Haylie Pomroy's new book Cooking for a Fast Metabolism debuts on Good Morning America

Watch it here.

New deals up on Publishers Marketplace

Non-fiction: Health

Author of THE POWER OF WHEN Michael Breus PhD and author of TWO TURNS FROM ZERO and founding master instructor of Soul Cycle Stacey Griffith's EXHAUSTED? DISCOVER YOUR PERSONALIZED POWER PROFILE AND GO FROM DRAGGING ASS TO KICKING IT, a guide to beating fatigue, maximizing energy, and living your best and happiest life using the principles of chronobiology, metabolic body type, and simple movements, to Tracy Behar at Little, Brown Spark, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).

Non-fiction: Parenting 

Berkeley PhD and NPR correspondent Michaeleen Doucleff's HUNT, GATHER, PARENT, a parenting manifesto based on the author's investigative research and viral articles on the child rearing practices of ancient humans and soon to be its own dedicated multiplatform series, to Jofie Ferrari-Adler at Avid Reader Press, in a major deal, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).
UK rights to Ed Faulkner at Harper Nonfiction, at auction; rights also to Koesel (GERMANY), in a pre-empt, by Sebastian Ritscher at Mohrbooks; to Grijalbo (SPAIN), at auction, by Aida Tarragona at MB Agency; to Rizzoli (ITALY), at auction, by Stefania Fietta at Donzelli Fietta; and to Bruna (NETHERLANDS), by Willem Bisseling at Sebes & Bisseling; on behalf of Alex Glass.

Children's: Middle Grade Fiction 

Caroline Hickey's THE GEOGRAPHY OF GINNY P, the story of an opinionated and funny 10-year-old geography fanatic navigating summer in a new town, missing her deployed dad, and bursting with the challenges and rewards of being a little bit different, filled with geography facts and illustrated with maps and landmarks, to Christy Ottaviano at Christy Ottaviano Books, at auction, in a two-book deal, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).

Graphic Novel

Comic book writer and cultural critic David Walker with illustrator Marcus Kwame Anderson's THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY, a history presenting the cultural and political impact of the revolutionary organization, using illustrated profiles, essays, and comic book-style retellings to capture major events, people, and actions; and BIG JIM AND THE WHITE BOY, pitched as a flip-the-script reimagining of THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN in graphic novel format, told from escaped slave Jim's point of view as he seeks retribution for the trauma and injustices of slavery, to Patrick Barb at Ten Speed Press, in a two-book deal, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (world).


Michaeleen Doucleff's essay "Turn Your Demanding Child Into a Productive Co-Worker," taken from her upcoming book Hunt, Gather, Parent, is in The New York Times

Read it here.

Robert Glazer's Elevate is a National Bestseller

Elevate hits the Wall Street Journal (#6) and USA TODAY (#46) lists for the week of October 10th.

Jon Gordon and Damon West's The Coffee Bean is a National Bestseller

The Coffee Bean hits the Wall Street Journal (#2), Publishers Weekly (#6), and USA TODAY (#70) lists for the week of July 15!

Pam Grossman's "Here's What Being A Witch Really Means" essay is the Rites of Passage column in The New York Times

Read it here.

GLM clients headline at Book Expo 2019

Marcy Dermansky signs galleys of the very buzzy Very Nice to long lines at the Librarians' Lounge, read about it here. Da Chen headlines the Children's Book & Author Breakfast with luminaries Lupita Nyong'o, Tomi Adeyemi, and Eoin Colfer, talking about Girl Under A Red Moon.  Read about it here.

Blake J. Harris's The History of the Future is a National Bestseller

The History of the Future hits the USA TODAY, Publishers Weekly, and Amazon Charts lists for the Week of April 14, 2019!

David F. Walker, Damon Smyth, and Marissa Louise's The Life of Frederick Douglass graphic novel launches with a feature in the Washington Post

Read it here.

Katherine Marsh's Nowhere Boy publishes to wide acclaim

New York Times best children's book of 2018Washington Post best children's book of 2018a Chicago Public Library best book of 2018, an Amazon best book of the month, a People Magazine August 2018 Kid Pick, a feature in Washington Post Kids Posta feature on NPR's Morning Edition, a rave in the New York Times Book Reviewstarred reviews in Kirkus, School Library Journal, Publishers Weeklyand BCCB.