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Wink has signed a two book deal with Dial Books, with
Noah Eaker serving as editor. The deal includes a forthcoming
novel, BEARTOOTH, about a pair of brothers who get
more than they bargain for during a poaching expedition,
and a short story collection.
Prize winner John Matteson’s book The
Lives of Margaret Fuller, a biography on the prickly,
brilliant, and endlessly complicated intellectual
Margaret Fuller, received critical acclaim from The
Times Book Review, The
Minneapolis Star Tribune, The
Washington Post, The
Boston Globe, The L.A.Times,
and the Wall
Street Journal .
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Steinberg Agency is pleased to announce Su Meck’s
forthcoming memoir about losing her memory and being
force to relearn every aspect of her life after a ceiling
fan struck her head causing a rare and devastating
form of amnesia. The book is being published by Jonathan
Karp and Molly Lindley of Simon and Schuster, and is
slated for publication in spring 2014. In November,
York Times Lives Column ran her piece on how education helped her rebuild her
to Callan Wink – his story, Dog
Run Moon, was published in The New Yorker. An
interview with Callan, an MFA student at The University
is available here.
Gunn's Kindle Single essay Shaken, Not Stirred, debuted
on the top 100 list for Kindle sales at
Amazon.com. The personal essay recounts Tim’s
tumultuous relationship with his father, and is available
download on Amazon.
Steinberg Agency has three forthcoming novels with
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, with Kathy
as editor - Michael Parker’s Five Thousand Dollar
Car, Drew Perry’s Semi-Flightless Birds, and
Nina de Gramont’s This, and my Heart Beside.
to Brad Watson for winning a 2011 Guggenheim Fiction
Fellowship. His book Aliens in the Primes
of Their Lives was nominated for a PEN/Faulker
award earlier this year.
Parker’s novel The Watery Part of the World receives
a full page nod from The New York Times Book Review,
four out of four stars from People
and a starred review from Kirkus.
Vickie Craston, owner of Litchfield Books in Pawley’s
Island, S.C. mentions it as a hot read for the summer
in an NPR interview.
Donohue’s Centuries of June receives a
fantastic review from The Washington Post.
Dorfman speaks with CNN’s Kiran Chetry
about her book What’s Eating
Your Child and
the link between food and childhood ailments.
Katsu’s The Taker receives a rave review
and a starred review from Booklist. Book trailers
and author interviews are
her blog almakatsu.com.
Calhoun, co-author of Gunn’s Golden Rules
and the upcoming Tim Gunn’s
has a piece featured in the New York Times
Lives Column about her tragic teenage geekdom, or lack thereof.
Halperin’s Journal of a UFO Investigator receives
a glowing review from The
Jewish Daily Forward
Lennon’s first novel, Soul Trapper,
featured in the New
Jersey Star Ledger
Gunn’s next book has been announced – Tim
Gunn’s Fashion Bible: The Fascinating History
of Everything in Your Closet. The book explores
of fashion and clothing.
Katsu’s novel The Taker will now be the
first book in a trilogy, to be published by Gallery/Simon & Schuster
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to Andrew Ervin, Brad Watson and Susan Woodring – three
Steinberg Agency clients shortlisted as distinguished
stories in The Best American Short Stories 2010
Gunn’s Gunn’s Golden Rules: Life’s
Little Lessons for Making it Work hits the New
York Times bestseller list in its first week of release,
debuting at number five.
Perry’s This is Just Exactly Like You shortlisted for the prestigious Flaherty-Dunnan
First Novel Prize from The Center for Fiction at
Library in New York
Watson’s Aliens in the Prime of
Their Lives receives a full-page rave
York Times Book Review
Renditions, a first novel by Andrew Ervin selected
as Publishers Weekly “Pick of
the Week” and earns a starred review
Silverstone’s The Kind Diet is
a national bestseller, reaching #1 on The New York
list and featured on Oprah
in September 2010 from Gallery Books: Gunn’s
Golden Rules: Life’s Little Lessons for Making
it Work by beloved fashion icon
great Q&A with Brad Watson, author of the newly
released short story collection Aliens in the
Prime of Their Lives in the Boston
deal for a great first novel called The Taker by
author Alma Katsu in Publishers
Weekly. International book rights have already
been sold in the UK, Italy, Russia and Spain
is Just Exactly Like You by Drew Perry and Aliens
in the Prime of Their Lives by Brad Watson
both Winter/Spring 2010 Okra
wonderful review for Nina de Gramont’s first
YA novel Every Little Thing in the World in Publishers
Strangers by Elyse Schein and Paula Bernstein
optioned by HBO for a possible television series.
editor of babble.com Ada Calhoun’s first book Instinctive
Parenting featured in the March issue of Redbook.
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rights for JOURNAL OF A UFO INVESTIGATOR, a first
novel by David Halperin sold in Germany,
Italy and Spain
in October 2009 from Rodale: Alicia Silverstone’s The
Kind Diet: A Simple Guide to Losing Weight, Looking
Great, Saving Yourself, the Animals and the Planet!
Steinberg featured in Agent Roundtable in
the May/June Poets & Writers
Watson’s short story, Visitation appeared
in a March issue of The
New Yorker. It’s a story in his new
short story collection, Aliens in the
Prime of Their Lives being published
by W.W. Norton in March, 2010
wonderful review of Angels of Destruction by
Keith Donohue in The
Love You Philip Morris (based on
Steve McVicker’s book of the same name)
has been accepted by the 2009 Cannes Film Festival
(after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival.)
Here’s a clip
of the film, starring Jim Carrey and Ewan
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film adaptation of Alicia Erian’s Towelhead,
written and directed by Alan Ball (Six Feet Under,
American Beauty) and starring Maria Bello, Toni
Collette, Summer Bishel and Aaron Eckhart will be
distributed by Warner Independent and will be released
in select theaters on September 12, 2008.
back in print with a new publisher on the occasion
of the Towelhead movie
release, Alicia Erian’s classic short story
Brutal Language of Love.
Bajo’s debut novel The 351 Books
of Irma Arcuri was recently published
to critical acclaim. Here’s a great Los
Angeles Times review.
Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and
Her Father has been awarded the
2008 PULITZER PRIZE in the biography category.
film adaptation of Steve McVicker’s I
Love You Phillip Morris starring
Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor is now in production
in New Orleans and Miami.
of the Starlings by Nina de Gramont
is a June Booksense pick.
Strangers by Elyse Schein and Paula
Bernstein just won the Multiple Sclerosis Society’s
2007 Books For a Better Life Award in the psychology
Iagnemma’s first novel The Expeditions was
recently published to critical acclaim.
a wonderful review Cathy Day’s memoir Comeback
Season, just published, in the Pittsburgh
a Lebowski, You’re a Lebowski: Life, the
Big Lebowski and What-Have-You is
a Los Angeles Times bestseller and in
its fifth printing.
film adaptation of Mitch Cullin’s Tideland,
directed by Terry Gilliam, now available on DVD.
Donohue’s The Stolen Child is
a national bestseller and has sold in twenty-five
countries, with film rights optioned by Amazon.com.
Steinberg picked as one of the “Twenty-one
Agents You Should Know” by the Jan/Feb 2008
issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.
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