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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A chapbook containing seven poems of loss and healing by Kenneth Salzmann, including the title poem as well as "Blood Counts," "After the Diagnosis," "Progress Notes," "When the Plum Tree Blossomed," "Transparency" and "Small, round words."
"'The Persistence of Ashes’ -- from the oxymoron of the title through the rose-laden lives and deaths of the two women is enormously moving."
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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.