For all the future Random House and Penguin authors out there, we’re here to help with your publicity needs! Read this important article from Publishers Weekly about the rumors of a Random House and Penguin merge:
Helen Nash — known for being an innovator in the field of kosher cooking — answers this question in her new cookbook, HELEN NASH’S NEW KOSHER CUISINE (Overlook Press Hardcover; $35; September 2012), which features over 200 mouth-watering recipes that are as modern as they are nutritious. Her recipes are perfect for weekday dinners, holidays meals and all kinds of entertaining. My personal favorites include the Baked Eggplant with Ground Meat, Tomatoes, and Pine Nuts, the Spinach Pie, and the Chick Pea and Feta Salad.
Watch Helen answer the question, “What is new kosher cuisine” in her interview on Good Day New York: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/19863080/good-day-cafe
Darcy Mayer, a contributor to the book, TORN: True Stories of Kids, Career, & the Conflict of Modern Motherhood, weighed in on the subject on THE TODAY SHOW on 8/17/11.
To understand what a book publicist does, we encourage you to read this week’s Publisher’s Weekly magazine and the Soapbox essay written by Claire McKinney: http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/columns-and-blogs/soapbox/article/47737-do-you-know-what-a-book-publicist-does-.html
We’re excited about new client, Nayana Currimbhoy and her debut novel, Miss Timmins’ School for Girls that Harper Paperbacks will publish on June 21, 2011. It’s part coming-of-age story, part murder mystery, set in India during the monsoon season of 1974. Publishers Weekly calls it “an absorbing atmospheric thriller. Learn more about the book and author at www.harpercollins.com.