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NEWS! Our program Books du Jour, co-produced with NYC Media, will broadcast on PBS early 2015.  Check out our campaign here

 

BookcaseLogo5Since its inception in March 2012, Book Case TV has come a long way. Our first short YouTube segments translated into a TV cable deal.  We have now completed  3 seasons of Book Case TV (34 episodes in total) and have created Book Case Literary Salon and a successful spinoff, Books du Jour, coproduced with NYC Media.

BookshelfBook Case Central Agency: We are now getting into author representation.  Calling for authors in a wide range of genres: YA and MG fiction, literary fiction, genre fiction, especially crime/thriller/mystery, self-help, and great science, sociology and history manuscripts.  Given our global background, we are also interested in untranslated literature.

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Books du Jour is our second literary TV series. The program has a simple premise, the host invites three authors to lunch in one of New York’s finest restaurants, to talk about books and life at large.  We are broadcasting the last episodes of our first season (13 episodes). Only on LIFE 25, Fridays at 11:30 pm.

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Since we are getting an unprecedented access to authors from all walks of life, and given that we always intended to publish works that fit our literary mission, we decided to create our own publishing company, the Book Case Engine.  Watch out for our first publication along with our book series of personal accounts, The Book Case Connection.  04/29/14 marked our first anniversary and our sales keep growing.

TBCTV Salon sofa logo 2.0-2his was just the beginning of the story.  Late last year, we began the Book Case Literary Salon. Our intention was to throw authors in front of a live audience at a secret location.  We are back and taping the salon for broadcast in public venues.

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