History of Sherri Rosen Publicity
Sherri Rosen Publicity began in New York City in the summer of 1999. Since then, we have designed and implemented publicity for many wonderful clients. They include authors, healers, educators, dancers, spiritual groups, artists and environmental spokespeople. This eclectic clientele mainly focused on the specific genres of sex, spirituality and relationship books. This is a key area for Sherri Rosen Publicity, and one that we love to work in. Of course we are constantly branching out and calling upon our extensive knowledge and experience to launch successful campaigns across all genres.
We write daring press releases that are impossible to ignore, and we create dynamic press kits that put your story in the eye of the public. Success often depends on tapping the right market, and on being heard by the right people. We make sure that your voice is heard. We generate segment ideas to make sure that you are speaking to the right listeners, and then we secure radio, television and print interviews so that you can communicate directly to your audience. On top of that we can make travel arrangements, help set up blog pages, or get you acquainted with the online world of kindle books. Whatever your needs are- we can do it. We do whatever it takes to get you out there.
In 1991 while working for Naura Hayden on her self-published book How To Satisfy A Woman Every Time and Have Her Beg For More, Sherri Rosen helped make this book a bestseller within six months, and the book stayed on the NY Times Bestseller List for 63 weeks, making the author millions of dollars.
Sherri worked with sex therapist and author Dr. Barbara Keesling (How To Make Love All Night And Drive A Woman Wild In Bed) in nailing a 5-page spread in Playboy for Barbara and having her interviewed on The Howard Stern Show.
Sherri has done presentations on publicity at The Learning Annex, at their publishing convention, the prestigious NYU Summer Publishing Institute, and in literary agent Sheree Byofsky’s class at NYU. She is consistently interviewed on radio and television about her work. While in a 3-year course of study on healing trauma, she did publicity for the creator, Dr. Peter Levine, and after 9/11, obtained radio interviews for him throughout the country and assisted setting up a trauma hotline in New York City.
She also works with writers in manuscript development, book proposals, outreach to publishers and agents along with helping authors create their own eBooks.
Sherri worked at Tricycle Magazine for two years, working on publicity nationally for their event once a year in Central Park called “Change Your Mind Day.” The event began in NYC and spread to 40 cities throughout the country. While there, she did a successful publicity campaign for author Stephen Batchelor and his book Buddhism Without Belief. She met and worked alongside other such notables as Amy Gross, who was Editor-in-Chief of O Magazine; Joan Halifax, author and teacher; Mark Epstein, author; Jeff Zaleski, who was book review editor at Publisher’s Weekly; Helen Tworkov, past Editor in Chief of Tricycle Magazine.
Sherri uses the following tagline for her publicity company: “We Believe in Hard Work and Magic!” because the hard work and magic is inevitable whenever she’s working for a client. She has secured interviews on Oprah, Good Morning America, The Today Show, CBS This Morning and was interviewed by Daisy Marlyes, Publishers’ Weekly, after Naura Hayden’s book went to the NY Times Bestseller List.
Before embarking on a publicity career, she was in live theatre in NYC from 1985-1990. She studied acting at HB School of Drama from 1975 to 1980. Sherri graduated from Empire State College, NYC, in l994, obtaining a degree in Theatre and Human Relationships. She is a published writer and is now working on her memoir. In addition to her memoir, she writes articles for the Examiner.com and for Elephant Journal.com, TheGoodmenProject.com, and for her own Redhead’s Rap Blog ; needless to say Sherri is a woman who knows how to live life to it’s fullest!
If you wish to know more about Sherri Rosen Publicity, NYC please contact us directly. Much of what Sherri teaches cannot be learned from a book, but comes through years of experience.
Tyler Blanski has been innovating and creating new ways to approach old truths in the Christian faith. He is an author, musician, speaker and spiritual director based out of Minneapolis, MN.
His writing has been published by CNN, ABC News’ Good Morning America, Geez Magazine, and the Hillsdale College Collegian. Publishers Weekly says “Blanski is on a mission to shake up Christianity…His edgy and hip prose breathe new life.”
He has been featured on KARE 11 Television’s “Show Case Minnesota,” and his music (Out from the Darkness, 2008; Think Out Loud, 2010) has charted on more than 400 college radio stations throughout the United States.
He graduated from the Perpich Center for Arts Education in 2002, studied at the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Oxford, in 2005, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies from Hillsdale College, 2006. He is the co-founder of the Couch Society, a writer’s forum, and a board member of Venite Ministries, a retreat center in Minneapolis.
Tyler is the author of four books: Mud & Poetry: Love, Sex, and the Sacred, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs of Your Sex Life, Clay Eyes, and Loveletting.
He’s also released two post-folk albums: Think Out Loud: Music Fighting Homelessness, and Out from the Darkness.
To learn more visit www.tylerblanski.com
Tyler is collaborating with me on blogs, and I am so happy to have him as part of our family.
“Sherri is to publicity what mint is to a Mojito: bright, powerful, and refreshing. I love working with her. She is honest, frank, and passionate.
Sherri is a fire hose in a teaspoon market.” —Tyler Blanski, author of Mud & Poetry: Love, Sex, and the Sacred
As an administrative assistant for Sherri Rosen Publicity, NYC, I bring with me over 20 years of diversified and responsible administrative, word processing, and desktop publishing experience. Sherri has been a joy to work with; dedicated, fair, honest, and innovative. She brings a true passion to her work and a real appreciation for her clients.
Chris Donnelly is a strategic, creative designer that ideates and innovates. She focuses her marketing and design experience on crafting truthful brand stories for clients, while developing the visual graphics that work to support their overall publicity strategy. Her tools of choice are the stylus and the mouse, and as she clicks her way through the offline and online world of promotions she loves to pause along the way for a great chat, a chai tea, or to help clients discover what well-designed promotional material can do for them. Samples of her work can be seen at Pixelbrand Design Portfolio.
“Sherri’s ideas are giant. They’re completely out of the box and they’ve got so much momentum.
In publicity, outrageous vision and audacious goals are important.
More important though, is the energy and power to carry them through and make them happen.
Sherri is that spark that sets big goals ablaze, and she is the right person to work with if you have big dreams that are ready to come to fruition. -Dynamic. Authentic. Delightful.- ”
Naturi Thomas is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir How to Die in Paris, which Publisher’s Weekly calls “A haunting and heartbreaking memoir. A phenomenal and courageous debut by a talented young writer.” She began her writing career by publishing a children’s book in 1997, at the age of 23, and has gone on to publish short fiction, essays and poetry as well.
Naturi has extensive experience providing a full range of editorial services for authors of fiction, memoir and creative non-fiction. She works with writers who are native English speakers and those who have English as a foreign language.
A New Yorker at heart, she now lives in London, where she is finishing up both her Master’s at City University, London and a prequel to her memoir. Naturi is thrilled to be working with Sherri, the only publicist she would trust with her own work. For more information on How to Die in Paris, please visit: www.howtodieinparis.com
“I’ve worked with publicists before, but Sherri Rosen leaves them all in the shade. Her tenacity and drive, coupled with the passion for each project she agrees to take on, can’t be beat. Each time I did one of the shows she booked me on to promote my memoir How to Die in Paris, I watched my numbers on Amazon jump. I’ve told Sherri she’s my publicist for life!”
Chris is a Creative Marketer and Multimedia Designer who works with people and businesses interesting in becoming more creative. Chris has had success in the following areas: Internet marketing, social media, journalism, blogging, graphic design, filmmaking, photography, art, writing and music composition. He’s also the creator and head editor of the world famous Nonsense Society, an art community and online publication devoted to promoting creativity from around the globe. Clients often praise Chris for being a “One Stop Creative Shop” that gets things done.
Chris has performed in 7 countries, sang at Carnegie Hall, had a film in festivals, been featured on PBS as a teen composer, used social media to reach over one million people, spread his music around the globe, published a book, and entertained over half a million people with his own personal creative works. He plans to keep spreading his creativity every day and helping others as much as possible in his artistic practice.
“Working with Sherri Rosen Publicity is a joy as a multimedia designer because she values and appreciates creativity. It’s not very often that you get to work with a company that actually wants you to go all out with your creative ideas. I’m always excited to hear from Sherri because she always has new and inspired ideas. It’s a fun working environment and something I’m proud to put on my resume. It’s a creative designer’s dream to work with someone like Sherri Rosen.”