Join us to meet the editors from publisher members of the Independent Publishers Caucus on Wednesday, October 14 at 3PM ET. This is the perfect opportunity to get your store on their radar, begin the connection for potential author events, and discover small press titles that reflect the thoughtful curation and literary quality that indie bookstore customers so appreciate.
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Meet the Editors:
Robin Miura, Senior Editor & Assoc. Publisher.Robin Miura has worked in publishing for 17 years, first as a production editor for Oxford University Press and later as an editor for Press 53 (where she edited a novel and memoir series) as a freelance editor, proofreader, publishing consultant, and writing coach for publishing companies and individual authors. She has worked with all types of books, but her passion is literary fiction and creative nonfiction. Her freelance clients have included Algonquin Books, Oxford University Press, Duke University Press, River’s Edge Media, and University of North Carolina Press. She is also a founding editor of the online magazine South Writ Large.
Jisu Kim is the senior marketing, sales, and publicity manager at the Feminist Press. She oversees the marketing life of a book, from its beginnings as an ISBN to becoming course adopted and a backlist gem. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied comparative literature and political theory, and now lives in Brooklyn.
Masie Cochran is the Editorial Director at Tin House.Before coming to Tin House, she worked at InkWell Management Literary Agency in New York, NY.
Will Evans is a publisher, translator, and entrepreneur with an unparalleled knack for finding undertold, outstanding stories and connecting them to audiences. In 2013, Evans founded Deep Vellum Publishing, a nonprofit indie book publisher dedicated to translating the world’s best novels into English for American audiences.
Ruth Weiner, Director of Publicity at Seven Stories Press
Rachael Small, Director of Publicity, has an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Iowa and a BA in French Studies and Creative Writing from Bard College, where she studied under Mona Simpson and Bradford Morrow. Her translations from the French and Spanish have appeared in The Buenos Aires Review and Anomalous Press, among others, and she was a 2012 participant in the Banff International Literary Translation Center.
Jessie Kindig is an editor at Verso Books, and her writing has appeared in n+1, Artforum, Jacobin, and the Boston Review.