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15 November, 2022

THE CHILD WHO NEVER SPOKE: 23 1/2 Lessons in Fragility, Cristina Nehring

Essayist and author of A Vindication of Love Nehring’s remarkable tribute to her chromosomally-challenged little girl, Eurydice, who awakens a fiercely maternal love and teaches her–and us–about joy. (North American rights/Heliotrope Books/Fall 2023)

 


10 November, 2022

THE HEART OF THE FIGHT, Judith Wright EdD and Bob Wright EdD

A couple’s guide to fifteen of the common fights couples have, what they really mean, and how they can bring you closer. (Blackstone Audio, early 2024 release).


27 October, 2022

THE COCKTAIL PARLOR, Nicola Nice

Sociologist, spirits entrepreneur, founder and CEO of the Pomp & Whimsy gin Nicola Nice’s alternative history of cocktails that returns women to a central role in propelling the cocktail out of the bar into the home and mainstream culture, with simplified adaptations of classic recipes. (Countryman Press/Norton, World English, Spring 2024)

 

 


19 October, 2022

K DRAMA SCHOOL, Grace Jung

Korean American stand-up comedian, author and podcaster Grace Jung wields her PhD in Cinema and Media Studies to write an irreverent history of serialized Korean TV dramas like Squid Game and Extraordinary Attorney Woo—a pop culture phenomenon contributing to Korea’s multibillion-dollar entertainment industry now linked to media conglomerates such as Disney, Netflix and Apple TV+, analyzing everything from why K-dramas have so many Subway sandwiches all the way to the shows’ queer feminist visibility. (Running Press/Hachette, World rights, Spring 2024)


15 August, 2022

SIZE WISE, Jill Castle MS, RDN

A guide to instilling lifelong healthy habits in kids of every size, drawing on 8 “pillars of wellness.” The author is a registered dietician who has worked for decades with families applying a holistic health model. (Workman/Hachette, World rights exclusive of Asia, Spring 2024)


18 July, 2022

FOLLOWING NATURE’S LEAD, M.D. Usher

Lyman-Roberts Professor of Classical Languages and Literature at the University of Vermont M. D. Usher’s FOLLOWING NATURE’S LEAD, ancient ways of living in a dying world, drawing on the best lessons from antiquity: How can older ways of thinking help us to solve the modern world’s ecological and economic challenges? What can we learn from the successes, as well as the failures, of the Greeks and Romans in terms of their proximity to the natural world? (World rights exclusive of French translation, Princeton University Press, Spring 2024)


7 July, 2022

STRANGER, Ben H. Winters (Audible Original)

A clever riff on Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train, with a high-tech twist, by the award-winning mystery and science fiction author. (Audible, World Rights, Summer 2022)


23 June, 2022

WILLIAMSBURG AND THE HISTORICAL TRIANGLE COOKBOOK, Holly Herrick

Drawing on the European, African and Native American roots of 21st century fare in Virginia, the latest from the author of The New Charleston Chef’s Table, will profile 65 restaurants and the rich history and lore of the region, illustrated with full-color photography. (Globe Pequot, World Rights, Summer 2024)


13 June, 2022

UNTITLED PICTURE BOOK ON RESILIENCE, Michele Borba (and Julia Cook)

Educator and author of THRIVERS Michele Borba and parenting expert Julia Cook’s untitled book on how to help children learn the keys to resilience, told through a fictional story ( National Center for Youth Issues/World Rights/Fall 2023).


19 May, 2022

WATERBORNE, David J. Marsh

The chronicles of the clan of Noah in which the patriarch’s descendants recount their experiences on the Ark during the great flood and beyond, and also their complicated relationship with their father. (Bold Vision Books/World English/Fall 2023)