Sloane Crosley

Assoc. Dir. of Publicity, Vintage/Anchor Books
Sloane Crosley is one of New York's most beloved literary publicists and the author of a best-selling collection of essays, "I Was Told There'd Be Cake," which has been optioned by HBO. Crosley has written for Playboy, Salon, the New York Times, and the Village Voice, where she was a frequent contributor. She also wrote the cover story for the worst-selling issue of Maxim in that magazine’s history. She lives in New York City and is working on a novel.

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