October 3, 2017, is Page Two’s fourth anniversary and principals and owners Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White are thrilled to be celebrating this milestone by announcing the expansion of our team to include five key new roles.
Annemarie Tempelman-Kluit joins us in the position of Marketing Director. She is a marketer, entrepreneur, and author who has been working in the digital marketing space for over fifteen years. She is also the founder of the business yoyomama.ca, established in 2007 and sold in 2015, and the author of Healthy Mum, Happy Baby. Annemarie will be building innovative, customized marketing programs for Page Two’s clients and supporting our overall business development.
Amanda Lewis has been promoted to the newly created role of Editorial Director, overseeing the editorial vision for Page Two’s projects across the board. Amanda has wide-ranging editorial experience, including over eight years at Knopf Random House Canada. She was one of the editors of the Giller Prize–winning novel Us Conductors by Sean Michaels and edited the Giller- and Governor General’s Award-shortlisted Yiddish for Pirates by Gary Barwin. She was nominated for the 2016 Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence for her work on Yiddish for Pirates.
Our expansion also includes the addition of several other new members to our internal team, including Project Manager Rony Ganon, Junior Designer Taysia Louie, and Publishing Assistant Kayi Wong. They join our existing team of Creative Director Peter Cocking, Publishing Services Manager Gabrielle Narsted, and Operations Manager Carra Simpson.
We look forward to continuing our long-standing relationship with ZG Communications, Canada’s premier PR agency specializing in book publicity, and we will continue to draw upon our extensive network of freelance professionals and allies to best serve our clients.
Recent successes for Page Two include working with coach, speaker, and author Michael Bungay Stanier on his Wall Street Journal bestseller The Coaching Habit (more than a quarter million copies sold); with The Tite Group and CBC Radio’s This Is That on This is That: Travel Guide to Canada, a National Post and CBC Books bestseller; and with Indigenous Corporate Training on two projects, Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples and the forthcoming 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act. Discover more of our projects on our site.
Page Two is a publishing agency that helps authors and organizations publish game-changing non-fiction books of the highest calibre. Our expansion represents the next version of Page Two – version 2.0 as it were – and we’re excited to continue to reimagine the future of publishing.