Restless Books Director of Marketing Nathan Rostron is Today’s Honoree

NathanRostronI’m the Director of Marketing at Restless Books, a new digital publisher of international literature. Restless seeks to enlarge the horizons of readers by bringing them great books and important stories from around the world at a time when international borders are at their most porous and digital publishing is expanding the possibilities of reading and global citizenship.

Previously, I was the literary editor at Bookish, a book discovery site that launched February 2013, featuring original content about new and notable books and authors, retail of books in all formats from all major publishers, a unique, expert-curated recommendation engine and user-generated virtual bookshelves.

Prior to Bookish, I was an Assistant Editor at Little, Brown and Company, where I worked alongside Editor-in-Chief Judy Clain from 2007 to 2012.  I have done extensive editorial work on many Little, Brown titles, several of which have been bestsellers and award-winners (see my Books Edited list).

I earned a Master’s degree in English and Fiction Writing from the University of Texas at Austin, where I received a James A. Michener Scholarship.  At UT, I was the editor of the newly founded national literary magazine Bat City Review, where I published writers including Colm Tóibín, Patrick McGrath, James Tate, Billy Collins, Mahmoud Darwish, George Saunders and Aimee Bender.

As a freelance book editor, I bring my publishing expertise to bear as well as my experience being “on the other side of the desk” as a writer. I assist writers at all stages of their careers, from aspiring novelists to journalists and memoirists working on their first books to established authors of fiction and nonfiction.

Visit Nathan Rostron for more information.

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