bethlieberman at theeditorscircle.com
Manuscript development, editing, and proposal preparation for books in the following subject areas: Jewish interest, women's interest, and memoir.
Beth Lieberman acquired, edited, and published more than 500 published books during her tenure in-house. She began her publishing career as an assistant at New American Library (NAL), then joined Warner Books, where she edited fiction by New York Times bestselling authors Jayne Ann Krentz, Susan Kyle, Eileen Nauman, and Rosanne Bittner. She subsequently moved to Kensington Publishing, where as Senior Editor, she worked with a number of commercial women's fiction writers and developed Kensington's first quality paperback list. After relocating to Los Angeles, Ms. Lieberman worked at Dove Books and Audio, and served as Executive Editor for the newly created NewStar Press.
Since becoming an independent editor in 2000, Ms. Lieberman has worked on Rabbi Milton Steinberg's (z''l) The Prophet's Wife, Rav Hisda’s Daughter I and II and Rashi's Daughters I, II, and III by Maggie Anton, Now and Forever by Rosanne Bittner, and also on the following nonfiction books: Bending Towards the Sun by Leslie Gilbert-Lurie with Rita Lurie, The Invitation by Clifton Taulbert, Wise Aging by Rachel Cowan and Linda Thal, A Course in Happiness by Mardi Horowitz, M.D., Think Confident, Be Confident by Leslie Sokol Ph.D. and Marci Fox Ph.D., Will I Ever Be Good Enough? by Karyl McBride, Ph.D., I Hate Conflict by Lee Raffel M.S.W., The Adversity Advantage by Erik Weihenmayer and Paul Stoltz, Fatherstyleby Kevin O'Shea and James Windell, and The Intelligent Negotiator by Charles Craver.
Rabbi Lieberman currently serves as Executive Editor of the CCAR Press. She received her B.A. in English from Barnard College and her Master’s of Rabbinic Studies from the Academy for Jewish Religion California. For more information please visit www.publishersmarketplace.com.