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By Edward Nawotka Sloane Crosley is the deputy director of publicity for Vintage Books and has been called “New York’s favorite book publicist.” She’s also the author of two essay collections: the bestseller I Was Told There’d Be Cake and How Did You Get This Number, which was published this week by Riverhead. She spoke with Publishing Perspectives about publicity …