Professor Meghan Stevenson has spent over a decade in publishing, beginning at Simon & Schuster and Penguin as a nonfiction book editor before launching her own freelance business in 2012 and joining the Pace faculty in 2014.
As an editor, Meghan came up with the idea for, developed, and published The Bro Code by Barney Stinson and Matt Kuhn, a New York Times bestselling book based on the TV sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.” Meghan also edited two bestsellers from actress Danica McKellar (known best for her role as “Winnie Cooper” on The Wonder Years) and The First 20 Minutes, a New York Times bestselling book on fitness by New York Times Phys Ed columnist Gretchen Reynolds, in addition to other bestselling nonfiction books.
In her freelance career, Meghan has helped nearly thirty authors develop, write, or revise their book projects, including two full collaborations (Glamorous by George by George Kotsiopoulous, Abrams and The Cheat System Diet by Jackie Wicks, St. Martin’s Press.) She teaches Editorial Principles and Practices (PUB 624). For more information on Meghan, visit her online at meghanstevenson.com