Gallery 13 will present to readers the highest quality of visual storytelling by championing the graphic novel format as a mainstream medium of art, literature, and entertainment. We promise fiction and nonfiction that will inspire, challenge, and expand your reading experience.
Blockbuster and upmarket fiction, graphic novels, genre fiction tales from the darker side of the imagination, media tie-ins and pop culture.
Stephen King, Halo, Jeff Lemire, Douglas Adams, Nick Cutter, Ania Ahlborn, J.L. Bourne, Star Trek.
Ed has been part of the Pocket Books (and later, Gallery Books) editorial team since 2003, and he also has worked at HarperCollins and Penguin. As a native New Yorker, he’s heard it said that there are eight million stories in the naked city, and is always on the lookout for those that present arresting new voices and narratives. He currently acquires for Gallery Books, Pocket Books, Pocket Star Books, and the newly formed Gallery 13 graphic novel line, which he co-launched in 2017.
Ed may be reached via email: Ed.Schlesinger@SimonandSchuster.com
Upmarket commercial and literary fiction and graphic novels; elevated genre fiction; contemporary humorous romance; online-to-book projects; pop culture and inspiring nonfiction.
Muhammad Ali Estate, Christina Lauren, Anna Todd, Chabouté, Benjamin Whitmer, Robert Levy, V.C. Andrews, Jennifer Estep, and many others.
Adam joined Gallery in 2011 after seven years with MIRA Books and Harlequin. He currently acquires for Gallery Books, Scout Press, Jeter Publishing, and Pocket Star and in 2017 is co-launching the Gallery 13 graphic novel line. Adam is always looking for bold voices, particularly in the dark, humorous, or darkly humorous vein. He enjoys finding ways to mesh his editorial help with authors’ own individual styles and processes and takes on a diverse range of projects.
Adam may be reached at: (212) 698-1203 or via email: Adam.Wilson@SimonandSchuster.com
Laura was lucky enough to join the Gallery Books team in July 2016, after graduating from NYU with a dual BA in French and Anthropology and a minor in Creative Writing. While at NYU she interned at The Center for Fiction, McIntosh and Otis, Foundry Literary + Media, and Atria/Emily Bestler Books – growing more infatuated with publishing after each new experience. Always a lover of books, Laura grew up outside of Seattle, reading in the shade of the mighty evergreens. Her most frequent reads are adult commercial fiction and nonfiction of diverse genres, and she is always looking for a hint of magical realism and a good old-fashioned scare. She assists Jennifer Bergstrom.