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- Great Powers: America and the World After Bush, Thomas P.M. Barnett's new book, has been reviewed in Publisher's Weekly.
- Globality: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything, by Hal Sirkin, Jim Hemerling and Arindam Bhattacharya, was named one of the best economics and business books of the year by The Economist.
- Sara Roahen's Gumbo Tales was named one of his favorite books of the year by the Washington Post book critic Jonathan Yardley.
- Evan Schwartz's new book on L. Frank Baum, entitled Finding Oz: How L. Frank Baum Discovered the Great American Story, has been acquired by Deanne Urmy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
- Jedediah Berry's The Manual of Detection has been reviewed in Publisher's Weekly.
- The BookBag in the UK has reviewed Alisa Libby's forthcoming novel, The King's Rose.
- The National Business Review in New Zealand listed David Rothkopf's Superclass as one of the top business books of the year.
- Seed magazine and Time Out: Chicago listed Kirsten Menger-Anderson's Dr Olaf von Schuler's Brain as one of the best books of 2008.
- Tony Wagner, and his book The Global Achievement Gap, was mentioned by Business Week in an article about schools using technology in the classroom.
- The Wall Street Journal has named Michael Soussan's Backstabbing for Beginners one of the best of 2008.
- David Rothkopf published additional pieces this month in Newsweek and The Daily Beast on the economic crisis and on Washington politics.
- US News & World Report has named The Migraine Brain by Dr. Carolyn Bernstein and Elaine McArdle as one of the nine best books to inspire a healthy New Year.
- Kirsten Menger-Anderson's short story collection Dr Olaf von Schuler's Brain was reviewed in the New York Times book review.
- Dr. Carolyn Bernstein, author with Elaine McArdle of The Migraine Brain, was featured on National Public Radio's "Fresh Air."
- Michael Soussain's Backstabbing for Beginners received a strong review in The Wall Street Journal.
- David Rothkopf has published a piece in the London Daily Telegraph on the future of international relations in the Obama administration.
- Amanda Ripley's acclaimed The Unthinkable was named one of the ten best nonfiction books of the year by Hudson Booksellers.
- Donna Fenn, author of the upcoming book Upstarts, on young entrepreneurs, published a long article in Inc. all about rising entrepreneurs under the age of 30
- Booklist have named David Magee's book, How Toyota Became #1: Leadership Lessons from the World's Greatest Car Company, one of the ten best business books of the year.
- A chapter from Sara Roahen's acclaimed Gumbo Tales: Finding My Place at the New Orleans Table has been included in The Best Food Writing 2008.
- Kirsten Menger-Anderson's Dr. Olaf von Schuler's Brain has received a rave in the Washington Post and a nice review in Time Out Chicago.
- Donovan Campbell's Iraq war memoir, Joker One: A Marine Platoon's Story of Courage, Leadership, and Brotherhood received a starred review in Publisher's Weekly.
- David Rothkopf, author of Superclass, was quoted in Thomas Friedman's New York Times column. He was also interviewed by the BBC on the subject of "The Power of the Global Elite."
- Dr. Carolyn Bernstein, author of The Migraine Brain, recently appeared on the "Today" show. This link allows viewers to watch her video appearance and to read about the book.
- Michael Soussan's Backstabbing for Beginners received an excellent review in Publisher's Weekly.
- Kirsten Menger-Anderson's forthcoming book Dr. Olaf van Schuler's Brain was listed as a forthcoming book to watch by the blog BoingBoing.
- David Rothkopf, author of Superclass, published an article in the New Republic all about how we can fix our national security system.
- Zachary Shuster Harmsworth agent Rachel Sussman was interviewed by the New York Observer on how much interest publishers would have in Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's book, right after she was chosen to be Senator John McCain's Vice-Presidential nominee.
- Hal Sirkin, one of the co-authors of Globality, has written a brilliant article for Business Week.
- Amanda Ripley's The Unthinkable is the subject of Tara Parker-Pope's August 5th column in the New York Times.
- Anita Jain's Marrying Anita: A Quest for Love in the New India has been reviewed in the Christian Science Monitor.
- New York magazine has commented on Anita Jain's new book.
- The blog SepiaMutiny reviewed Marrying Anita on August 6, 2008.
- We are delighted to announce that Kirby Larsen's Two Bobbies has been chosen to be on the IndieNext Top Ten list for children's books (formerly known as the Book Sense Picks list).
- Ori and Rom Brafman's Sway has continued its domination on the bestseller lists. It has reached #14 on the New York Times business book bestseller list in August.
- Jay Matthews, education columnist for the Washington Post, has just published a column acclaiming Dan Willingham and his forthcoming book, Why Don't Students Like School?.
- Irete Lazo's novel The Accidental Santera has been reviewed by Publisher's Weekly.
- Anita Jain's Marrying Anita in has been reviewed in the New York Times Book Review and in Newsday.
- The Portland Oregonian has reviewed The Unthinkable by Amanda Ripley.
- David Rothkopf's Superclass has been mentioned in a prominent article in Britain's Daily Mail.
- The New York Daily News published an article on Mindy Merrell and R. B. Quinn, authors of Cheater BBQ: Barbecue Anytime, Anywhere, in Any Weather.
- Amanda Ripley's The Unthinkable has been excerpted in TIME magazine.
- Neda Ulaby at NPR has written a review of The Unthinkable, and her Web page also contains an excerpt as well an audio file of an excerpt read by the author.
- The Unthinkable has been reviewed in the Times of London, Bloomberg News, and O: The Oprah Magazine.
- Globality: Competing With Everyone From Everywhere For Everything, by Harold Sirkin, James Hemerling and Arindam Bhattacharya, has been reviewed in the current issue of TIME magazine.
- Globality has also been acclaimed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
- Ori Brafman and Rom Brafman's acclaimed new nonfiction title Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior has landed on the New York Times bestseller list. On the June 22nd, 2008 list, Sway reached #15 on the hardcover nonfiction list.
- Sway has also reached #4 on the Wall Street Journal business book bestseller list (on June 13th).
- Sway has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and in the Miami Herald.
- David Rothkopf has published an article in the Washington Post on the Superclass, the subject of his current book.
- Will Hutton commented on Superclass in the London Observer.
- Superclass received a review in the Washington Post.
- Tom Friedman mentioned David Rothkopf and the new book in his New York Times column.
- ZSH agent Eve Bridburg was recently interviewed by writer and blogger Lisa Romeo on the importance an MFA can have for an author's career.
- David Rothkopf, author of Superclass, has published an article on the global power elite in the Miami Herald. He has also written the cover story for the international edition of Newsweek.
- Superclass has been discussed this month in both Vanity Fair and The Economist.
- Amanda Ripley’s The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes And Why has been reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly. The author has a new website, www.amandaripley.com.
- Zachary Shuster Harmsworth sold, at auction, a new novel, The Manual of Detection by Jedediah Berry. Here is the notice from Publisher’s Weekly.
- The agency also sold a new fiction series by FOX News reporter Lis Wiehl and mystery writer April Henry entitled Faith and Consequences. The first book in the series will be set in Portland, OR and called The D.C. Page.
- Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, an agency client, is writing his memoirs and has placed the book with Doubleday, after a heated auction featuring nine publishers.
- HarperCollins Publishers have acquired a book on proposal by psychologist Anthony Rao and writer Michelle Seaton all about parenting boys from ZSH agent Eve Bridburg.
- Edward Chupack's novel Silver has been reviewed by Entertainment Weekly, the Sacramento Bee and the New York Times Sunday Book Review.
- As of the month of March, Keith McFarland's The Breakthrough Company is currently #15 on Business Week's business book bestseller list.
- Kacy Duke's The Show It Love Workout was featured in the Indianapolis Star in a discussion of new fitness and health titles.
- The Complete Turtletrader by Michael Covel has been reviewed by Michael Nystrom on the website goldseek.com.
- David Rothkopf's Superclass has been reviewed by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
- Charlie Gasparino's forthcoming book is described in a new article on the state of current business book publishing from the Los Angeles Times.
- The New York Times also reviewed Joshua Kendall's new book, The Man Who Made Lists, the biography of Peter Mark Roget, the author of the famous thesaurus.
- Rod Beckstrom, co-author of The Starfish and the Spider, has accepted a new position with the United States government as the head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Cyber Security Center.
- Keith Sawyer’s Group Genius has been reviewed by the (London) Guardian.
- Sara Roahen's Gumbo Tales has also received glowing reviews in Salon, from Jonathan Yardley in the Washington Post, and in the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
- We are delighted to announce that Lis Wiehl's The 51% Minority has been nominated for a Books For A Better Life Award, as best book of the year in the 'Motivational' category.
- Keith McFarland's The Breakthrough Company has been published to immediate acclaim and bestselling sales. This groundbreaking book has reached #1 on the Wall Street Journal business book bestseller list as well as #10 in the New York Times business book bestseller list and #7 in the New York Times advice, how-to and miscellaneous bestseller list.
- Joshua Kendall's forthcoming book, The Man Who Made Lists, has been selected as a BookSense pick for March, 2008. The Man Who Made Lists is an account of the extraordinary life of Peter Mark Roget and the creation of his masterwork, the thesaurus that bears his name.
- Sara Roahen, author of the just published Gumbo Tales: Finding My Place at the New Orleans Table, has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal's Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg. His Q & A with the author can be seen online at wsj.com.
- Todd Balf's Major has received a rave review in the Boston Globe.
- Tom Searcy and Barbara Weaver-Smith's book Whale Hunting: How To Land Big Sales and Transform Your Company has been reviewed online at businessweek.com (by agency client Keith McFarland).
- Sandeep Jauhar's Intern: A Doctor's Initiation has received an excellent review in the New York Times from William Grimes.
- David Rothkopf's forthcoming book Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They are Making has received a fantastic starred review from Publishers Weekly.
- 800-CEO-READ has awarded their prize for best business book of the year on creativity and innovation (2007) to R. Keith Sawyer's acclaimed Group Genius: The Creative Power of Collaboration.
- Kacy Duke has recently appeared on the Donny Deutsch show to publicize her new book, The Show It Love Workout. Kacy has recently been featured in Fitness magazine, advising readers on "how to make their resolutions stick."
- Publishers Weekly has reviewed Charles Gasparino's King of the Club, calling the book "riveting."
- Writer, reporter and The Bluest State author Jon Keller was recently interviewed by Gatehouse News Service.