EDITING NONFICTION AND FICTION; GHOSTWRITING; EDITORIAL COLLABORATION; CONSULTATION ON PUBLISHING AND SELF-PUBLISHING
Laura Ross is an author, editor, and publishing consultant with more than thirty years’ experience in New York book publishing. She has served as Editorial Director at Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers and Theatre Communications Group; Vice President/Director of Marketing at Pocket Books; Director of Advertising and Promotion at Simon & Schuster and Penguin Books; and the co-proprietor of a book-packaging firm, Cognoscenti Books. Over all that time, she has also worked as a journalist, book doctor, and ghostwriter.
In 2008, she turned full-time to independent editorial work with a focus on writing and editing nonfiction. She has ghostwritten a variety of memoirs and works of narrative nonfiction for clients including HarperCollins, Sterling, Quayside, and Stone Song Press. Her attributed works include a series of annotated classics, a wellness book, and several works of history—notably, Traveling the Silk Road and Theodore Roosevelt: A Passion to Lead (both Sterling Publishing). She lives in New York City.