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in Publishing Director

Sherman Raskin introducing Manuela Soares as the new M.S. in Publishing Director at the Spring 2018 Student & Alumni Appreciation Dinner. (Photo: Rachael Kelly)

After 32 years as the M.S. in Publishing Director, Sherman Raskin has retired and is being succeeded by Manuela Soares. Professor Soares has been director of the Graduate Seminar in the Publishing Program since 2004 and associate director of the Pace University Press since 2015. Prior to joining Pace University, Professor Soares worked in both book and magazine publishing for 30 years, holding positions at companies such as the Scholastic Trade Book division and Rizzoli International.

With a stunning background in publishing and her support for the future of M.S. in Publishing students, Professor Soares is sure to continue building Pace University’s successful reputation for the Publishing Program as its new director.

Congratulations, Professor Soares!

Around Town | Meet the Authors Day in Harrison, New York

The Harrison Public Library will be hosting a “Meet the Authors” Day on Saturday, October 20, from 10 am to 5 pm. The event is free and open to the public with registration. Once registered, you can attend one or all of the sessions.

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Quote of the Week | Roxane Gay

Photo Credit: Eva Blue

A Professor at Purdue, a writer, and an activist, Roxane Gay wears many hats. Best known for her novels Bad Feminist, Hunger, and most recently, World of Wakanda, Roxane is an inspiration for all writers. Continue reading “Quote of the Week | Roxane Gay”

New Faculty | Lukas Fauset

Welcome to Pace, Professor Fauset!

Lukas Fauset has been developing web presences for publishers, books, and authors since 2011. If there is an intersection between books and technology, there is a good chance he has been involved with it.

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Quote of the Week | R.L. Stine

R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps. The Hub airs his “The Haunting Hour” show. Credit to Edward Liu

This week, we’re celebrating R.L. Stine’s birthday!

Robert Lawrence Stine, also known as R.L. Stine, was born on October 8, 1943. You might know him from his various Goosebumps novels that were so popular for children.

Read. Read. Read. Just don’t read one type of book. Read different books by various authors so that you develop different style.” Continue reading “Quote of the Week | R.L. Stine”