Co-Op Advertising for Self Publishing Authors in the New York Review of Books

The New York Review of Books has been hailed by The New York Times as “the country’s most successful intellectual journal” and by Esquire Magazine as “the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.” Started in 1963, the fortnightly magazine covers literature, culture and current affairs and has a circulation of over 130,000 readers, many of whom are the opinion leaders of contemporary literature.

Now you can reach this influential readership with a Co-Op advertisement.
Outskirts Press handles all the details for its authors.

Co-Op Advertising allows you to secure premium, full-color exposure for your book in a high-quality trade publication for a minimal amount of money. Your book will occupy a 2″ x 2″ space along with 15 other Outskirts Press titles within a full-color, full-page ad. Your ad space will include a full color cover image, an abbreviated synopsis, the ISBN, and retail price of the book. All books will include retail and wholesale ordering information.

Here’s the Outskirts Press full page, full color author co-op ad appearing
in the April 29th issue of the New York Review of Books (on sale now):

To get more information and reserve your space in a New York Review of Books Co-Op Ad, sign-in to your author’s center. Outskirts Press published authors can order this option conveniently at any time. Reservations for Outskirts Press published authors are taken on a first-come first-served basis based upon receipt of payment.

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