We are proud to work with a wide variety of literary agencies and media companies to produce high-quality front and backlist titles.
Our partners include:
Anderson Literary Agency Inc.
Beth Vesel Literary Agency
Browne & Miller Literary Associates
Carnicelli Literary Management
Creative Artists Agency
Curtis Brown LTD
Dark Overlord Media
Diane Banks Associates
Don Congdon Associates
Elizabeth Kaplan Literary Agency
Fine Print Literary Management
Folio Literary Management
Goldfarb & Associates
Harold Ober Associates, Inc.
Joelle Delbourgo Associates
Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency, Inc.
Kimberley Cameron & Associates
Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, Inc.
Lippincott Massie McQuilkin
Marcil O'Farrell Literary Agency
Marsal Lyon Literary Agency
Martin Literary Management
Meredith Bernstein Agency
Philip Spitzer Agency
P.S. Literary Agency
Rita Rosenkranz Literary Agency
Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency
Sanford Greenburger Associates, Inc.
Teri Tobias Agency
The Ruben Agency
The Unter Agency
The Washington Post
Working Partners, Ltd.
“I have had the good fortune to work with Diversion on both fiction and nonfiction, and have more projects in the pipeline. Mary Cummings brings a keen editorial eye, enthusiasm and marketing smarts to the table. From come-hither packaging to clever promotion, the team at Diversion delivers very professional results, all in the blink of an eye. The speed to market presents a gratifying alternative to conventional publishing and is especially well suited to authors who have series or a body of work.”
-Joelle Delbourgo, President, Joelle Delbourgo Associates
"Scott Waxman has assembled a dynamic management team including top flight editors, marketing and public relations executives, graphic artists and tech experts. As a result, I’m working with trailblazers who aren’t cutting down trees. They’re opening bandwidth to great success for me and other well-known authors. I’m tremendously proud that my political thrillers are published by Diversion Books."
- Gary Grossman, bestselling author of "The Executive Series"
"I had several publishing options for my novel The Cure, but I selected Diversion Books because it combines the best elements of traditional publishing with a progressive, innovative e-book publication model. It was a good decision, because Diversion has been professional and responsive and has helped me market and promote The Cure through social media and a host of other channels, including newer outlets like Kobo. Diversion even recently secured a place for The Cure as an audiobook at Audible.com. I am proud to say that I am a published novelist and that my publisher is Diversion Books."
-Bradlee Frazer, bestselling author of The Cure
"I've come to think of Diversion Books as a somewhat subversive enterprise, taking publishing back from an elite, self-selecting nexus of editors and publishing houses. Suddenly, all kinds of books - collected essays or reviews, great books that have gone out of print, excellent hard-cover books that never went to paperback, ground-breaking and even just plain new fiction - all of them now can come to life on the digital page. I can't tell you how happy I was when my out-of-print book, The Courts of Babylon, was re-published by Diversion, giving an entire, new generation of readers access to that study of professional tennis in the 1970s and 80s. I got a huge kick out of the fact that my writings on the rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at the French Open could be so easily collected and so elegantly packaged and published.
The entire process of bringing out an e-book was smooth and easy, and the up-side for any successful digital book is significant. Most of all, though, I celebrate the fact that so much more good, deserving, significant work will now be available to the public. What the printing press did for publishers, the digital publisher like Diversion is doing for writers."
-Pete Bodo, Senior Editor at Tennis.com and author of Courts of Babylon, The Clay Ran Red, and Roger Federer