Jeremy Wang-Iverson began his publishing career in 2005 at Princeton University Press before continuing with publicity roles for Bloomsbury Publishing and Oxford University Press in New York. He founded Vesto in 2012 and clients have included Granta Magazine and The New Press. He lives in Barcelona with his family.
Claudia Acevedo is a writer and translator from Puerto Rico. She has worked for Princeton University Press, Rizzoli, and other independent publishers.
Holly Mitchell is a writer from Kentucky who is now based in New York. She holds a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MFA from New York University. She is an editorial assistant at Oxford University Press.
Social Media Associate
Kathryn Lopez, a digital strategist, has worked in marketing and communications for Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Cambridge University Press. She is the exhibits associate at Princeton University Press.
UK Publicity Associate
Colin Midson is the founder and principal of Bookshaped, the creative director of the Port Eliot Festival, and former publicity director of Bloomsbury Publishing, where he began his career in London in 1998. Before launching Bookshaped in 2012, he was a commissioning editor at Simon & Schuster for two years. He lives on the Lizard Peninsula with his wife and daughter.
Lani Harms is a director and comedian at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and has worked events and ticketing for the Roundabout Theater Company and the Riverside Theater. She is a graduate of Fordham University and lives in Brooklyn, New York.