Gelles-Cole Literary Enterprises is an editorial boutique serving publishers, agents, and authors
Founded in 1983, Gelles-Cole Literary Enterprises provides editorial services to agents, publishers, and authors.
Over the course of her career, Sandi Gelles-Cole has edited more than 500 novels and nonfiction books, including more than a dozen bestsellers, an Edgar Award nominee, and a BlackBoard Book of the Year award-winner, among others. The Memoir of Marilyn Monroe is her second novel.
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More than 60 highly accomplished literary writers and poets explore the timeless realities and contemporary challenges of becoming -- and being-- a grandparent in the 21st century. Finalist in the Anthology category, 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Winner, "Best Grandparenting Book" 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards.
• Mrs. Levitt’s Class is a group of people who were students of Phyllis Levitt’s during her career at Dover High School. The basic premise is: Hey, we’re not 17 anymore, so maybe we can recognize some of the things she taught us—and take a moment to say thanks.