David Kuhn, Founder of Kuhn Projects, worked for many years as a magazine editor. He was the Editor in Chief of Brill’s Content magazine from 2000 to 2002, prior to which he was Features Director at The New Yorker, where he also edited “The Talk of the Town,” “Shouts & Murmurs,” and more than a dozen non-fiction special issues. Prior to joining The New Yorker, David worked at Vanity Fair as Arts Editor and a Senior Editor for seven years. He received a BA from Harvard.
Sarah Levitt, Agent, previously worked at The Zoë Pagnamenta Agency for five years. She received her BA in Classics and English from NYU.
William LoTurco, Agent/Director of Film & TV Rights, has worked at Vigliano Associates and WME in New York City. He received his BA in History from the University of Connecticut.
Kate Mack, Associate Agent/Assistant to the Founder, received her BA from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
Laura Nolan, Agent, worked for nearly four years as the Head of the Book Division for Paradigm Talent Agency. Prior to that she was an agent at DeFiore and Company, The Creative Culture, and Sobel Weber Associates. In 2001, she helped launch Barnes & Noble’s digital publishing division. She received her BA in English from the University of Illinois.
Lauren Sharp, Agent, is based out of Washington, DC. She worked for the DC-based agency Sagalyn/ICM for three years, prior to which she worked with the Ross Yoon Agency, after earning her Masters degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of Cincinnati.
Becky Sweren, Executive Editor/Agent, has worked at Janklow & Nesbit Associates. She received her BA from Duke University, double majoring in English and Theater Studies.
Erica Bauman, Office Manager/Administrative Assistant, has worked at Spectrum Literary Agency. She received her BA in Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins University.
Grant Ginder, Consulting Editor, is a full-time writing teacher at NYU. His second novel, Driver’s Education, came out from Simon & Schuster in January, 2013.
Chelsey Heller, Director of Foreign Rights, previously worked at Writers House Literary Agency for five years. She received her BA in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.