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Earl Cox

Earl Cox is a publishing industry veteran of nearly two decades.

As President and Chief Executive of Earl Cox & Associates Worldwide and Writersandpoets.com, LLC, Mr. Cox acts as a literary manager and publishing consultant for authors seeking agent representation or guidance in promoting, marketing, and distributing their books. Mr. Cox specializes in working with up-and-coming fiction writers. He provides a full range of publishing services, from manuscript development to sales management to complete publication of titles with high potential for strong mass-market sales.

For nine years, Mr. Cox worked at John Wiley & Sons, Inc., including serving as a National Accounts Manager. During his tenure at Wiley, Mr. Cox was responsible for mass retail, and national wholesale accounts.  In addition, he managed the nationwide sales and promotion of Wiley's African American and multicultural books.

A faculty member of the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies' Center for Publishing, Mr. Cox speaks frequently at industry seminars and publishing events. He has been quoted in a variety of trade publications, including Publisher's Weekly, Black Issues Book Review and Folio Magazine. 

Mr. Cox began his career in 1985 as a clerk at the Baruch College Bookstore in New York City.  He gradually moved up the ranks to manage the Doubleday Bookshop (now Barnes and Noble) at the Citicorp Center in Manhattan.

Mr. Cox earned a bachelor's degree in Retailing and Sales from Baruch College. He also holds a Certificate in Publishing from Stanford University, having completed the prestigious Stanford University Professional Publishing Course.

Earl lives in New Jersey with his wife and business partner, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, and their three children.

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