About the Author

Erin L. Cox

Erin L. Cox is the Business Development Director for Publishing Perspectives and a Senior Associate at Rob Weisbach Creative Management, where she represents writers and handles publicity and advertising clients.

Amazon Kindle International, Week Two

In Feature Articles by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox A week after the international edition of the Amazon Kindle launched, Amazon’s David Naggar, Vice President for Kindle Content, took part in the STM Conference. While he came to appeal to STM publishers to increase the e-books and journals they offer on the Kindle, he also indulged the audience by answering some questions. On rights: “Open …

“Piracy Isn’t Really an Issue:” STM in the Digital Age

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By Erin L. Cox Digital publishing is a huge focus of the Fair this year, yet no one is further along that road than the STM publishers. At yesterday’s STM Frankfurt Conference entitled “Surviving Our Mid-Life Crisis: Forward from Forty,” Science, Technical, and Medical (STM) publishers discussed the already successful tools they use for reaching users digitally while also illustrating …

What’s Cooking, Chef Wan?

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By Erin L Cox Few can top Chef Wan. He is one of Malaysia’s most celebrated icons and a star of the Asian Food Channel, as well as having hosted shows in numerous other countries including Malaysia, Singapore and the United States. What’s more, he’s published eight cookbooks, and is also a comedian, talk-show host, and has acted on stage …

“The Red Tent” Meets “Exodus”

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By Erin L. Cox NEW YORK: Bestselling author Anita Diamant spent 48 weeks on The New York Times bestseller list with her novel The Red Tent and later won widespread critical acclaim for her follow-up, The Last Days of Dogtown. Her latest novel Day After Night was published earlier this month. It is the fictional account of a group of young …

Frank McCourt and the Texas Kid: What I Learned About Private Planes, Irish Accents, and Fame

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By Erin L. Cox Sunday marked the passing of Pulitzer Prize-winning memoirist Frank McCourt.  Best known for his internationally bestselling memoir about his poor, Irish childhood, Angela’s Ashes, Frank was also a beloved New York City schoolteacher, playwright, and a fantastic storyteller. What I worry about is that people will think of Frank only as the poor boy from Limerick, …

Bonus Material: How to Pack (Books) for Summer Vacation

In Discussion by Erin L. Cox

By Erin L. Cox Home is where your stack of books is… Maybe you, like me, have a stack of books sitting on your nightstand or piled next to your bed.  I love that stack of books.  I cultivate it like some people cultivate gardens.  I take a book off here, add a book there — all according to my …

Come for the books, stay for the…

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By Erin L. Cox Last week, the Penguin Group (USA) launched its online network, called “From the Publisher’s Office,” featuring episodic online series, audio series, and excerpts from popular books. While it is billed as a way to get readers to better connect with their favorite authors, it’s also a way to create an online world in which readers will …

Bonus Material: Tennis, Anyone?

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By Erin L. Cox Yesterday marked the first day of Wimbledon, the world’s leading tennis tournament, held at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club outside London. In between matches, you might check out some of these books about tennis from around the world: BUY ICONIC IMAGES: “Centre Court: The Jewel in Wimbledon’s Crown” by John Barrett and Ian …