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Talking Publishing with Amazon (audio)

Amazon Literary Partnership made it possible for us to capture — for your (re)listening enjoyment! — six of our most popular 2017 programs. For the sixth clip, hear what it’s like to work with Amazon Publishing


Working with Amazon Publishing: Author and Editor Perspectives
Marc Levy (P.S. from Paris), Kimberly Rae Miller (Coming Clean and Beautiful Bodies), and Jimin Han (A Small Revolution), discuss their experiences working with Amazon Publishing and how they create a community of readers through Amazon, social media, and events. Moderated by Carmen Johnson, an Amazon Publishing Editorial Director.

About the Speakers

Carmen Johnson (moderator)
Carmen Johnson is the Editorial Director at Amazon Publishing’s literary fiction and nonfiction imprint, Little A.

Marc Levy
With more than forty million books sold, Marc Levy is the most-read French author alive today. He’s written eighteen novels to date, including All Those Things We Never Said, Children of Freedom, and Replay. Originally written for his son, his first novel, If Only It Were True, was later adapted for the big screen as Just Like Heaven, starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. Since then, Levy has not only won the hearts of European readers; he’s won over audiences from around the globe.

Kimberly Rae Miller
Kimberly Rae Miller is a bestselling author, editor, and blogger. Her 2013 memoir, Coming Clean, was picked by both Amazon and Elle magazine as one of the best books of the year and was a nominee for the 2013 Goodreads Choice Awards.

Jimin Han
Jimin Han was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up in New York, Rhode Island, and Ohio. She attended Cornell University and Sarah Lawrence College. Her writing can be found at NPR’s “Weekend America,” Poets & Writers Magazine, Entropy, The Rumpus, Hyphen Magazine, Kartika Review, Bloom,, and elsewhere. A Small Revolution is her first novel. She teaches at The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College and lives outside New York City with her husband and children.