Jennifer Musico is a veteran literary publicist with over a decade of experience working with authors to help expand their media platform and promote their brand. During both her tenure at Hachette Book Group, one of the world’s leading publishing houses, as well as the award-winning literary publicity firm Media Connect (a division of Finn Partners and formerly Planned Television Arts), Jennifer developed and executed both traditional and online publicity campaigns for leadership, career, personal finance, lifestyle, and other non-fiction topics, as well as a number of fiction genres. Jennifer’s diverse past publicity campaigns have included National TV, radio and print, media and speaking tours, satellite TV and radio tours, and online promotions. Jennifer has worked with a wide variety of best-selling non-fiction authors including Jack Otter, Executive Editor at CBS MoneyWatch and author of Worth It … Not Worth It?; Joe Terranova, CNBC contributor and author of Buy High, Sell Higher; and the late Gordon Murray, author of The Investment Answer. She’s also worked with a number of fiction authors, most notably Dean Koontz, Janet Evanovich, and the late Jackie Collins. Her work with top publishers include Penguin, Random House, Hachette Book Group, St. Martin’s Press, Harlequin, and McGraw Hill, among others. Many of Jennifer’s clients have appeared on shows such as NBC’s TODAY, Good Morning America, Hannity, FOX and Friends, 60 Minutes, Inside Edition, and The View. She has also secured interviews with print and online news organizations including The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, Time, Fortune, Forbes, INC., Bloomberg Businessweek, AP, Reuters, USA Today, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Marie Claire, People, and Men’s Health. She is currently adjusting to life in Central New Jersey, and learning to love the quirky personalities and terrible drivers.
Mysia Haight is a freelance copywriter for the publishing industry. Over her 20-year career, she has worked on books of every genre, from business to mystery, and written thousands of press releases. Before going solo, she worked as an in-house publicist for Warner Books, New American Library, Dell, AMACOM Books, and The Free Press. She also writes book proposals for prospective authors, creates marketing materials for small business owners, and tutors high school and college students in writing and English literature. An advocate for adoption and a devoted mom, she juggles meeting the needs of her clients with catering to the demands of teenagers. A native of New York’s scenic Hudson Valley, she lives in Northern New Jersey.
Tracy Brickman joins EBPR after previously working as a publicist at Regan Arts, Hachette’s Grand Central imprint and Penguin’s Portfolio imprint. After working with a diverse roster of authors including Chelsea Handler, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, Top Chef winner Harold Dieterle, and a former CIA agent (whose real name she never learned), Tracy is excited to take on whatever EBPR will throw her way.
Gretchen Spiegel joins EBPR after getting a tour of the publishing world at Regan Arts, where she started as an editorial assistant and graduated as a publicist. She has worked with a wide range of authors, and has secured interviews and reviews with organizations including The Atlantic, Time, Business Insider, The Daily News, Newsweek, and many more.