We’re humbled by the backing of Soho Press and editor Juliet Grames.
They’ve offered three new rewards for donations to our Go Fund Me project!
- For $500: Juliet will personally critique a query letter and the first 50 pages of a manuscript (3 available).
- For $1500: Juliet will write you an editor’s memo for your entire crime novel. (1 available)
- For $175: Soho will donate the complete Passport to Crime collection--21 titles (The first books in 21 series set around the world; here are the titles: sohopress.com/series/passport-to-crime-series/) (10 available!)
Huge thanks to all at Soho Press publishers of: Martin Limón, Cara Black, Tim Hallinan, John Straley, David Downing, Colin Cotterill and many, many other fine writers.
Juliet Grames is Associate Publisher at Soho Press, where for the past six years she has acquired and edited the Soho Crime imprint of international and multicultural crime fiction. Over her twelve years in publishing, she has edited a wide range of fiction and nonfiction. She is famous for her ruthless ten-page editorial memos and, perhaps as a result, she has many fictional villains named after or inspired by her. Juliet likes noodles, martinis, pie, and the color green. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her fiance, Paul Oliver, publisher of Syndicate Books, in a one-bedroom apartment that contains 16 bookcases and still has piles of books all over the floor everywhere. She has never had the privilege of working at an independent bookstore like SMB, but before moving to book editorial she spent five years working at her local Borders, so bookstores are very precious to her.