Seven Stories Has "Quiet" 2006 After Vonnegut Title Carried 2005

December 2006
Book Publishing Report;12/4/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 47, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the business developments of Seven Stories Press Inc. in New York City. According to Dan Simon, the company had strong sales with "A Man Without a Country," by Kurt Vonnegut which sold 250,000 copies in 2005. In September, the company had acquired Amy Scholder, who worked as the publisher of Verso and City Lights, as the new editor-in-chief. The company has also expecting two titles from Martin Garbus and Camelia Entekahbifard to perform well in 2007.


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