Press Release: Gospel According to The Fix by Chris Cillizza

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Contact: Campbell Wharton

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Chris Cillizza, editor of The Fix,

to write book in time for 2012 presidential election

 
World and eBook rights were sold to Sean Desmond at Crown Archetype for Broadway Paperbacks by Gail Ross.

Cillizza, also a contributor for MSNBC, will write “The Gospel According to The Fix: Everything You Need to Know about Politics.” It will be published next July and will include humorous political stories, tidbits from the beltway, fun things you haven’t heard about your local politicians and more. “The Gospel According to The Fix” will show everyone from political junkies to casual observers how things really work in the wonderfully odd game of politics and political coverage. It will also examine politicians’ timeless foibles in the traditionally amusing, insightful way Cillizza writes on the blog.

The book will give readers a front row seat and will be the must-have guide for the 2012 campaign. “We are delighted that the analysis and insights that Post audiences have come to expect and love from Chris in print and online will now find a new platform in a book,” said Raju Narisetti, managing editor of The Washington Post.

Cillizza’s blog, The Fix, is a key anchor to The Washington Post’s PostPolitics.com. His weekly column runs Mondays in A section of The Washington Post and his Worst Week in Washington feature runs in the Outlook section of the newspaper on Sundays.  You can follow him on Twitter @thefix.  Chris Cillizza, editor of The Fix and managing editor of Postpolitics.com, one of the top bloggers on The Washington Post website, will publish a book just in time for the craziness of the 2012 presidential election with Broadway Paperbacks. It was announced today by Tina Pohlman, Vice President, Publisher of Three Rivers Press and Broadway Paperbacks/Crown Publishing Group.(August 16, 2011 – New York, NY)

Broadway Paperbacks is an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., whose parent company is Bertelsmann AG.

 

 

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