Based in New York City, Rachel Gluckstern is an award-winning, bestselling veteran of the publishing and entertainment media industry, with over a decade of experience in creative development, narrative design, visual storytelling, prose, educational, and licensed publishing. Her successes have included a long run with DC Entertainment. during which she worked with high-profile licenses including Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo, and the biggest one of all, Batman. She was a key part of the New 52 brand revitalization, introduced the surprise hit character Joker's Daughter, and achieved multiple entries on the New York Times bestsellers lists for graphic novels.
Since moving on from DC in 2015, she launched her own consultation business, which has included editing the critically acclaimed novel The Wanderer and the New West by Adam Bender, developing the Charmz imprint for Papercutz, a middle-grade graphic novel line, and writing YA nonfiction books for Rosen Publishing. Other clients have included Scholastic, Workman, and St. Martin's Press.
Currently, Gluckstern is a full-time editor for BuzzPop, the licensed imprint of little bee books, an imprint of Bonnier Publishing USA.
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