Nick Ciani Senior Editor AtriaOne Signal

About the Editor

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Nicholas Ciani joined Atria in 2019, acquiring for the One Signal Publishing, Black Privilege Publishing, and Atria Books imprints. In the past he has worked at the New Yorker, Macmillan, and at Vigliano Associates where he represented and helped develop projects in fiction and nonfiction.

His list includes social justice leader Tamika D. Mallory’s State of Emergency (“An urgent call for racial justice that demands attention, discussion, and action.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)), Kim Kelly’s Fight Like Hell, a history of the American labor movement, Kathleen McLaughlin’s Blood Money, an examination of the global market for blood plasma, 2021 Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee Jena Friedman’s essay collection Not Funny, and Chris Palmer’s The Fresh Prince Project, a cultural history of the famed sitcom.

Nick was a 2020 Publishers Weekly Star Watch nominee. As an agent, he sold novelist Max Gross’ 2020 National Jewish Book Award winner The Lost Shtetl.

Authors Include: Jena Friedman, Kathleen McLaughlin, Edna Bonhomme, Miles Lagoze, Bruce Jackson


Featured Titles

State of Emergency
Fight Like Hell
Last Updated: January 5, 2022