Laura Tisdel

Before joining Reagan Arthur Books as Editor, Laura Tisdel worked at Viking Penguin first as a publicist and then in editorial where she is proud to have published many authors she admires including Lev Grossman, Garrison Keillor, Koren Zailckas, Ron Currie, Jr., and Beth Powning. She hails from the great state of Michigan, and attended Michigan State University where she studied early childhood development, English, poetry, Spanish, and small batch micro-brewed beers. In her free time she enjoys color-coding, alphabetizing, running, and crafts (classy ones like knitting and quilting). She encourages you to follow her on Twitter.

One Comment

  1. Doc Rice
    Posted May 13, 2012 at 11:24 am | Permalink | Reply


    I have a genre-bending historical novel that includes Texas Rangers killing Comanches and William Lloyd Garrison at work on the Liberator.

    I take Texas history and remind readers that the heroes of the Revolution against Mexico owned slaves, hated Mexicans, subjugated women and killed Indians on sight.

    What’s not to like?

    It’s lively!

    Doc Rice

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