Jofie Ferrari-Adler, Vice President and Publisher
Jofie Ferrari-Adler spent eight years at the Simon & Schuster imprint, most recently as executive editor. Previously he worked at Grove Atlantic, Viking Penguin, and the independent publisher Four Walls Eight Windows, and before that as a bookseller. He acquires both fiction and narrative nonfiction, with an emphasis on politics, current affairs, American history, and a range of narrative journalism. In recent years he has edited the #1 bestsellers Three Women by Lisa Taddeo, The Library Book by Susan Orlean, Countdown 1945 by Chris Wallace, The Only Plane in the Sky by Garrett Graff, The Oregon Trail by Rinker Buck, Principles by Ray Dalio, The TB12 Method by Tom Brady, and Tiger Woods by Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian. Raised in a small town south of Pittsburgh, Jofie is also a contributing editor to Poets & Writers magazine, and he served for a decade on the AAP’s International Freedom to Publish Committee.