Susannah Greenberg, of Susannah Greenberg Public Relations, was a panel organizer and featured speaker at two panels at BEA 2012: Book Publicity for the Self-Published Author; and Book Publicity for Young Adult Books. Both were featured in Publishers Weekly Daily during the show. She was also a judge for the Audiobook of the Year. Susannah also authored a piece for Publishing Perspectives on a recent WNBA NYC event.
Amy Hill Hearth’s debut novel, Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women’s Literary Society, has been chosen as the January 2013 Main Selection of the Pulpwood Queen’s Book Club, the largest ‘meeting and discussing’ book club in the world, with more than 500 chapters.
Lucine Kasbarian’s pieces read at the WNBA’s Open Mic Night at the KGB Bar appear in the Green Briar Review Literary Journal and the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project Blog. Her essay, Elixir in Exile, is published in r.kv.r.y. Literary Quarterly. Her folktale was named an Honor Book by Storytelling World Resources Awards. Check out her website at www.lucinekasbarian.com.
Joshua Kornreich’s debut novel, The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars, originally published by Marick Press in 2007, was reprinted in e-book format by Dzanc Books in September 2012. His second novel, Knotty, Knotty, Knotty, is set for release by The Black Mountain Press in March 2013. Read more at www.joshuakornreich.com.
Roz Reisner presented a webinar titled ‘Fresh Lit: New and Forthcoming Literary Fiction for Readers and Book Groups’ hosted by LibraryLink, the New Jersey Library Cooperative. Check out her blog at www.areadersplace.net.