Agent’s Notebook | Rubin Pfeffer, East/West Literary Agency

Rubin Pfeffer recently joined the East/West Literary Agency after 35 years in book publishing. He worked at Harcourt Brace Jovanovich’s trade imprint, served at Pearson Education as senior vice president and chief creative officer, and was senior vice president and publisher of Simon and Schuster’s trade children’s programs.

Rubin participated in the May 2010 Editor/Agent Panel at the “Writing Jewish-themed Children’s BooksHighlights Foundation workshop. Just click on the video below to hear what he had to say.

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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7 Responses to Agent’s Notebook | Rubin Pfeffer, East/West Literary Agency

  1. Hi Barbara

    I am unable to get this post to play. Any ideas?

    Thanks Michelle

    • Michelle,
      Thanks – I am having someone check into this. I did test this a few times before posting and it worked fine for me, but obviously you’re having problems and I want you and others to be able to watch Rubin. So, we’re working on it…

  2. I also couldn’t get this to work and would love to hear what Rubin had to say. Could you possibly resend when you’ve got it to work? Thanks so much!

    • Carol,
      This is a technical issue that we’re wrestling with – I hope to repost the video or at least part of it on Monday. I do humbly apologize for the inconvenience!

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