Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Good Morning America has selected
Hitchcock and Earth From Above
for their Coffee Table Book Round-up
The segment will air on Monday, December 20th between 8:30 and 9:00am EST.

Earth From Above, Tenth Anniversary Edition; Abrams; October; $60.00
Publicist: Jennifer Brunn, x. 1257; Marketing: Ashley Rich, x. 1203
ISBN: 978-0-8109-9693-9

Hitchcock, Piece by Piece
Publicist: Katrina Weidknecht, x.8812; Marketing: Ashley Rich, x. 1203
ISBN: 978-0-8109-9601-4

Dogs in Washington Post

By Tim Flach

Was featured in this past Sunday’s
Washington Post Holiday Gift Guide
The piece included a huge photo from the book

Circulation: 797,679!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

The Year's Best Cookbooks

Both India Cookbook (ISBN: 9780714859026) and The Book of Tapas (ISBN: 9780714856131) from Phaidon Press have been featured in The New York Times (circ. 951,063) annual cookbook round-up. Both cookbooks are prominently featured in the photograph that ran on the front page of the Dining section yesterday (12/8). Both books received excellent praise:

On India Cookbook "Wave upon wave of recipes that illustrate the enormous creativity of Indian cooks"

On The Book of Tapas "Irrestistible for many reasons [...] It is summer cooking bound between sunny covers."
See the article here:

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Michael Buckley

Bestselling author MICHAEL BUCKLEY, author of the hit book series THE SISTERS GRIMM and NERDS, has terrific new Cartoon Network show called ROBOTOMY. It has been a quick hit. New Episodes air Mondays at 8:45 est/7:45c.

From MTV Geek:
“Robotomy” is about Thrasher and Blastus, two teenage best-friends who happen to be killer robots. They just want to fit in, be popular, find love, shoot old people into space – you know, typical teenage stuff. The problem is they live on the planet Insanus where feelings are bad and destruction is fun. Their teachers at Harry S. Apocalypse High are determined to turn them into interplanetary conquerors, or to destroy them in the process. In this regard, it’s not much different than your typical American high-school.
The show is up for’s best shows of the year! Please vote using this link: