SPONSORED BY: Wiley Publishing, Howard Books, Random House, and Library Journal
SCHEDULED EVENT DATE: Wednesday, November 9, 2011- 2:00 PM ET – 60 minutes
In the Chronicle of Higher Education, poet and University of Pennsylvania professor Kenneth Goldsmith asks “Who hasn’t been moved by a great memoir?” as he contemplates the future of writing in a digital age. The unspoken answer to his question-few-suggests that the moving, complicated, personal stories found in memoirs, biographies, and autobiographies aren’t going anywhere.
As we head into winter (a perfect time to curl up with a blanket and a book), take a look at some of the new and forthcoming titles from our featured publishers. Who knows, you may find the perfect memoir for a snowy day or the biography you know a patron, or even your mom, would love for the holidays. There’s a story for everyone.
Laura Cusack, Senior Marketing Manager, Wiley Publishing
Jonathan Merkh, VP and Publisher, Howard Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster
Michael D. Gentile, Director, Academic Marketing, Random House Inc.
Molly McArdle, Assistant Book Review Editor, Library Journal
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