Baker Publishing Group signs contract with popular podcasters
and authors, Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers
Ada, Mich. (December 15, 2020)—Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, is pleased to announce that they have signed a new book contract with Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, popular podcast hosts of “Pantsuit Politics” and authors of “I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening),” in an exclusive pre-emptive deal.
This new book will focus on engaging readers in discovering how we can create a better world together. Utilizing the practical and relatable voices the authors are known for as well as contributions directly from their fervent “Pantsuit Politics” community, the book will help readers to see themselves as part of larger communities and discover how to approach those communities with a sense of curiosity, find their work within them, and hold space around everything they care about but cannot do. The book is scheduled for a summer 2022 release.
“Sarah and Beth offer a unique space and fresh perspective for people of all backgrounds that make their entire community of podcast listeners and readers feel able to exhale when the constant barrage of news has us holding our collective breath,” said Kelsey Bowen, Acquisitions Editor. “As a longtime listener, I feel both honored and privileged to take part in the next conversation with them in book form. There is a deep need in our market for this grace-filled message that will provide hope and help for readers anxious to engage in the work and care of community.”
“We’re so excited about working with the Revell team because they have embraced our vision and shared our enthusiasm for this project whole-heartedly from our first conversations,” Stewart Holland said. Silvers agreed, “We so appreciate that the team shares our interest in engaging our community to build a timely guide to greater connection during a challenging time.”
Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers co-host the popular podcast, “Pantsuit Politics” and co-authored “I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations” (2019). Pantsuit Politics has been featured in The Atlantic, The Guardian, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” and Parents and Elle magazines. Both Sarah and Beth attended Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, and then received their Juris Doctors (Sarah from American University and Beth from the University of Kentucky). Sarah began her career as a congressional staffer, campaign aide, and blogger and social media consultant. She lives in Paducah, Kentucky, where she served a term as a city commissioner and sits on the board of numerous civic organizations. Beth has practiced law and served as a human resources executive and business coach. Beth lives in Union, Kentucky, and serves on several local boards of directors. Sarah and Beth speak frequently to universities, businesses, and civic organizations about improving political dialogue. Sarah shares life with her spouse, Nicholas, and children Griffin, Amos, and Felix; Beth with her spouse, Chad, and children Jane and Ellen. Sarah’s dog, Cookie, and Beth’s dog, Lucy, are beloved and frequent contributors to their work.
Revell Books provides books that inspire and equip readers, offering them hope and help for daily life. Learn more at www.RevellBooks.com.
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