LOVE ME BACK, a dark and intense debut novel which I’m very lucky to have edited, is on not one, but two “Best Books of 2014” lists. The Chicago Tribune puts LOVE ME BACK on its list of only 10 best books of the year, calling it a “heart-cracking debut.” And author and book critic […]
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It’s a very happy Sunday indeed, when you open the New York Times Book Review and see a book you edited touted as “one of those exquisitely rare novels that feel desperate and urgent and absolutely necessary.” And this comes on the heels of other stellar reviews calling LOVE ME BACK “extraordinary” (LA Review of […]
Since editing leading Italian Renaissance historian Alex Lee’s wonderful book about the sex, greed and depravity behind the major art of the Renaissance, I haven’t been able to look at a work by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci or Botticelli in quite the same way. But as Lee explains in this utterly fresh exploration of Italy’s […]
It’s a pleasure to see Helen Giltrow’s dark and sophisticated debut thriller, THE DISTANCE, starting to get the accolades it deserves. The first time I read this book on submission at Doubleday, I was blown away by the original plotting, dramatic sense of place, and subtle romance, all captured by Giltrow in starkly modern prose. […]
I consider discovering, acquiring and editing Merritt Tierce’s debut novel LOVE ME BACK one of my greatest accomplishments as a book editor. Last fall, the book was a National Book Foundation “5 Under 35″ honoree — the only book honored that was still in the early galley stage. It’s now extremely gratifying to see LOVE […]