Suzanna Tamminen is the Director and Editor-in-Chief at Wesleyan University Press, where she has made important acquisitions in poetry, dance, and Connecticut history. She is the sponsoring editor of, among many more titles, Rae Armantrout’s Pulitzer Prize winning collection, Versed, Jean Valentine’s National Book Award winning collection Door in the Mountain, Liz Lerman’s Hiking the Horizontal: Field Notes from a Choreographer, Tomie Hahn’s Sensational Knowledge: Embodying Culture Through Japanese Dance, Jules Verne’s Invasion of the Sea, Mel Goldstein’s Dr. Mel’s Connecticut Climate Book, and Dan DeLuca’s The Old Leather Man: Historical Accounts of a Connecticut and New York Legend. She also oversees the dance and humanities website Accelerated Motion.
Jaclyn Wilson, Marketing Manager, worked at Globe Pequot Press for nearly seven years, where she climbed the ranks from Special Sales Assistant to Marketing Manager. She also held the position of Marketing Administrator at William Pitt Sotheby’s International Reality and acted as the Email Marketing and Publicity Manager at Trantor Media. She has executed successful marketing campaigns for bestselling titles such as Behind the Candelabra, Orange Is the New Black, The Long Walk, and From Baghdad with Love. Jackie earned her BA in Public Relations at Quinnipiac University.
Stephanie Elliott Prieto, Publicist and Web Manager, has a BA ’96 from the University of New England in liberal arts with concentrations in environmental science and English literature of the Romantic era. She has a certificate in graphic design from the University of New Hampshire and attended the publishing program at Pace University. She previously worked at Arcadia Publishing, as publicity manager for the Northeast region, and at Thomas T. Beeler, Pace University Press, and Aviation Week & Space Technology. She plays in the Wesleyan Gamelan and enjoys dance.
Oliver Egger is an Assistant Editor at Wesleyan University Press, specializing primarily in poetry acquisitions. He is a 2023 graduate of Wesleyan University and founder of the Route 9 Literary Collective, a literary organization serving both Wesleyan and the broader Middlesex County community. He edited and compiled The Route 9 Anthology: A Collection of Writing from Wesleyan Students, Faculty, Staff & Middlesex County Residents which was published by the press in 2022.
Revised: September 19, 2023