KELLY GALLUCCI – Editor
Kelly oversees the original editorial content for Bookish. She creates Q&As with bestselling authors like Isaac Marion and Lauren Beukes, as well as curated booklists—several of which, including "50 Lost Manuscripts" and "Writers With Non-Writing Degrees," have been picked up by The Huffington Post. Kelly received her B.A. in English Writing from Marist College and her M.A. in Screenwriting from National University of Ireland, Galway.
NATALIE ZUTTER – Editor
Natalie oversees the original content for Bookish, with special attention to the Children's, Comics, Romance, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, and Young Adult sections of the site. A graduate of NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, she is a playwright and pop culture blogger, and has written for Tor.com, Crushable, Quirk Books, BlackBook and other outlets.
SAM ADLER – Editorial Assistant
Born and raised in NYC, Sam Adler holds a B. A. in History from NYU. She is a former member of The NYU Nundu World Cup Quidditch Team. She’s a Beater.
EMILY HOLM – Syndication Editor
Emily is the syndication editor for Bookish. She is originally from Michigan, and is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago. She holds a B.A. in English and a B.S. in Secondary Education.
BOB WIETRAK – Books Selection Editor
Bob is the Book Selection Editor. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Bob has been a bookseller, book buyer, and has managed merchandise for large retail bookstores for more than thirty-five years. Bob maintains the bestselling and new and noteworthy lists across Bookish and manages publisher relations. His greatest enjoyment is introducing and recommending new authors and books to readers.
MAX ROSENBAUM – Production Coordinator
Max provides code and design support for Bookish’s editors. He also assists Bookish's publisher relations department and Zola Books’ curation initiatives. He has previously worked at Air America Radio, Maysles Films, and Gothamist. Having studied English at Skidmore College, Max loves helping to bridge the divide between the internet and the publishing industry.
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