Rebecca leads Bookish's team of journalists and publishing veterans to create book-focused stories on all subjects. She holds a master's in journalism from New York University and has 15 years of editorial experience across book publishing, print and online media outlets including The Daily Beast and Mediabistro.com.
Q: Which author would you love to have a drink with?
A: I envy those who imbibed with Christopher Hitchens--his intimates say he got even more brilliant with cocktails.
Nathan writes and edits for the Fiction & Literature, Biographies & Memoirs, Mysteries & Thrillers and Cookbooks, Food & Wine sections of Bookish. Born in Portland, Ore., Nathan received a master's in English and writing from UT-Austin and was previously an assistant editor at Little, Brown & Co.
Daniel writes and edits for the Self-Improvement, Mind, Body & Spirit, Health & Wellness and Religion sections of Bookish. He holds a B.A. in English & American Literature from New York University and has previously worked at Basic Books.
Luke writes and edits for the Business, Health, History & Politics, Religion, Sports and Travel sections of Bookish. A book editor for 15 years at Random House, Simon & Schuster and Penguin, he is the author of the memoir "A Supremely Bad Idea," and has written articles for numerous magazines.
Natalie writes and edits for the Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comics, Young Adult, Romance and Children's sections of Bookish. 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.
Q: Which author did you want to meet as a kid?
A: Tamora Pierce's "Song of the Lioness" books were my first teacher when it came to both fantasy writing and awkward adolescent issues, so she was always my idol. And I actually did get to meet her!