Recently named one of Boston's 50 most powerful women by Boston Magazine, Eve Bridburg is an at-large agent with Zachary Shuster Harmsworth and the founder and Executive Director of Grub Street, Inc., Boston's premier literary arts center.
As a literary agent, Eve has developed, edited and sold a wide range of books to a variety of major publishers. Her nonfiction titles include Donovan Campbell's New York Times bestseller Joker One: A Marine Platoon's Story of Courage, Leadership, and Brotherhood (Random House); Blogger Matt Logelin's New York Times bestseller Two Kisses for Maddy (Grand Central); psychologist Anthony Rao's The Way of Boys (William Morrow); world-renowned obesity expert Jim Levine's Move a Little, Lose a Lot: New NEAT Science Reveals How to Be Thinner, Happier, and Smarter (Crown); Reverend Ed Bacon's 8 Habits of Love (Grand Central) and Dr. Donna Pincus's Growing Up Brave (Little Brown). Her fiction titles include Kirsten Menger-Anderson's critically acclaimed short story collection, Doctor Olaf Van Schuler's Brain (Algonquin), Ann Garvin's On Maggie's Watch (Berkley Books Penguin), and Len Rosen's Edgar Nominated thriller All Cry Chaos (Permanent Press).
Eve has presented on publishing, the future of publishing, and on what it takes to build a literary arts center at numerous national conferences, including the Whidbey Island Writers Conference, The Sanibel Island Writers Conference, Writers at Work in Utah and AWP. Before starting Grub Street, Eve attended Boston University's Writing program on a teaching fellowship, farmed in Oregon, ran an international bookstore in Prague and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with awards for academic excellence in Philosophy and Religion from Colgate University.