Bronwen Hruska, Soho Press
Welcome to Late Night Conversation! This week Paul talks with Bronwen Hruska, publisher of Soho Press. Founded in 1986 by Laura and Alan Hruska and Juris Jurjevics, Soho Press is an independent publisher of literary fiction and international crime. In 2013 they will debut Soho Teen, a mystery/thriller imprint for young adults.
Paul and Bronwen discuss making the transition from writing to publishing, finding the literary balance between craft and commercialism, and the evolution of Soho Press over the past twenty-seven years.
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Check out the Soho debut titles mentioned in this episode at Indiebound:
Accelerated, by Bronwen Hruska
Little Wolves, by Thomas Maltman
Too Bright to Hear Too Loud to See, by Juliann Garey
About our guest:
Before becoming the publisher of Soho Press, Bronwen Hruska worked as a journalist and screenwriter for twenty years. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, More, Entertainment Weekly, Cosmopolitan, the Village Voice, the San Francisco Chronicle, and others. Her screenplays have sold to Columbia Pictures, CBS, NBC and Lifetime. Accelerated is her first novel. She lives in Manhattan with her two sons.