2013-12-17 19:00:13 - Outskirts Press today announced that six self-publishing authors appeared in the New York Times Review of Books. These authors secured premium promotional space in “the country’s most successful intellectual journal” as touted by the New York Times.
Outskirts Press, the fastest growing self-publishing and book marketing company, offers an opportunity to its authors to secure premium exposure for their works, at minimal cost, through co-op advertisements that appear in the prestigious New York Review of Books.
The New York Review of Books has been hailed by The New York Times as “the country’s most successful intellectual journal” and by Esquire Magazine as “the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.” Started in 1963, the magazine covers literature, culture and current affairs and has a circulation of over 135,000 readers, many of whom are the opinion leaders of contemporary literature.
“Every year during the holiday season Outskirts Press offers this great co-op opportunity to be a part of the New
York Times Review of Books edition. This co-op marketing option allows our authors to be able to afford to place their books right under the eyes of one of the most influential audiences in American publishing,” said Outskirts Press Executive Vice President, Kelly Schuknecht.
This year’s half-page ad was displayed in the December 8 issue of The New York Review of Books and displayed titles from six qualifying Outskirts Press authors. Every book in the ad featured a cover image, an abbreviated synopsis, the ISBN, and the retail price of the book. All books have both retail and wholesale ordering information included.
This year’s Outskirts Press ad may be viewed at selfpublishingnews.com/2013/12/08/outskirts-press-self-publishin ..
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