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ANNE BARTHOLOMEW

ONLINE RETAIL, MARKETING, and CONTENT DEVELOPMENT
favorite categories include debut fiction, mystery & thrillers, cookbooks & food writing, memoir, young adult

Anne Bartholomew is a writer, editor, and bookseller with particular experience in online retail and content development at Amazon.com. Much of her work over the last five years has been focused on connecting authors with readers via custom marketing, interviews, reviews and social media. She is a graduate of Fordham University in New York, as well as the Denver Publishing Institute, and the Institute of Culinary Education. As a reader, her turn-to categories include debut fiction and mysteries, cookbooks, young adult, and memoir, but she’ll happily read anything that comes with a good recommendation.

 

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LAURIE CHITTENDEN

FICTION, EDITORIAL, AND MARKETING

Laurie Chittenden, currently an Editor-at-Large with Hyperion, began her publishing career as a bookseller with Rizzoli Books in Virginia, but upon moving to New York City she took a position as an Editorial Assistant at Hyperion in 1993. She left to hold the positions of Associate Editor and Editor at Simon & Schuster from 1994 through 1999 where she discovered and launched the careers of best-selling authors Richard Paul Evans and Jennifer Chiaverini.

During her tenure as Senior Editor at Dutton from 1999 to 2006, Chittenden published fiction and nonfiction by such best-selling authors as Marisa de los Santos, Jenny McCarthy, Governor Ann Richards, Erik Weihenmayer and Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award finalist Diane Johnson. Most recently, Chittenden was Executive Editor at William Morrow, where she published a number of titles including Marisa de los Santos’ New York Times best-selling Belong to Me and IndieNext pick Falling Together; Brunonia Barry’s New York Times best-selling The Lace Reader and IndieNext pick The Map of True Places; national best-seller, IndieNext and Discover Great New Writers pick In the Sanctuary of Outcasts by Neil White; and Conor Grennan’s New York Times and internationally best-selling Little Princes: One Man’s Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal.

Chittenden is also an adjunct professor at NYU where she has taught the Workshop in Manuscript Editing for the Masters in Publishing program. She has lectured extensively at BEA, book expos, conferences, universities, journalist associations, and on television and radio in the United States, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. She has been featured for her work in the New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, the Observer, Poets & Writers, Kirkus and Publishers Weekly. She is a member of the Women’s Media Group. In addition to her love of publishing, Chittenden is the Special Events Director for the New York Cycle Club and an active volunteer with the Young Professionals Group of the Nature Conservancy.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/laurie-chittenden/12/38a/694

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BRIDGET MARMION

MARKETING, STRATEGIC PLANNING AND COORDINATION, ADULT AND CHILDREN’S BOOKS

As SVP Marketing of Farrar, Straus Giroux, Random House and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Marmion has over three decades experience creating, coordinating and implementing campaigns that lead to the bestseller list. At FSG and HMH, Marmion oversaw publicity and marketing, traditional and digital, both adult and children’s books. Her focus has always been helping an author or illustrator hone his message, but most importantly developing campaigns reflecting how that author is most comfortable and effective engaging his/her audience. Her time in sales and marketing at those distinguished houses plus her work with the AAP, including two years as Chair of the AAP Trade Executive Committee, have resulted in extensive contacts and expertise in all channels including retail, K-12, college, library, online and the agent community.

Marmion recognizes that in this era of social media, trusted sources and engaging your target audience, it’s still about strategy and what will have maximum impact for YOU. Our team will include a genre expert as we create your campaign, blending the traditional and the newest marketing tools for maximum impact.

Twitter: @bridgetmarmion
Facebook: facebook.com/BridgetMarmion
LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/bridgetmarmion

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CARL RAYMOND

MARKETING, BRANDING, EVENT PLANNING, FOOD, DIET, POPULAR HEALTH

Carl Raymond has had a twenty-five year career in book publishing, marketing and PR. He has held marketing management roles at most of the major houses including Random House, Simon and Schuster, HarperCollins, Houghton Mifflin and Penguin/DK. His experience includes all aspects of the publishing process from production and design through editorial.

In addition to his marketing roles, Carl held the position of Publishing Director for DK Publishing overseeing the US editorial team and acquiring and publishing an extensive list of illustrated titles. For over 5 years, Carl was Director of Marketing at Judith Regan’s Regan Books imprint directing national marketing campaigns with such high-profile organizations and celebrities as World Wrestling Entertainment, Lauren Hutton, Jane Seymour, Destiny’s Child, Motley Crue, Richard Chamberlain, Janice Dickinson and Alan Cumming.

Carl has an expertise in the diet/popular health category. He was the marketing director for Barry Sear’s New York Times best-selling phenomenon THE ZONE as well as other best-selling diet franchises including Marilu Henner’s TOTAL HEALTH MAKEOVER. He has worked on marketing campaigns for over 50 New York Times bestsellers.

In addition to his publishing career, Carl is a trained chef and a graduate of New York’s Institute of Culinary Education. He has been a contributor, recipe developer and tester for Rodale’s Prevention magazine as well as for Conde Nast. He currently works as a food editor, culinary teacher and marketing consultant.

Website: http://www.chefcarlnyc.com/