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Business strategy consultant Robbie Kellman Baxter's The Membership Economy: Moving Your Business Model From Ownership to Access, based on more than a decade advising major corporations including eBay/PayPal, Netflix, Oracle and many others on their subscription-based business models, offering specific frameworks and tactics to help reinvent any kind of business into one where customers are evangelists, revenues are predictable and smooth, and sales, retention and acquisition run on a virtuous cycle, to Donya Dickerson and Mary Glenn at McGraw-Hill.
Economic historian and author of The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America and The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger, Marc Levinson's The Year It All Went South, examining the many global trend lines that shifted in the early 1970s and how those shifts reverberate well into the present day, at auction in a good deal, to Alex Littlefield at Basic Books.
Stanford health psychologist, TED Global speaker, and international bestselling author of The Willpower Instinct Kelly McGonigal Ph.D.'s The Upside of Stress, teaching how mastering and using stress is actually the key to our well-being, in a major deal, again to Megan Newman at Penguin/Avery.
Austin Center for Design Director Jon Kolko's Great Products By Design, demonstrating his proven method for using design thinking to guide the entire product strategy process and create powerful, emotionally resonant offerings, at auction in a very nice deal, to Jeff Kehoe at Harvard Business Review Press.
New York Times bestselling author of Steal Like an Artist Austin Kleon's Show Your Work! How to Share What You Do With the World, teaching how to think about your work (art, business, anything!) as a never-ending process, build meaningful relationships by sharing that process, deal with the ups and downs of putting your work out in the world, and influence others by letting them steal from you, in a significant deal, again to Bruce Tracy at Workman Publishing.
Suburban mom, Zen Buddhist priest, and author of Momma Zen and Hand Wash Cold Karen Maezen Miller's Paradise in Plain Sight: The Way of the Zen Gardner, using the lessons she learned from owning and tending Southern California's oldest private Japanese garden to illustrate how a seeker becomes a sage, and showing readers how to cultivate the ground beneath their own feet, in a nice deal, again to Georgia Hughes at New World Library.
Visual thinking guru and author of The Back of the Napkin and Blah Blah Blah Dan Roam's Show & Tell: How Everybody Can Make Extraordinary Presentations, teaching readers how to use his unique visual thinking tools and techniques to increase business and personal success, in a significant deal, again to Adrian Zackheim at Penguin/Portfolio.
Bible Belt atheist-turned-spiritual seeker, religious blogger, and subject of the reality TV show "Minor Revisions," Jennifer Fulwiler's Something Other Than God, a memoir about her conversion to Catholicism, at auction in a very nice deal, to Mark Brumley at Ignatius Press.
Noted finance and investing blogger (www.psyfitec.com), frequently featured on leading finance sites including Abnormal Returns, Business Insider, FT Alphaville and Ritholtz.com, Tim Richards' The Logical Investor, on behavioral bias and investing psychology, at auction to Laura Walsh at Wiley.
Whimsical cartoonist, Smithsonian and Forbes visual blogger, and author of Indexed Jessica Hagy's How to be Interesting: You Don't Have to be Wealthy to Lead a Rich Life, a funny, thought-provoking guide to finding one's personal route through life, based on her Forbes column that has already been viewed on-line nearly a million times and shared on Facebook and Twitter over 50,000 times, at auction in a very nice deal to Bruce Tracy at Workman.
One of Fast Company's "100 Most Creative People in Business," co-author of Gamestorming, and presenter of one of the 50 most viewed TED Talks, visual thinking and creativity consultant Sunni Brown's The Doodle Revolution, a guide to help even the most non-visual person use the power of the pen to clarify and visualize complex concepts, solve business problems faster and elevate cognitive performance, at auction in a significant deal to Adrian Zackheim at Penguin/Portfolio.
Writer, artist and creator of Newspaper Blackout Austin Kleon's Steal Like An Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told Me About The Creative Life, based on his speech to art students that became a viral sensation on-line with more than 1.2 million pageviews, at auction in a very nice deal to Bruce Tracy at Workman.
Culture journalist Mark Cohen's Overweight Sensation: The Life and Comedy of Allan Sherman, the first full-length biography of one of America's greatest comedians, a coarse voice singing off-key about seltzer, the garment industry, and why being a knight wasn't really so great (aluminum pants), for publication in time for the 50th anniversary of Sherman's greatest hit, "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh," to Stephen Hull at the University Press of New England.
Former Microsoft executive, fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, and author of More Than Human Ramez Naam's The Infinite Resource, arguing that the most valuable resource on earth is our capacity for expanding human knowledge and exploring mankind's past leaps in understanding to find the keys to overcoming the enormous challenges we face today, to Stephen Hull at the University Press of New England.
CUNY/Hunter College professor Andrew J. Polsky, Ph.D.'s Elusive Victory: Why Presidents Fail at War, a penetrating work of history and political analysis examining the multiple dimensions of wartime presidential leadership and making the insightful, surprising argument that American presidents have repeatedly failed as wartime leaders, to Tim Bent at Oxford University Press.
"Senior Fake Scientist" Phil Edwards' Fake Science 101: For When the Facts Are Too Confusing, based on his popular Fake Science blog, a faux textbook covering everything the average person should pretend to know, providing a laugh-out-loud tour of all the subjects you cheated on in school, to Brendan O'Neill at Adams Media.
Executive Director of the Institute for the Future Marina Gorbis' The Nature of the Future, explaining the new organizational landscape and offering a practical roadmap for the transition from the era of hierarchies to the era of networks, at auction in a good deal to Emily Loose at Simon & Schuster/Free Press.
Strategy consultant, visual thinking guru and author of The Back of the Napkin and Unfolding the Napkin Dan Roam's Blah Blah Blah: What to Do When Words Don't Work, explaining why it is essential to use both visual AND verbal thinking to understand and communicate ideas in business, politics and life, and presenting his unique, groundbreaking toolkit for Visual-Verbal Interdependent Thinking, in a significant deal, again to Adrian Zackheim and Courtney Young at Penguin/Portfolio.
Associate Director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School Paul Epstein M.D. and science journalist Dan Ferber's Changing Planet, Changing Health, examining the full range of global warming's damaging health effects and proposing a comprehensive array of innovative measures to ease them, to Hannah Love at the University of California Press.
Historian and former Landmarks Preservation Commission staffer Anthony Robins's Guidebook to Art Deco New York, an illustrated guide with step-by-step tours of New York City's lovingly restored Art Deco architectural treasures, based on the author's popular lectures and walking tours, to James Peltz at SUNY Press.
Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.'s, The Willpower Instinct, based on her wildly popular course and Psychology Today blog of the same name, explaining the new science of self-control that is emerging from psychology, neuroscience, medicine and economics to shatter long-standing myths and help readers create environments that boost their willpower and master practical strategies for self-control without suffering, at auction in a significant deal to Rachel Holtzman at Penguin/Avery.
National journalist Peter Savodnik's The Interloper: Lee Harvey Oswald Inside The Soviet Perplex, a compelling, carefully reported historical account of Oswald's two-and-a-half years seeking asylum in the Soviet Union, demonstrating that his experience reflected powerful emotional and political currents already coursing through the American consciousness, to Lara Heimert at Perseus/Basic Books.
Air Force interrogator, Bronze Star Medal winner and author of How to Break a Terrorist Matthew Alexander's Kill or Capture, a true-life thriller that tells the story of his breathless, "outside the wire" pursuit of the notorious mass murderer behind Al Qaida in Iraq's suicide bombing campaign, to Marc Resnick at St. Martin's Press.
Stanford mathematician and NPR's "Math Guy" Keith Devlin's The Man of Numbers: Fibonacci's Arithmetic Revolution, the great untold story of how a 12th Century Italian mathematician brought Arabic numbers to the West, triggering revolutions in everything from banking to the age of exploration to architecture, at auction to George Gibson at Bloomsbury USA.
Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Marc Levinson's The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America, an insightful look at the birth of mega-retailing and the modern consumer economy, by the author of The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger, at auction to Thomas LeBien at Farrar, Straus & Giroux/Hill & Wang.
Christian Science Monitor reporter Matt Shaer's Among Righteous Men: A Tale of Vigilantes and Vindication in Hasidic Crown Heights, an unflinching account of the bitter, on-going feud in Crown Heights between two rival Hasidic vigilante groups, to Eric Nelson at John Wiley & Sons.
Anova Consulting Group President Richard Schroder's From a Good Sales Call to a Great Sales Call, with a foreword by Stephan Schiffman, presenting his innovative win/loss analysis and training program for salespeople to gather meaningful feedback and learn from lost opportunities so next time they close the sale, used by Fidelity, ADP, Schwab and many others, to Donya Dickerson at McGraw-Hill.
Technology and policy analyst Sonia Arrison's 100 Plus: Getting Ready for the Coming Age of Longevity, with a foreword by PayPal founder and longevity research philanthropist Peter Thiel, exploring the implications of our increasing lifespans -- and healthspans -- and explaining how nearly every aspect of our financial, family, religious, and environmental outlooks will need reshaping, in a pre-empt to Amanda Moon at Basic Books/Perseus.
All-American mom, Zen Buddhist priest and author of Momma Zen Karen Maezen Miller's Hand Wash Cold: Care Instructions for an Ordinary Life, an inspirational guide to practical spirituality for anyone seeking transformative insights in the midst of his or her everyday life, to Georgia Hughes at New World Library.
Jennifer "Kasey Bomber" Barbee and NPR host Alex "Axles of Evil" Cohen's Down & Derby: The Insider's Guide To Roller Derby, an illustrated celebration of the history and recent resurgence of the explosive sport, to Denise Oswald in her first acquisition as Editorial Director at Soft Skull Press/Counterpoint.
Hewlett-Packard economist Kay-Yut Chen and science journalist Marina Krakovsky's Secrets of the Moneylab: Lab-Tested Wisdom from the New Science of Business, with a foreword by Nobel Prize-winning economist George Akerlof, explaining the practical implications of behavioral economics and offering useful, real-world lessons such as how to deal with irrationality in ourselves and others, use incentives to manage risk and predict the unpredictable, and overcome all-or-nothing thinking, in a two-day auction to David Moldawer at Portfolio/Penguin.
Professional investment advisor and finance commentator Charles Farrell's Your Money Ratios: The Eight Essential Tools for Financial Success, for the first time applying the business concept of key accounting ratios to personal finance and creating eight unique "personal finance ratios" to fundamentally change how individuals manage their financial lives and move them from laborer to capitalist, to Megan Newman at Penguin/Avery.
Strategy consultant, visual thinking guru and author of The Back of the Napkin Dan Roam's Unfolding the Napkin, a workbook providing hands-on lessons, case-studies and detailed examples to put into practice his unique approach to visual problem solving, again to Branda Maholtz and Adrian Zackheim at Penguin/Portfolio.
Former tech CEO and VC, founder of finance community site itulip.com, and author of the prescient Harper's Magazine February cover article "The Next Bubble: Priming the markets for tomorrow's big crash," Eric Janszen's The New New Deal, explaining the roots and complexities of the current financial and economic crisis and the fundamental restructuring that is the only hope to restore our economic strength, in a major pre-empt on the eve of a crowded auction to Adrian Zackheim and Tim Sullivan at Portfolio/Penguin Group.
Lawyer Boy author Rick Lax's Las Vegas memoir Fool Me Once, an investigation into the meaning of honesty and deception, from discussing epistemology with his philosophy professor to ingratiating himself with the impersonators and illusionists who populate America's Sin City, all to find out if his own life is just one big lie, again to David Moldawer at St. Martin's Press.
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine professors Yuan Wang and Warren Sheir and health writer Mika Ono's Ancient Wisdom, Modern Kitchen: Recipes from the East for Health, Healing and Long Life, bringing ancient Asian practices of cooking with healing herbs and other therapeutic foods to Western palates and kitchens, at auction to Renée Sedliar at Da Capo Lifelong Books/Perseus Books.
Serial "green" entrepreneur Scott Cooney's The Ecopreneur's Guide to Starting a Green Business, a comprehensive how-to guide for seasoned entrepreneurs moving into sustainable commerce as well as environmentally concerned young people starting their first business, including scores of green business ideas and essential tips on getting started, at auction to Lauren Lynch at McGraw-Hill.
Film rights to Pulitzer-finalists Steve Suo and Erin Hoover Barnett's Drug of Choice, based on their Oregonian newspaper series on the meth epidemic, intertwining stories of a DEA bureaucrat's solitary attempt to halt the spread of meth, the pharma lobbyists and politicians who undermined his effort, the traffickers who continue to feed this global problem, and the impact on one family that has lived out the consequences, to HBO for Michael DeLuca Productions.
Reno, Nevada schoolteacher Tierney Cahill and Linden Gross' Ms. Cahill for Congress, the inspirational story of a teacher and single mother who ran for Congress on a dare from her sixth grade students and won the primary election (the basis for the forthcoming movie "Class Act" starring Halle Berry), in a three-day auction to Julia Cheiffetz at Random House Ballantine.
Personal branding expert Peter Montoya and Tim Vandehey's The Brand Called You, originally self-published to sales of more than 65,000 copies worldwide, with a revised and expanded four-step Personal Branding program for self-employed professionals and entrepreneurs, at auction to Lauren Lynch at McGraw-Hill.
Stanford mathematician and NPR's "Math Guy," Keith Devlin, Ph.D.'s Foresight: Pascal, Fermat and the Birth of Probability Theory, about the 1654 letter from French mathematician Blaise Pascal to his colleague and countryman Pierre De Fermat, which outlined the basic principles of probability theory and would forever change business, politics, warfare, science, engineering, medicine, sport, and many other aspects of everyday life, in a pre-empt to Bill Frucht at Basic Books/Perseus for the Basic Ideas series.
Chef Laura Stec and San Jose State University meteorology professor Eugene Cordero Ph.D.'s The Global Warming Diet: Cool Recipes for a Hot Planet, mixing scientific fact and culinary art to help home cooks make smart food choices in key areas that effect climate change, in a pre-empt to Gibbs Smith at Gibbs Smith Publishers.
Former L.A. Times and St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Kristina Sauerwein's Invisible Chains: Shawn Hornbeck and the Kidnapping Case that Shook the Nation, the intertwined stories of kidnapper Michael Devlin, Shawn Hornbeck, the boy he kept captive in plain sight for four years, and Ben Ownby, whose brief kidnapping this year led to Devlin's capture, including analysis of the psychological and sociological influences that compelled Hornbeck to avoid rescue, to Ronnie Gramazio at Lyons Press.
Geographer and artist Trevor Paglen's Blank Spots on a Map: State Secrets, Hidden Landscapes, and the Pentagon's Black World, a globe trotting investigation of the Black Empire of secrecy run by the U.S. military, other agencies and private companies, tracing its growth from the Manhattan Project through the current War on Terror, interviewing people inside these blank patches of Google Earth, and showing how it threatens the democracy it purports to defend, in a pre-empt to Stephen Morrow at Dutton/Penguin.
The first two 826 Valencia Guides on Writing Memoir and Writing Fiction, edited by Jenny Traig, with an introduction by Dave Eggers, and featuring contributions from Anthony Swofford, Caroline Kraus, Elizabeth Gilbert, James McManus, Jonathan Ames, Paul Collins, Phillip Lopate, Rebecca Walker, Rich Cohen, Steve Almond, Tobias Wolff and many more, at auction to Sarah Knight at Henry Holt & Co.
Internet sensation Jessica Hagy's whimsical, insightful graphs, charts, and diagrams of everyday life, Indexed: Cramming Life Into Neat Little Boxes, in a pre-empt to Jeff Galas at Viking Studio/Penguin.
Credit repair expert and frequent TV personal finance commentator Erica Sandberg's Expecting Money: The Before-Baby Financial Guide for New Families, the first complete money manual written exclusively for parents-to-be, to Shannon Berning at Kaplan Publishing.
Reinhard Engels' The No S Diet, written with Ben Kallen, presenting his folksy, practical and effective new weight loss method, in a pre-empt to Marian Lizzi at Perigee/Penguin.
The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS: Solving Crimes with Mathematics, the official companion book to the hit prime-time TV crime series NUMB3RS, by acclaimed popular mathematics writer Keith Devlin (known to millions of NPR listeners as "The Math Guy" on NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday with Scott Simon) and Gary Lorden (chairman of the Caltech mathematics department and the principal math advisor to the TV show), explaining the actual mathematical techniques used by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to catch and convict criminals, at auction to David Cashion at Plume/Penguin Group, and Japanese rights to Diamond.
Author of The Cult of Mac and Wired News Managing Editor Leander Kahney's Chairman Steve's Little White Book: the Leadership Secrets of Steve Jobs, an unauthorized look at Steve Jobs' principles for building killer products, attracting fanatically loyal customers and managing some of the world’s most powerful brands, showing readers how to be a better leader, manager and entrepreneur, at auction to Adrian Zackheim Portfolio/Penguin. Japanese rights to Random House Kodansha, complex Chinese rights to Cite Publishing, simple Chinese rights to Renmin University Press, Brazilian rights to Ediouro, and German rights to Finanzbuch Verlag.
A.C. Kemp's The Perfect Insult for Every Occasion, a brassy, sophisticated anti-etiquette guide, written with the poisoned pen of a pampered, high society grande dame with anecdotes to share and axes to grind, an arch commentary on language and a foul-mouthed parody of etiquette books, to Jennifer Kushnier at Adams Media.
USA Today editorial board member Richard Whitmire's Boy Troubles: Rescuing Boys from Their Academic Slide, a provocative investigation of the crisis in boys' education and their downward spiral of worsening school performance, diminishing college prospects and reduced career opportunities, questioning the conventional wisdom, identifying the core reasons for this decline, and offering solutions that are already working in several schools around the country, at auction to Charlie Conrad at Broadway Books/Random House.
Strategy consultant and visual thinking guru Dan Roam's The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems with Pictures, offering unique creativity and visual thinking tools to help readers develop new ideas, solve problems in unexpected ways, and dramatically improve their ability to share their insights with others, at auction to Adrian Zackheim at Portfolio/Penguin.
Complex Chinese rights to 50 Simple Ways to Live a Longer Life, to Trio Publications via Mei Yao at Chinese Connection Agency.
Film and television rights to Bob Welch's American Nightingale: The Story of Frances Slanger, Forgotten Heroine of Normandy, to Sal Chala at Relentless Entertainment.
University of Michigan medical researchers Gary Huffnagle, Ph.D., and Mairi Noverr, Ph.D., and bestselling health writer Sarah Wernick's The Probiotics Revolution: Using Beneficial Bacteria to Fight Inflammation and Chronic Disease – and Live a Longer, Healthier Life, offering the latest scientific information about probiotics along with comprehensive guidance on how to include them as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle, at auction in a six-figure deal to Toni Burbank at Bantam/Random House. Dutch rights to Thoeris in a pre-empt, via Internationaal Literatuur Bureau B.V. and mainland Chinese rights to Thinkingdom Media Group, via Big Apple Agency.
Jack-of-all-trades James Rogauskas' Office Haiku, the first book to tackle the absurdities of the modern workplace in poetry, in the tradition of the Dilbert empire and books like Haikus for Jews and Cat Haiku, to John Parsley at Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's Press.
Science journalist Susan Freinkel's A Perfect Tree: The Death and Rebirth of the American Chestnut, examining the questions "What happens when a species vanishes? Once gone, can it be brought back?" and showing how the death and potential rebirth of this once grand tree continues to reflect, as well as shape, our relationship to nature, to Blake Edgar at University of California Press.
Chuck Acquisto's Dear Nick: Letters of Success, a touching and inspirational collection of letters of advice to a young boy from a wide range of famous individuals, including sports legends, U.S. Presidents, beloved entertainers and more (including many handwritten letters and works of art), at auction to Jennifer Kasius at Running Press/Perseus Books. The author's proceeds will be donated to The Good Tidings Foundation, a San Francisco-based charity that awards service scholarships to underprivileged students.
Linguist Craig Conley's The Dictionary of One-Letter Words, a surprising and fascinating compendium of 1,000+ definitions of the 26 letters of the alphabet and an essential desk companion for puzzle lovers, wordsmiths, trivia buffs, know-it-alls, armchair linguists and all kinds of word lovers, in an aggressive pre-empt to Alison Callahan at HarperCollins.
All-American mom and Zen Buddhist priest Karen Maezen Miller's Mother Zen: Small Consolations on the Bumpy Road to Bliss, an intimate and inspiring guide to the Zen wisdom found in the everyday lessons of early motherhood, at auction to Eden Steinberg for Shambhala Books' new Trumpeter imprint.
Father and son team of organic farmer Terry Harrison and journalist Laird Harrison's Fresh: How Local Food Can Save the American Meal, a thoughtful, balanced investigation of the ways that globalization is changing what we eat ("Fast Food Nation for the supermarket tomato"), at auction to Antonia Fusco at Algonquin Books/Workman Publishing.
Stanford professor, author of 21 books including The Millennium Problems and The Math Gene, and best known as "The Math Guy" on NPR Weekend Edition Keith Devlin's The Math Instinct: The Amazing Mathematical Abilities of Animals and All of Us, celebrating every species' innate math sense and giving even the most number-phobic readers greater confidence in their own mathematical abilities, at auction to John Oakes at Thunder's Mouth Press/Avalon Publishing as the lead title for their Spring 2005 list.
Oprah-blurbed Zen teacher and author of The Parent's Tao Te Ching, The Sage's Tao Te Ching, and The Couple's Tao Te Ching William Martin's A Path and A Practice, an innovative new translation of the Tao revealing it as not just a collection of wise insights but as a cohesive guide to our spiritual path, to Matthew Lore at Marlowe & Co./Avalon Publishing.
Science journalist Suzanne Bohan Thompson and Glen Thompson's 50 Simple Ways to Live a Longer Life, a concise, empowering book presenting the latest scientific insights on how to achieve a long, healthful life, to Peter Lynch at Sourcebooks.
Michigan State American Studies professor and author of Decade of Disaster Ann Larabee Ph.D's The Dynamite Fiend: The Chilling Tale of a Confederate Spy, Con Artist, and Mass Murderer, a historical true crime story about a former Confederate secret service agent who later went on to terrorize the Atlantic shipping lanes and caused one of the bloodiest catastrophes of the nineteenth century, to Brendan O'Malley at Palgrave/St. Martin's Press (U.S.) and Dan Soucoup at Nimbus (Canada).
Investigative journalist Nena Baker's Human Pollution: The Body Burden, the first comprehensive look at the toxins that permeate the environment and each of us - and what we can do about them - to Denise Oswald at North Point Press/Farrar, Straus & Giroux.
TV interior design guru (14 year veteran of HGTV, Oprah and ABC-TV's "The Home Show") Kitty Bartholomew and journalist Kathy Price-Robinson's Kitty Bartholomew's Decorating ABC's: Affordable, Beautiful and Comfortable Decor for Real People Living With Real Budgets, to Ellen Phillips at Rodale Books.
Author of four novels, editor of the new anthology Politically Inspired, and McSweeney's poker columnist Stephen Elliott's Looking Forward to It: An Inside Account From the Outside of the 2004 Presidential Election, a kaleidoscopic "new new journalism" look at the presidential race (part "on the bus" and part "in the car"), building on his campaign articles in The Believer and Newsday, to Josh Kendall at Picador USA/St. Martin's Press.
Technologist Ramez Naam's More Than Human: How Biotechnology Is Transforming Us and Why We Should Embrace It, a popular science book that takes readers into the biotech labs that are perfecting controversial technologies that give us the power to transform the human race - from cloning and genetic engineering to life-extension techniques and brain-computer interfaces - and offers the provocative thesis that we should embrace these advances instead of fearing them, at auction to Becky Cole at Broadway Books/Random House.
Reason Magazine science correspondent Ron Bailey's Liberation Biology: The Scientific and Moral Case for the Biotech Revolution, making the case that biogenetic research and the powerful new technologies it engenders should be encouraged and embraced, not feared and resisted, for the future well-being of humanity and our planet, to Steven Mitchell at Prometheus Books.
Dermatologist Adnan Nasir M.D., Ph.D. and journalist Priscilla Burgess's Eczema Free: The Complete Guide to Controlling Eczema, reflecting the latest research on eczema's underlying genetic causes, debunking myths such as the effect of diet on the malady, and offering new techniques to help sufferers, to Megan Newman and Nick Darrell at HarperResource/HarperCollins Publishers.
Medical ethicist, professor of health policy at Trinity College, and leading transhumanist thinker James Hughes Ph.D.'s Cyborg Democracy: Free, Equal and United in the Posthuman World, a groundbreaking work of social and political commentary challenging both the "bioLuddism" of conservatives such as Leon Kass and Francis Fukuyama and the libertarian enthusiasm for unbridled human enhancement, to Karl Yambert at Westview Press/Perseus Books.
Data and security expert (and author of four patents for information-gathering technology) Amanda Welsh Ph.D.'s The Identity Theft Protection Guide, a comprehensive consumer guide to help families guard themselves against identity theft and protect their computer security and personal privacy in the information age, to Ethan Friedman at St. Martin's Press.
Shape Magazine columnist Courtney Rubin's The Weight-Loss Diaries, a memoir of her daily struggles with weight, the challenges and triumphs of taking up marathon running, and her larger efforts to keep food and weight issues from consuming her life, to Michele Pezzuti at Contemporary Books/McGraw-Hill.
Jennifer Lee's anthology Paris In Mind: Three Centuries of Americans Writing About Paris, a literary valentine to the City of Light, with sections devoted to love and seduction, gastronomy, the art of living, and the love-hate Franco-American relationship, to Andrew Miller at Vintage Books/Random House.
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