues. Best of luck, LisaDear Lisa: Candid responses like yours and Bill Frucht's chuckle me out and make this little project worth doing. Thanks. Hey, I just noticed you canceled your Audio Book, COMMON NONSENSE by Andy Rooney. You should replace it with an audio version of my book, GINNY GOOD. I'll read the thing for free and my voice is easily as gravely as his voice. Seriously. My agent sold most of the other rights but she kept the audio rights. She's trying to sell them at this very moment. Send her an e-mail.Laura Strachanalacrity@ix.netcom.comYou think I'm kidding. I'm not. Oh, oh, you should also tell some of the Perseus Book Group guys to buy the rights to this website and make it into a book too. It's really the most comprehensive, up-to-date and "real" listing of all the best literary agents, editors and publishers in the known universe and beyond—in addition to which, it's environmentally safe art. No kidding. Check out the Nettle article in the Reviews Section on this page:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/wps.htmlHe says it's total art. A new form. Ha! And if you need any help marketing any of your books, let me know. Thanks again. G.

Robert Kimzey
Managing Editor
robert.kimzey@perseusbooks.com

Kate Darnton
Senior Editor
kate.darnton@perseusbooks.com

David Patterson
Editor
david.patterson@perseusbooks.com

Da Capo Press11 Cambridge CenterCambridge, MA 02142http://www.dacapopress.com

John Radziewicz
Publisher
(history, literature, film, general nonfiction)
john.radziewicz@perseusbooks.com

Dan O'Neil
Assistant Publisher
(history, biography)
dan.oneil@perseusbooks.com

Fred Francis
Managing Editor
fred.francis@perseusbooks.com

Marnie Cochran
Executive Editor
(health, fitness, pregnancy, parenting)
marnie.cochran@perseusbooks.com

Ben Schafer
Senior Editor
(music, performing arts, popular culture)
ben.schafer@perseusbooks.com

Ingrid Finstuen
Assistant Editor
(popular culture, history, relationships)
ingrid.finstuen@perseusbooks.com

Westview Press5500 Central Ave.Boulder, CO 80301http://www.westviewpress.com

Steve Catalano,
Senior Editor
History, Political Science, International Relations
Area Studies: Europe and Asia
steve.catalano@perseusbooks.com

Jill Rothenberg
Senior Editor
Sociology, Gender Studies, Criminal Justics, Media, Journalism
jill.rothenberg@perseusbooks.com

Karl Yambert
Senior Editor
Anthropology & Archaeology, Environmental Studies
Area Studies: Middle East, Africa, Latin America
karl.yambert@perseusbooks.com

Sarah Warner
Senior Editor
Art & Architecture, Philosophy, Religion
sarah.warner@perseusbooks.com
What a helpful site. Thanks for including my information. I'll have to pass on Ginny Good and the others, but good luck with them. With best wishes, Sarah WarnerHey, Sarah, you can get Ginny Good at Amazon, so you can't really pass on that. Well, you can pass on getting it at Amazon, I guess. I think I am gonna have good luck with the others. Thanks. G.You are funny. Thanks again. With best wishes, swI am. Your boss is soooo nice. You guys sound like the most together publishing company in the whole country. Hey, there's a chapter about Manitou Springs in my book, maybe you'll reconsider. G.

South End Press7 Brookline Street, Suite 1Cambridge MA 02139-4146http://www.southendpress.org

bell hooks
southend@southendpress.org

Urvashi Vaid
southend@southendpress.org

Howard Zinn
southend@southendpress.org

Barbara Ehrenreich
southend@southendpress.org

Manning Marable
southend@southendpress.org

Anthony Arnove
southend@southendpress.org

Melville House PublishingP.O. Box 3278Hoboken, NJ 07030http://melvillehousebooks.com

Dennis Loy Johnson
info@melvillehousebooks.com

Valerie Merians
info@melvillehousebooks.com

Yale University PressP.O. Box 209040New Haven, CT 06520http://www.yale.edu/yup

Chris Rogers
chris.rogers@yale.edu

University of Chicago Press1427 East 60th StreetChicago, IL 60637http://www.press.uchicago.edu

Alan G. Thomas
Editorial Director, Humanities and Sciences
at@press.uchicago.edu

Linda J. Halvorson
Editorial Director, Reference
ljh@press.uchicago.edu

T. David Brent
Executive Editor
Anthropology, Philosophy and Psychology
tdb@press.uchicago.edu
Dear Gerard, I believe this is the first time I've heard of or from you or about EWA. The concept doesn't make a lot of sense to me and I can't imagine where you got your information, especially about the University of Chicago Press. It must be pretty recent since Alex Schwartz has been here only a few months. Anyhow, good luck. David BrentDear David: I add things serendipitously as I come across them, so this may well be the first time you've heard of or from me. I included a link to a chapter by William Germano from his book published by the University of Chicago Press, and voila. The sense it makes to me is that it's a free, easily accessible guide to the US and UK publishing industries. Some people have use for such a thing, lots of people don't. Thanks. G.

Douglas Mitchell
Executive Editor
Sociology and History
dcm@press.uchicago.edu

J. Alex Schwartz
Senior Editor, Law and Economics
jas@press.uchicago.edu

John Tryneski
Editorial Director, Social Sciences and Paperback Publishing
jt@press.uchicago.edu

Robert P. Devens
Associate Editor
American and Regional History
rpd@press.uchicago.edu

Bloomsbury, USA175 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Flr.New York, NYhttp://bloomsburymagazine.com/usa

Karen Rinaldi
Publisher
karen.rinaldi@bloomsburyusa.com

Colin Dickerman
colin.dickerman@bloomsburyusa.com

Brenda Johnson
brenda.johnson@bloomsburyusa.com

Gillian Blake
Editor
gillian.blake@bloomsburyusa.com

Seven Stories Press140 Watts StreetNew York, NY 10013(212) 226-8760http://www.sevenstories.com

Dan Simon, Publisher
dan@sevenstories.com
Dear Mr. Jones, Actually, I think it's good to have it skimpy. Thanks, Dan

Crystal Yakacki
crystal@sevenstories.com

Jessie Kindig
jessie@sevenstories.com

Greg Ruggerio, Senior Editor
greg@sevenstories.com

Tania Ketenjian
tania@sevenstories.com

George Murer
george@sevenstories.com

Kensington Publishing Corp.850 Third AvenueNew York, NY 10022http://www.kensingtonbooks.com

Walter Zacharius
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
wzacharius@kensingtonbooks.com
Dear Gerald Jones, Walter Zacharius has asked me to respond to your recent e-mail regarding your proposed reference work. For information about the Kensington staff, please visit our website. After you have drafted your entry for Kensington, you may send it to me for a final check, if you'd like. Regarding your books, I must say that neither of the books as you describe them sounds like a good match for our list. Since most publishers do not accept unagented submissions, I suggest you start looking for an agent. I wish you the best in finding an enthusiastic response. Thank you for your interest in Kensington. Sincerely, Michaela Hamilton, Editor in ChiefDear Michaela: Here's preliminarily what your entry will look like. When I get the project onto a website I'll let you know. I'm still fiddling with it. The comments of those agents, editors and publishers who responded to my query or who have responded to my queries in the past will be accessible by clicking a "comments" bar under his or her name. For the purposes of this email, however, I'm simply including them. So far I've identified over six hundred individual literary agents and over four hundred editors and publishers, both in the US and the UK, but it's also an ongoing project which I'm sure will, when word gets around, include more and be more valuable and more current than information contained in the Literary Market Place ($389 per year) or any of the other current guides to agents, editors and publishers. Initially I'm going to be offering access to the website at no cost--no advertising, no popups, etc.--and simply asking users to send me whatever money they may care to send.I'm also looking for a publisher who may wish to buy the rights to a companion print version which would be available in book stores or through the website. Such a companion book will be more complete, succinct, honest, useful and entertaining than any of the best selling (and quite profitable) guides which currently exist. If Kensington would be interested in acquiring the rights to such a book, let me know. Thanks again. G.

Steven Zacharius
President and Chief Operating Officer
szacharius@kensingtonbooks.com

Laurie Parkin
Vice President and Publisher
lparkin@kensingtonbooks.com

Michaela Hamilton
Editor-In-Chief
mhamilton@Kensingtonbooks.com
Thrillers, mysteries, mainstream fiction, true crime, current events. Thanks for contacting me, but this would not be a good fit with Kensington's list. Thank you for including Kensington in your reference book.Dear Michaela: Thanks again and you're welcome. G.

Kate Duffy
Editorial Director, Romance and Women's Fiction
kduffy@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, Brava erotic romance, women's contemporary fiction.

Audrey LaFehr
Editorial Director
alafehr@kensingtonbooks.com
Commercial women's fiction and suspense.

John Scognamiglio
Editorial Director, Fiction
jscognamiglio@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, women's contemporary fiction, gay fiction and non-fiction, mysteries, suspense, mainstream fiction.

Karen Thomas
Editorial Director, Dafina/Arabesque
kthomas@kensingtonbooks.com
General fiction and parenting, African-American fiction and non-fiction.

Gene Brissie
Editor-in-Chief, Citadel Press
gbissie@kensingtonbooks.com*

Bob Shuman
Senior Editor, Citadel Press
bshuman@kensingtonbooks.com
Politics, military, wicca, business, Judaica, sports.

Gary Goldstein
Senior Editor
ggoldstein@kensingtonbooks.com
Westerns, true crime, military, sports, how-to, narrative nonfiction

Richard Ember
Editor, Citadel Press
rember@kensingtonbooks.com
Biography, film, sports, New Age, spirituality

Miles Lott
Assistant Editor
mlott@kensingtonbooks.com
Mainstream fiction, thrillers, horror, women's fiction, general non-fiction, popular culture, entertainment

Hilary Sares
Consulting Editor
hsares@kensingtonbooks.com
Historical romance, Regency romance, women's fiction, Brava erotic romance

Jeremie Ruby-Strauss, Senior Editor
jruby_strauss@kensingtonbooks.com

Nicole Bruce, Editorial Assistant, Dafina Books
nbruce@kensingtonbooks.com

Sulay Hernandez, Editorial Assistant
shernandez@kensingtonbooks.com

Justin Hocking, Editorial Assistant
jhocking@kensingtonbooks.com

Steerforth Press25 Lebanon StreetHanover, NH 03755(603) 643-4787http://www.steerforth.com

Alan Lelchuk
alan@steerforth.com*

Michael Moore
michael@steerforth.com*

Thomas Powers
thomas@steerforth.com*

Chip Fleischer
chip@steerforth.com

Kristin Camp Sperber
kristin@steerforth.com*

Peter Holm
peter@steerforth.com*

Roland Pease
roland@steerforth.com*

McGraw Hill BooksTwo Penn Plaza, 5th Flr.New York NY 10121(212) 904-2000http://www.books.mcgraw-hill.com

Judith McCarthy
Executive Editor
judith_mccarthy@mcgraw-hill.com

David R. Godine Publishers9 Hamilton PlaceBoston, MA 02108-4715http://www.godine.com

David R. Godine
info@godine.com

Elsbeth Lindner
info@godine.com

Beacon Press25 Beacon StreetBoston Masssachusetts 02108http://www.beacon.org

Helene Atwan
Director
hatwan@beacon.org

Tom Hallock
Associate Publisher
thallock@beacon.org

Amy Caldwell
Associate Editor
acaldwell@beacon.org

Tracy Ahlquist
tahlquist@beacon.org

Soft Skull Press71 Bond StreetBrooklyn, NY 11217http://www.softskull.com

Richard Eoin Nash
Editor
richard@softskull.com

Kristin Pulkkinen
kristin@softskull.com

Brookline BooksPO Box 97Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464http://www.brooklinebooks.com

Milt Budoff
milt@brooklinebooks.com

Abbeville Press116 W. 23rd St., Suite 500New York, New York 10011http://www.abbeville.com

Robert E. Abrams
Publisher
abbeville@abbeville.com

Susan Costello
Editorial Director
abbeville@abbeville.com

Andrews McMeel Publishing4520 Main StreetKansas City, MO 64111http://www.amuniversal.com/amp

Christine Schillig
Vice President and Editorial Director
cschillig@amuniversal.com

Health Communications, Inc.3201 S.W. 15th StreetDeerfield Beach, Florida 33442http://www.hci-online.com

Peter Vegso
Publisher
peterv@hcibooks.com

Monkfish Book Publishing Company27 Lamoree RoadRhinebeck, NY 12572http://www.monkfishpublishing.com

His Holiness, Paul Cohen
Publisher
Bookcohen@aol.com
The esteemed publisher of GINNY GOOD by the illustrious and occasionally mildly curmudgeonly me. G.

John Wiley & Sons111 River StreetHoboken, NJ 07030-5774(201) 748-6000(Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer)http://www.wiley.com

William J. Pesce, CEO
wpesce@wiley.com

Stephen A. Kippur
skippur@wiley.com

Patrick J. Kelly
pkelly@wiley.com

Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer989 Market StreetSan Francisco, CA 94103(415) 433-1740

Alan Rinzler, Executive Editor
arinzler@wiley.com

Unbridled Books200 North 9th St., Ste. AColumbia, MO 65201(573) 256-41062000 Wadsworth Blvd., Ste. 195Lakewood, CO 80214(303) 506-3622http://www.unbridledbooks.com

Greg Michalson (See more)
michalsong@unbridledbooks.com

Fred Ramey
framey@unbridledbooks.com

Chelsea Green Publishing Company85 North Main St., Ste. 120P.O. Box 428White River Junction, VT 05001(802) 295-6300http://www.chelseagreen.com

Margo Baldwin
President & Publisher
mbaldwin@chelseagreen.com
How do we get our listing updated? It's way out of date. We also just put a book on the NY Times Bestseller List: Read all about it. We have a revitalized editorial program, among other things. Thanks, margoHey, margo, you just tell me what to say and I say it. I moved you up the page a ways, too. Go see. Thanks. G.

John Barstow
Editor-in-Chief
jbarstow@chelseagreen.com

Ben Watson
Senior Editor
bwatson@chelseagreen.com

Jennifer Nix (see more)
Editor-at-Large
jnix@chelseagreen.com

BET Books555 West 57th Street, 11th FloorNew York, NY 10019(Arabesque, Sepia, New Spirit)http://www.bet.com/books/betbooks

Linda Gill
Publisher
linda.gill@bet.net

Glenda Howard
Senior Editor
glenda_howard@yahoo.com

Evette Porter
Editor, Arabesque
evette_porter@yahoo.com

Demetria Lucas
Editor, Arabesque
demetria_lucas@yahoo.com

Allworth Press10 East 23rd Street, Ste. 510New York, NY, 10010http://www.allworth.com

Tad Crawford
Publisher
crawford@allworth.com

Robert A. Porter
Associate Publisher
bporter@allworth.com

Nicole Potter
Senior Editor
npotter@allworth.com

Catbird Press16 Windsor RoadNorth Haven CT 06473http://www.catbirdpress.com

Robert Wechsler
Publisher
catbird@pipeline.com

Persea Books853 Broadway, Suite 604New York, NY 10003http://www.perseabooks.com

Michael Braziller
info@perseabooks.com

Karen Braziller
info@perseabooks.com

Verso Press180 Varick Street, 10th FloorNew York, NY 10014http://www.versobooks.com

versony@versobooks.com
We do not accept unsolicited fiction at all. Also, we are a Leftist publisher so we will not consider a book proposal unless it implicitly or expressly deals with left-leaning politics. Our submission guidelines and company information are on our website. No telephone calls please. Thanks for keeping us on your list.

Louisana State University PressPO Box 25053Baton Rouge, LA 70894http://www.lsu.edu/lsupress/index.html

MaryKatherine Callaway
mkc@lsu.edu

Pushcart PressPO Box 380Wainscott, NY 11975

Bill Henderson
Publisher

Black Classic PressP.O. Box 13414Baltimore, MD 21203http://www.blackclassic.com

W. Paul Coates
bcp@charm.net

Paul Dry Books117 South 17th Street, #1102Philadelphia, PA 19103http://www.pauldrybooks.com

Paul Dry
editor@pauldrybooks.com

The Charles Press Publishers117 South 17th Street, #310Philadelphia PA 19103http://charlespresspub.com

Lauren Meltzer, Publisher
lauren@charlespresspub.com

Watson-Guptill Publications770 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003http://www.watsonguptill.com

Bob Nirkind
Executive Editor
info@watsonguptill.com

Candace Raney
Executive Editor
info@watsonguptill.com

Regnery Publishing, Inc.One Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.Washington, D.C. 20001http://www.regnery.com

Marji Ross
Publisher
mross@eaglepub.com

M. Evans and Company, Inc.216 East 49th StreetNew York, NY 10017http://www.mevans.com

PJ Dempsey
Senior Editor
pdempsey@mevans.com
We have a very eclectic list, but do not publsh narrative nonfiction--no memoirs--unless the author is a celebrity.

Bancroft PressPO Box 65360Baltimore, MD 21209http://www.bancroftpress.com

Bruce L. Bortz
bruceb@bancroftpress.com

BkMk PressUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City5100 Rockhill RoadKansas City, MO 64110-2499http://www.umkc.edu/bkmk

James McKinley
Executive Editor
bkmk@umkc.edu

Ben Furnish
Managing Editor
bkmk@umkc.edu

Rugged Land276 Canal Street, 5th Flr.New York, NY 10013http://www.ruggedland.com

Webster Stone
wstone@ruggedland.com

Chris Min
Associate Editor
cmin@ruggedland.com

Justin, Charles & Company20 Park Plaza, Suite 909Boston, MA 02116http://www.justincharlesbooks.com

Stephen Hull
Publisher
steve@justincharlesbooks.com
Dear Gerard Jones: Thanks for the update. You've clearly put a prodigious amount of effort into Everyone Who's... and I would imagine it's quite a useful tool for some people. Thanks, and best of luck. --sphDear Stephen: I just add stuff as I come across it and rely on kind e-mails like yours to correct what I get wrong. If I'd known it was gonna be so prodigious I never would have done it. Oh, nice website, by the way. Thanks. G.

Kim Hjelmgaard
London Editor
kim@justincharlesbooks.com

Carmen Mitchell
Editor
carmen@justincharlesbooks.com

Cader Books38 E. 29 Street, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10016http://www.caderbooks.com

Michael Cader
michael@caderbooks.com*

Sterling Publishing Company387 Park Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10016http://www.sterlingpub.com

editorial@sterlingpub.com

Andrew Martin, Publisher
amartin@sterlingpub.com

Marcus Leaver, EVP, COO
mleaver@sterlingpub.com

Patricia Gift, Editorial Director
pgift@sterlingpub.com

Karen Nelson, VP, Creative Director
knelson@sterlingpub.com

Julie Trelstad, Executive Editor
jtrelstad@sterlingpub.com

Charles G. Nurnberg
cnurnberg@sterlingpub.com

FC2Department of EnglishFlorida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-1580http://fc2.org

R. M. Berry
fc2@english.fsu.edu

Brenda L. Mills
fc2@english.fsu.edu
Gerard, we specialize in experimental fiction (novels and short fiction). The best place to get an idea of what we do is our website, which also has our submission guidelines. I can't tell enough from what you've said about your books (except that if one really is a memoir we're not interested in that) to know if they're aligned with our leanings. Brenda

Columbia University Press61 W. 62nd StreetNew York, NY 10023(212) 459-0600http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/index.html

Jennifer Crewe
Editorial Director
jc373@columbia.edu

Peter Dimock
Senior Executive Editor
pd304@columbia.edu

Juree Sondker
js2185@columbia.edu

Sourcebooks, Inc.1935 Brookdale Rd., Suite 139Naperville, IL 60563http://www.sourcebooks.com

Dominique Raccah
Publisher
dominique.raccah@sourcebooks.com
Hi Gerard, Just letting you know Marie Macaisa is a project editor with MediaFusion but not an acquiring editor on that line. MediaFusion acquisitions are reviewed by everybody so it's fine to submit to: Acquisitions, MediaFusion. Thanks for the note. And keep up the good work, DominiqueHey, Dominique, got it. I'll fix things. Thanks. You too. G.http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other1.html

Todd Stocke, Editorial Director
todd.stocke@sourcebooks.com

Hillel Black
Editor-in-Chief
hillel.black@sourcebooks.com
hillwen@aol.com

Bethany Brown
Senior Editor
bethany.brown@sourcebooks.com

Marie Macaisa
MediaFusion
info@sourcebooks.com

Peter Lynch
peter.lynch@sourcebooks.com

F+W Publications, Inc.4700 E. Galbraith Rd.Cincinnati, OH 45236(513) 531-2690116 E. 27th StreetNew York, NY 10016http://www.fwpublications.com

Tricia Waddell
Editorial Director, North Light Books
tricia.waddell@fwpubs.com

Lauren Mosko
Editor, Novel & Short Story Writer's Market
lauren.mosko@fwpubs.com
Hey, Lauren, dat's egzactly what updates is for! I'll fix things. Thanks. G.Thank YOU, Gerard. I appreciate your good work. :) Lauren

John F. Blair Publisher1406 Plaza DriveWinston-Salem NC 27103http://www.blairpub.com

Carolyn Sakowski, President
sakowski@blairpub.com*

Steve Kirk, Editor-in-Chief
kirk@blairpub.com*

White PinePO Box 236Buffalo, NY 14201http://www.whitepine.org

Dennis Maloney
wpine@whitepine.org

Workman Publishing Company708 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003http://www.workman.com

Carolan R. Workman
info@workman.com

Chris Pavone, Associate Publisher, Artisan
chris@mail.workman.com

Algonquin Books of Chapel HillP.O. Box 2225Chapel Hill, NC 27515http://www.algonquin.com

Shannon Ravenel (see more)
shannon@mail.workman.com

Chuck Adams
Jack of Everything
chuck@mail.workman.com

Antonia Fusco
antonia@mail.workman.com

Glad Day BooksP.O. Box 112Thetford, VT 05074http://www.gladdaybooks.com

Grace Paley

Robert Nichols

Barricade Books185 Bridge Plaza North, Suite 308-AFort Lee, NJ 07024http://www.barricadebooks.com

Lyle Stuart
lyle@barricadebooks.com
We publish nonfiction only as for example the upcoming Power Beyond Reason which proves that President Johnson while in office was a manic-depressive paranoiac—and his disease kept us in the war in Vietnam and cost thousands of American lives... —lyle stuartDear Lyle: Sounds like a good, eminently believable, book, but let's not forget the two million Vietnamese lives it cost as well. Thanks again. G.

Carole Stuart
cstuart@barricadebooks.com
Dear Gerard Jones: How come I'm not in your directory? I'm Carole Stuart, publisher of Barricade Books and Lyle Stuart is President. If you want more information, let me know and I'll send it. You do want to be completely up to date, right? We've been publishing for nearly 13 years! Carole StuartDear Carole: I had you in there at first, but I couldn't find an e-mail address for you, so I took you out. Anything you want to say I'd be more than happy to put in, sure, as little or as much. Thanks again. G.I'll look it over...I like the information—very helpful. CaroleThanks. Take your time. Hey, your mission is the furtherance of free speech. So is mine. Ha! G.Yes and it's caused us a lot of expensive grief. (See Steve Wynn v. Barricade Books and v. Lyle Stuart.) Anyway....Wow. Oh, thank heaven for actual malice, but I'm sure it cost you a pretty penny nonetheless. Tricky business, this truth telling. The best thing I've got going for me is that I'm judgment proof—when you got nothing you got nothing to lose. You should see what I'm doing with Oprah Winfrey. She's gonna have a cow. I'm absolutely within my rights to use her in the way I do—thanks to Larry Flynt and Jerry Falwell—but still no publisher will touch it with a ten foot pole. That's the main problem with my nonfiction book too. Here's the first couple lines:"I'm using everyone's real name. They can all sue me. I hope they do. I could use the excitement."Update May, 2003: We publish non-fiction like CONVERSATIONS WITH A PEDOPHILE and CELEBRITY LIES as well as a line of gambling books and true crime with a emphasis on mob-related subjects.

Jeff Nordstedt
jeff@barricadebooks.com

Routledge29 West 35 Street, Suite 61New York, NY 10001http://www.routledge-ny.com

George Zimmar
Executive Editor
gzimmar@routledge-ny.com*

Karen Wolny
Publishing Director, Social Sciences
kwolny@routledge-ny.com*

William Germano
Publishing Director, Humanities
wgermano@routledge-ny.com

Dalkey Archive PressCenter for Book CultureISU Campus Box 8905Normal, IL 61790-8905http://www.dalkeyarchive.com

John O'Brien
contact@dalkeyarchive.com

Nathan Furl
nate@centerforbookculture.org

Granary Books, Inc.307 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1401New York, NY 10001http://www.granarybooks.com

Steven Clay
sclay@granarybooks.com

Graywolf Press2402 University Avenue #203Saint Paul, MN 55114http://www.graywolfpress.org

Janna Rademacher
Managing Director
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Katie Dublinski
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Anne Czarniecki
wolves@graywolfpress.org

Ig Publishing178 Clinton AvenueBrooklyn NY 11205http://www.igpub.com

Robert Lasner
igpublishing@earthlink.net
Gerard, Thanks and good luck with your book. Monkfish should be a good home—they are with us on Consortium. thanks, Robert LasnereCool. Consortium ain't exactly Ingram or Baker & Taylor but as soon as all the best books start getting distributed by them they'll be Ingram and Baker & Taylor. Thanks. G.

Newmarket Press18 East 48th Street, 15th Flr.New York, NY 10017(212) 832-3575http://www.newmarketpress.com

Esther Margolis
emargolis@newmarketpress.com

Tracey Bussell
tbussell@newmarketpress.com

Tara Hoffman
thoffman@newmarketpress.com

Contimuum Books15 East 26th St., Ste. 1703New York, NY 10010(212) 953-5858http://www.continuum-books.com

info@continuum-books.com

Frank Oveis, VP, Senior Editor
frank@continuum-books.com

Evander Lomke, VP, Senior Editor
evander@continuum-books.com

David Barker, Acquisitions Editor
david@continuum-books.com

Acorn Alliance549 Old North RoadKingston, RI 02881http://www.moyerbellbooks.com

Britt Bell
mail@moyerbellbooks.com*

Rodale Publishing33 East Minor StreetEmmaus, PA 18098http://www.rodale.com

Ardath Rodale
Chairman
ardath.rodale@rodale.com

Steve Murphy
CEO
steve.murphy@rodale.com

Tami Booth
VP, Editor-in-Chief - Women's Books
tami.booth@rodale.com

David Zinczenko
Editor-in-Chief, Men's Health
david.zinczenko@rodale.com

Cindy Ratzlaff
Associate Publisher, Rodale Trade Books
cindy.ratzlaff@rodale.com

Margot Schupf
Executive Editor, Lifestyle Books
margot.schupf@rodale.com

Leigh Haber
Editor-at-Large
leigh.haber@rodale.com
I am acquiring non fiction--narrative non fiction, memoir, history, biography, popular culture, popular science, journalis, celebrity memoir, up to ten books per year. thanks!I am acquiring non fiction--narrative non fiction, memoir, history, biography, popular culture, popular science, journalis, celebrity memoir, up to ten books per year. thanks!

Miriam Backes
Senior Editor, Cookbooks
miriam.backes@rodale.com

Mariska van Aalst
Editor, Rodale
mariska.vanaalst@rodale.com

Pamela Adler, Editor
pamela.adler@rodale.com

Jackie Dornblaser
jackie.dornblaser@rodale.com

Zach Schisgal, Executive Editor, Men?s Health
zach.schisgal@rodale.com

Lisa Considine, Senior Editor
lisa.considine@rodale.com

Avalon Books160 Madison Avenue, 5th FloorNew York, NY 10016http://www.avalonbooks.com

Erin Cartwright
avalon@avalonbooks.com

Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc.200 Madison Ave., Ste. 2000New York, NY 10016http://www.dorchesterpub.com

Don D'Auria
Executive Editor
ddauria@dorchesterpub.com

Alicia Condon
Editorial Director
acondon@dorchesterpub.com

Chris Keeslar
Senior Editor
ckeeslar@dorchesterpub.com

Harlequin/Silhouette Books300 E. 42nd Street, 6th FloorNew York, NY 10017http://www.eharlequin.com

Loriana Sacilotto
EVP, Global Publishing
loriana_sacilotto@harlequin.ca

Tara Gavin
Editorial Director, Next
tara_gavin@harlequin.ca

Tracy Farrell
Executive Editor
tracy_farrell@harlequin.ca

Leslie Wainger
Executive Editor
leslie_wainger@harlequin.ca

Abby Zidle
Executive Editor, HQN
abby_zidle@harlequin.ca

Mavis Allen
Senior Editor, Steeple Hill
mavis_allen@harlequin.ca

Gail Chasan
Senior Editor
gail_chasan@harlequin.ca

Dianne Moggy
Senior Editor, MIRA
dianne_moggy@harlequin.ca

Brenda Chin
Senior Editor
brenda_chin@harlequin.ca

Melissa Jeglinski
Senior Editor
melissa_jeglinski@harlequin.ca

Ann Leslie Tuttle
Editor, Harlequin
annleslie_tuttle@harlequin.ca

Marsha Zinberg
Editor, Harlequin
marsha_zinberg@harlequin.ca

Birgit Davis-Todd
Editor, Harlequin Blaze
birgit_davis-todd@harlequin.ca

Keyren Gerlach
keyren_gerlach@harlequin.ca

Red Dress Ink233 Broadway, Suite 1001New York NY 10279http://www.reddressink.com

Farrin Jacobs
Associate Editor
farrin_jacobs@harlequin.ca
Hello. Congratulations on the sale of your book. And: I have some corrections for the Red Dress Ink entry on your site. Since we don't currently accept e-mail solicitations, I'm wondering if you could take my e-mail address off of your page. Also, perhaps you could add the following, as I've received a number of e-mail queries that would not even come close to fitting our needs. Thanks much. "Red Dress Ink was launched to provide women with unique and irreverent stories that reflect the lifestyles of today's women. Our authors keep their writing lively and lighthearted. The editorial ranges from edgy to laugh-out-loud funny, and expresses ideas and witty observations from strong, independent voices. The Red Dress Ink imprint is owned by Harlequin Enterprises Limited." All best. Farrin JacobsDear Farrin: I can't take your e-mail address off 'cause the whole thing is essentially an online directory, i.e., I don't put anyone in who doesn't have an e-mail address, but I'd be more than happy to include the information that you don't accept e-mail solicitations and perhaps you might want to tell people how you DO accept solicitations. Thanks again. G.

Kathryn Lye
Editor, Red Dress Ink
kathryn_lye@harlequin.ca

Callaway Editions54 Seventh Avenue SouthNew York, NY 10014http://www.callaway.com

Nicholas Callaway
Publisher
nicholas_callaway@callaway.com

Gival PressPO Box 3812Arlington, VA 22203(703) 351-0079http://www.givalpress.com

Robert Giron
givalpress@yahoo.com

Adams Media Corporation57 Littlefield StreetAvon, MA 02322http://www.adamsmedia.com

Jill Alexander
jalexander@adamsmedia.com

AutonomediaPO Box 568 Williamsburgh StationBrooklyn, NY 11211http://www.autonomedia.org

Jim Fleming
Editor and Publisher
info@autonomedia.org

Hill Street Press191 East Broad Street, Suite 209Athens, Georgia 30601http://www.hillstreetpress.com

Tom Payton
Editor and Publisher
payton@hillstreetpress.com

Judy Long
VP and Editor-in-Chief
long@hillstreetpress.com

Patrick Allen
Senior Editor
allen@hillstreetpress.com

Other Press307 7th Avenue, Suite 1807New York, NY 10001http://www.otherpress.com

Rosemary Ahern
editor@otherpress.com

Daniel Reid, Editor
editor@otherpress.com

Donald M. Grant PublisherPO Box 187, Surrey LaneHampton Falls, NH 03844http://www.grantbooks.com

Robert K. Wiener
kellee@grantbooks.com

Kellee Larson
kellee@grantbooks.com

Mercury HousePO Box 192850San Francisco, CA 94119http://www.mercuryhouse.org

Kirsten Janene-Nelson
Executive Director
mercury@mercuryhouse.org

Brook Street PressP.O. Box 812413Wellesley, MA 02482http://www.brookstreetpress.com

James Pannell
jpannell@brookstreetpress.com

Cadmus EditionsPO Box 126Tiburon-Belvedere, CA 94920http://www.cadmus-editions.com

Jeffrey Miller
cebiz@cadmus-editions.com

Salvo PressPO Box 9095Bend, OR 97708http://www.salvopress.com

Scott Schmidt
publisher@salvopress.com

Guilford Publications72 Spring StreetNew York, NY 10012http://www.guilford.com

Seymour Weingarten
Editor-in-Chief
seymour.weingarten@guilford.com

Kathryn Moore
Executive Editor
kathryn.moore@guilford.com

Blue Collar BooksPO Box 40117Washington, DC 20016http://www.bluecollarbooks.com

editor@bluecollarbooks.com

AK Press674-A 23rd StreetOakland, CA 94612http://www.akpress.org

Rachael Rakes, Publisher
rachael@akpress.org

Leftist Nonfiction. Journalism. Radical Classics. Hobo Memoir.Hobo Memoir, my favorite. Thanks. I'll fix things. G.

Tupelo PressPO Box 539Dorset, VT 05251http://www.tupelopress.org

Jeffrey Levine
publisher@tupelopress.org

Lyons Press246 Goose LaneP.O. Box 480Guilford, CT 06437http://www.globepequot.com

Tom McCarthy
Editor
tom.mccarthy@globepequot.com

Jay McCullough
Editor
jay.mccullough@globepequot.com

New South Books105 S. Court StreetMontgomery, AL 36104http://www.newsouthbooks.com

Randall Williams
Editor-in-Chief
randall@newsouthbooks.com

Northwestern University Press625 Colfax StreetEvanston IL 60208http://www.nupress.nwu.edu

Susan Betz, Executive Editor
s-betz@northwestern.edu

Aunt Lute BooksPO Box 410687San Francisco CA 94141http://www.auntlute.com

books@auntlute.com

Hawthorne BooksP.O. Box 579Portland, Oregon 97207http://www.hawthornebooks.com

Rhonda Hughes
rhughes@hawthornebooks.com

Kate Sage
ksage@hawthornebooks.com

Mid-List Press4324 12th Avenue S.Minneapolis, MN 55407http://www.midlist.org

Lane Stiles
guide@midlist.org

Marianne Nora
guide@midlist.org

Scala House PressPO Box 17964Seattle, WA 98167http://www.scalahousepress.com

info@scalahousepress.com

River City Publishing1719 Mulberry StreetMontgomery, AL 36106http://www.rivercitypublishing.com

Jim Gilbert
jgilbert@rivercitypublishing.com

Gail Waller
gwaller@rivercitypublishing.com


Ruminator Books452 Selby Avenue, 2nd Flr. WestSaint Paul, MN 55102(651) 224-7302http://www.ruminator.com

Pearl Kilbride
pk@ruminator.com

Susannah McNeely
susannah@ruminator.com

Bloomberg Press100 Business Park Dr.Princeton, NJ 08542http://www.bloomberg.com/books


John Crutcher
jcrutcher@bloomberg.com

Dandelion Books5250 South Hardy Drive, Suite 3067Tempe, Arizona 85283http://www.dandelionbooks.net

Carol Adler
cadler@mindspring.com

Anvil PublishersPO Box 2694Tucker, GA 30085http://www.anvilpub.com

Lee Xavier
anvilpress@aol.com
Gerard: Thank you for the reminder. I'm going to put a note on my site to people looking for agents and publishers and a hyperlink to your site. Lee Xavier, editor-in-chief, Anvil PublishersDear Lee: What an extraordinarily good idea. There's already all kinds of good, useful information on your website, a little more couldn't hurt. Thanks again. G.

QED Press155 Cypress StreetFort Bragg, CA 95437http://www.qedpress.com

qedpress@mcn.org

Santa Monica PressPO Box 1076Santa Monica CA 90406http://www.santamonicapress.com

Jeffrey Goldman
Publisher
books@santamonicapress.com

Invisible Cities Press50 State StreetMontpelier, VT 05602http://www.invisiblecitiespress.com

Michael Grimaldi
Publisher
pub@invisiblecitiespress.com

Ann Brandon
Editor
ann@invisiblecitiespress.com

Tia McCarthy
tia@invisiblecitiespress.com

St. Kitts PressPO Box 8173Wichita KS 67208http://www.stkittspress.com

Elizabeth Whiteker
ewhiteker@skpub.com

Poisoned Pen Press6962 E First Avenue, Suite 103Scottsdale, AZ 85251http://www.poisonedpenpress.com

Robert Rosenwald
robert@poisonedpenpress.com
Focused on quality mystery and detective fiction. For submission guidelines, visit our website.

Bella BooksPO Box 10543Tallahassee, FL 32302(800) 729-4992http://www.bellabooks.com

Linda Hill
linda@bellabooks.com

Sharon Silvas
sharon@bellabooks.com

Katherine Hovis
katherine@bellabooks.com

Holloway House Books8060 Melrose AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90046http://www.hollowayhousebooks.com

info@psiemail.com

High Country Publishers197 New Market Center, Suite 135Boone, NC 28607http://highcountrypublishers.com

Robert Ingalls
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

Barbara Ingalls
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

Judith Geary
editor@highcountrypublishers.com

McPherson & Co.PO Box 1126Kingston, NYhttp://www.mcphersonco.com

Bruce McPherson
bmcpher@ulster.net

Hay House, Inc.P.O. Box 5100Carlsbad, CA 92018-5100http://www.hayhouse.com

Louise L. Hay
admin@hayhouse.com

Shannon Littrell
slittrell@hayhouse.com

Second Story Books591 63rd StreetOakland, CA 94609http://www.2ndstorybooks.com

Mary Burger
mburger@macromedia.com

Vertical, Inc.257 Park Avenue South, 8th FloorNew York, NY 10010http://www.vertical-inc.com

Ioannis Mentzas
Editorial Director
mentzas@vertical-inc.com

Shambhala Publications, Inc300 Massachusetts AvenueBoston, MA 02115http://www.shambhala.com

Beth Frankl
Editor
editors@shambhala.com

Leaping Dog PressPO Box 222605Chantilly, VA 20153http://www.leapingdogpress.com

Jordan Jones
editor@leapingdogpress.com

BenBella Books6440 North Central Expressway, Ste. 508Dallas, TX 75206http://www.benbellabooks.com

Glenn Yeffeth
CEO, Publisher
glenn@benbellabooks.com

Shanna Caughey
Editor
shanna@benbellabooks.com

Spectacular Books592 Henry Street, #GF1Brooklyn, NY 11231http://www.spectacularbooks.com

Katherine Lederer
katy@bway.net

Rockport Publishers33 Commercial StreetGloucester, MA 01930(978) 282-9590http://www.rockpub.com

Mary Ann Hall, Senior Acquiring Editor
(Interior Design, Fine Art and Crafts, Illustrated Reference Home, Lifestyle, and Hobby)
maryann@rockpub.com

Kristin Ellison, Senior Acquiring Editor
(Graphic Design)
kellison@rockpub.com
Our editors are constantly looking for the newest and most noteworthy trends in the design industry as well as keeping abreast of the best work being done in the traditional areas of commercial design and art. Our editorial vision in combination with outstanding design and production standards make Rockport's books not only objects to admire, but also essential tools for the working designer and artist.

The Smith69 Joralemon StreetBrooklyn, NY 11201http://users.aol.com/thesmith1

Harry Smith
thesmith1@aol.com

Baker Books6030 E. Fulton RoadPO Box 6287Grand Rapids, MI 49516http://www.bakerbooks.com

Don Stephenson
dstephenson@bakerbooks.com

Jennifer Leep
Editor, Baker Book House
jleep@bakerbooks.com

Seven Locks Press3100 W. Warner Ave., #8Santa Ana, CA 92704http://www.sevenlockspublishing.com

James Riordan
Publisher
sevenlocks@aol.com

Orchises PressP.O. Box 20602Alexandria, VA 22320

http://mason.gmu.edu/~rlathbur/index.html

Roger Lathbury
lathbury@gmu.edu
Change to: Orchises Press would prefer not to receive unsolicited submissions. Roger Lathbury, Orchises PressOkey-dokey. Thanks! G.

Hawk Publishing Group7107 S. Yale Avenue, # 345Tulsa OK 74136http://www.hawkpub.com

William Bernhardt
wb@hawkpub.com

Beyond Words Publishing, Inc.20827 N.W. Cornell Road, Suite 500Hillsboro, OR 97124-9808http://www.beyondword.com

Cynthia Black
cynthia@beyondword.com
Please add to your listing of US Editors. We publish 20 books a year and have been in business since 1983. We have 200 books on our backlist.Dear Cynthia: Thanks. I'll include the information you've provided within the next few days. G.

Interlink Publishing Group46 Crosby StreetNorthampton, MA 01060http://www.interlinkbooks.com

Michel Moushabeck
michel@interlinkbooks.com

Mannie Dalton
info@interlinkbooks.com

Pam Thompson
editor@interlinkbooks.com

NBM Publishing555 8th Avenue, Suite 1202New York, NY 10018http://www.nbmpub.com

Thierry Nantier
nantier@nbmpub.com

Tyndale House Publishers351 Executive DriveCarol Stream, IL 60188http://www.tyndale.com

Bill Noller
won@tyndale.com

Alyson Publications Inc.6922 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 1000Los Angeles, CA 90028http://www.alyson.com

Greg Constant
mail@alyson.com

Holmes & Meier Publishers160 Broadway, East BuildingNew York, NY 10038http://www.holmesandmeier.com

Miriam Holmes
info@holmesandmeier.com

Station Hill PressStation Hill RoadBarrytown, NY 12507 USAhttp://www.stationhill.org

George Quasha
publishers@stationhill.org

Susan Quasha
publishers@stationhill.org

New Leaf PressP.O. Box 361240Los Angeles, CA 90036http://www.newleafpress.com

Allegra Yust
allegra@newleafpress.com

Story Line PressThree Oaks FarmPO Box 1240Ashland, OR 97520http://www.storylinepress.com

Mark Jarman
mail@storylinepress.com

Robert McDowell
mail@storylinepress.com

Kristin DeSmith
mail@storylinepress.com

Champion Press, Ltd.8689 N. Port Washington Rd., #329Milwaukee WI 53217http://www.championpress.com

Brook Noel
Editor and Publisher
info@championpress.com

The Arion Press1802 Hays Street, The PresidioSan Francisco, California 94129http://www.arionpress.com

Andrew Hoyem
arionpress@arionpress.com

The Francis PressP. O. Box 11491Washington, DC 20008http://www.francispress.com

Talton F. Ray
Publisher & Editor
tfray@mindspring.com

The Toby PressPO Box 8531New Milford, CT 06776http://www.tobypress.com

Matthew Miller
Publisher
editorial@tobypress.com

Ronin PublishingPO Box 22900Oakland, CA 94609http://www.roninpub.com

Beverly Potter
Publisher
info@roninpub.com
We're interested in expanding our "Fringe" list. We just signed Loyd Auerbach, world's number one ghost hunter for GHOSTHUNTING: HOW TO INVESTIGATE THE PARANORMAL. In this list we include UFOs, Crop Circles and Robert Anton Wilson. We're especially interested in known authors with out of print books that can be reconfigured into new shorter, multiple volumes. We're also interested in 20th Century Masters, whose work leads itself for a Ronin-type internet-age repackaging/editing. We've created several new Timothy Leary books from all writings and more to come. We also are morphing PROGRAMING THE HUMAN BIOCOMPUTER by John C. Lilly, M.D into a new 21st CENTURY style. We're also interested in known authors with out of print books that can be reconfigured for our "Life Skills with Attitude!" list. Thanks for the listing. It's super. Good luck with this. Beverly Potter, Publisher, RONINDear Beverly: The Leary stuff and Lilly stuff should be slick. Those were the days. I've got the best acid chapter ever written in my forthcoming book called GINNY GOOD. Thanks for the updates, I'll fix things. G.

Daniel & Daniel Publishers, Inc.P.O. Box 21922Santa Barbara, CA 93121http://www.danielpublishing.com

Susan Daniel
dandd@danielpublishing.com

John Daniel
dandd@danielpublishing.com

Rizzoli/Universe International Publications300 Park Avenue South, 3rd FloorNew York, NY 10010http://www.rizzoliusa.com

John Deen
jdeen@rizzoliusa.com

Publications International, Ltd.7373 N. Cicero Ave.Lincolnwood, IL 60712http://www.pubint.com

Lou Weber
lweber@pubint.com

Beagle Bay Books3040 June Meadows Rd.Reno, NV 89509http://www.beaglebay.com

Jacqueline Church Simonds
info@beaglebay.com

Helm Publishing3923 Seward Ave.Rockford, IL 61108http://www.publishersdrive.com

Dianne Helm
dianne@publishersdrive.com
Thank you for listing my publishing company. I appreciate any word on where Helm Publishing can be found. I'm conducting writer workshops and it is nice to redirect authors and aspiring authors to your on-line site. Best, Dianne Helm, CEO, Helm PublishingHey, Dianne, I just found you guys a month or so ago, I have no idea where, but I noticed that you were in Rockford, IL. I've never been there, but I located one of my books in Rockford and gave the main character a Firebird to drive because of the old TV show The Rockford Files. Then I had to look at maps of the area and included the nuclear plant in Bryon. It was fun to make up a whole town, whether I got it even close to right or not, I do not know. Here's the first few chapters:http://everyonewhosanyone.com/awsyn.htmlTell anyone you want about my little website. Thanks. G.

Common Courage Press1 Red Barn RoadMonroe, ME 04951http://commoncouragepress.com

Greg Bates
gbates@commoncouragepress.com

Addicus BooksPO Box 45327Omaha, NE 68145http://addicusbooks.com

Rod Colvin
info@addicusbooks.com

Suspect Thoughts Press2215-R Market Street, PMB #544San Francisco, CA 94114http://www.suspectthoughts.com

Gregory Wharton
gregw@suspectthoughts.com

Domhan Books9511 Shore Road, Suite 514Brooklyn, NY 11209http://www.domhanbooks.com

Siobhan McNalley
domhan@att.net

Winterwolf PublishingP.O. Box 1373Westerville, OH 43086http://www.winterwolfpublishing.com

Kevin Grover
kevin@winterwolfpublishing.com

Paula Mangino
paula@winterwolfpublishing.com

Ten Speed PressP.O. Box 7123Berkeley, CA 94707(510) 559-1600http://www.tenspeed.com

Lorena Jones
lorena@tenspeed.com

Scarlett, Oh! PublishingPO Box 6584Villa Park, IL 60181http://www.wordcrafting.com

Chris Santilli
books@wordcrafting.com
Hi Gerard, Scarlett, Oh! Publishing only publishes nudist travel books about such subjects as the Jamaican resort Hedonism II or the French all-naturist town of Cap d'Agde. Just letting you know because we receive manuscript ideas that aren't in our genre so you may want to post this information to your Section III near our name on your website. Regards, Chris Santilli, PrincipalHey, Chris, I'll say what you said. I don't want to take your company off my little list though, 'cause I like its name and I like inclusivity and I like diversity...and whimsy, and even a little hedonism here and there, like in moderation. Thanks. G.

Edwin Mellen PressP.O. Box 450Lewiston, NY 14092http://www.mellenpress.com

Dr. John Rupnow
jrupnow@mellenpress.com

Hannacroix Creek Books1127 High Ridge Rd., Suite 110BStamford, CT 06905http://www.hannacroixcreekbooks.com

Jan Yager
hannacroix@aol.com

Down East Books & Countrysport PressP.O. Box 679Camden, Maine 04843http://downeastbooks.comhttp://countrysportpress.com

Michael Steere
Acquisitions Editor, Down East Books
msteere@downeast.com

Whitston Publishing Company1717 Central Avenue, Suite 201Albany, NY 12205http://www.whitston.com

Michael Laddin
whitston@capital.net

Medallion Press, Inc.27825 N. Forest Garden RoadWauconda, IL 60084http://www.medallionpress.com

Leslie Burbank
leslie@medallionpress.com
Dear Mr. Jones, Thanks so much for including Medallion Press, Inc., in your list. You have quite a project with the Everyone...site. I'd like to make note of a few things if I may...We are acquiring both agented and unagented fiction for adults and young adults. A snail mail query, synopsis and first three CONSECUTIVE chapters to Wendy Burbank at the address listed on your site. No e-mail queries, please. Good luck with your own projects and thanks again for including us.Hey, Leslie, thanks. I'll try to encapsulate what you said but your website seems to speak for itself. G.http://everyonewhosanyone.com/other1.html

Wendy Burbank
wendy@medallionpress.com

Full Moon Publishing LLCPO Box 408Schererville, IN 46375http://fullmoonpub.com

Dee Holder
fullmoonpub@sbcglobal.net

New Leaf BooksP.O. Box 6992Villa Park, IL 60181http://www.newleafbooks.net

Teresa Basile
submit@newleafbooks.net

Meisha Merlin PublishingPO Box 7Decatur, GA 30031http://www.meishamerlin.com

Stephen Pagel
email@meishamerlin.com

The Creativity Group65 Macedonia RoadAlexander, NC 28701http://www.abooks.com

Ralph Roberts
ralph@abooks.com

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