Norah Myers

Norah Myers is an editorial assistant at Iguana Books in Toronto, Canada.

Founded in 2011 by Greg Ioannou, a four term President of the Editors’ Association of Canada (EAC), Iguana Books is a new digital publishing house based in Toronto.

Using a hybrid publishing model, Iguana Books builds relationships with its authors who both invest time and money to publish and promote the work. But once published with the help of crowdfunding, their authors receive some of the highest royalties paid by any independent publisher. This attractive proposition has been driving an increasing number of writers to the team at Iguana Books whose editorial experience enables authors to enter the digital publishing market with material expertly edited and promoted.

After graduating from University with a Master of Arts in Publishing, Norah Myers worked as an intern at Picador and Bloomsbury Publishing, two of the biggest publishing houses in London.

In 2014, Norah moved back to Canada where she worked as a reader for The Rights Factory where she evaluated the numerous manuscripts the agency received.

After nearly a year at the agency, Norah returned to publishing, when she became an editorial assistant at Iguana Books in January 2o15.

She is actively seeking new authors to publish and is a frequent tweeter, so do follow her on Twitter by clicking the link at the end of this interview.

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