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Whiting Foundation
Client: Whiting Foundation

Broadside PR launches an advice column with LitHub

September 15, 2016


Over at Literary Hub, Broadside PR has launched an advice column titled "Ask the Publicist."

Whiting Foundation
Client: Whiting Foundation

The Whiting Foundation awards $50k to 8 professors using humanities to enrich our lives

April 15, 2016


The Whiting Foundation introduces the the first class of Whiting Public Engagement Fellows in the humanities. Each Fellow receives $50,000 to pursue a public-facing project.

The Horse
Client: FSG

Wendy Williams’ THE HORSE is a Wall Street Journal Best Book of 2015

December 15, 2015


The Wall Street Journal calls Wendy Williams' The Horse one of the best nonfiction books of year 2015. 

Client: Viking

The Atlantic lists HOW MUSIC GOT FREE as a Best Book of 2015

December 15, 2015


The Atlantic's Spencer Kornhaber calls How Music Got Free one of his favorie books of the year, writing, "Reading How Music Got Free makes you wonder about the physical spaces in which the next cultural-technological shift is being born right now—by flesh-and-blood people who someday will need a journalist like Witt to tell the story of what they’ve done" 

Client: Viking

HOW MUSIC GOT FREE named a Slate 2015 Gift Pick

December 15, 2015


Stephen Witt's How Music Got Free was recognized by Slate as a holiday gift for "anyone who likes to go behind the scenes of anything, not specifically music."

Client: Greening the Global Economy by Robert Pollin

Robert Pollin, author of GREENING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY, pens op-ed for QZ

December 15, 2015


Robert Pollin provides a clear plan for meeting global emissions goals at QZ.

Client: Greening the Global Economy by Robert Pollin

Robert Pollin interviewed by The American Prospect

November 15, 2015


Robert Pollin, author of Greening hte Global Economy, discussed fighting global warming and boosting employment worldwide with The American Prospect.

Client: Viking

HOW MUSIC GOT FREE is a Washington Post Notable Nonfiction pick

November 15, 2015


How Music Got Free: The End of an Industry, the Turn of the Century, and the Patient Zero of Piracy by Stephen Witt is a Washington Post Notable Nonfiction pick for 2015.

Client: Greening the Global Economy by Robert Pollin

Robert Pollin gives reasons why we can and must fight terrorism & poverty through climate action

November 15, 2015


Robert Pollin, the author of Greening the Global Economy, penned a piece for Grist magazine on the four reasons we can and must fight terrorism and poverty through climate action, including green growth will generate millions of jobs and small-scale distributed energy systems can flourish. 

The Food Lab
Client: W.W. Norton

Kenji Lopez-Alt Interviewed on NPR’s Here & Now

November 15, 2015


Kenji Lopez-Alt, author of The Food Lab, joins Robin Young at NPR's Here & Now to discuss some of his favorite kitchen experiments. 

The Horse
Client: FSG


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