"Betsy DeJesu did amazing work promoting my last book. She worked tirelessly on my behalf, fielding inquiries from a wide range of TV, radio, and print outlets and securing interviews at every place from high-profile programs like NPR’s Fresh Air to small local stations, and everything in between. Reliable and resourceful. I don’t know what I would have done without her."
--Kevin M. Kruse, professor of history at Princeton University, and the author or co-editor of four books, including the award-winning White Flight and One Nation Under God
"Betsy DeJesu is a fantastic publicist and collaborator. She is also one of the most creative people I’ve had the chance to work with in publishing. Most important, the world pays attention to her books. For authors of serious nonfiction, there is no one better.”
--Dan Gerstle, Senior Editor
"Betsy was an ideal publicist: she was full of ideas of her own and eager to make mine work, extremely well connected, and above all had great judgment. She is a pleasure to work with, and did wonders for my book."
--Yuval Levin, Vice President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and EPPC’s Hertog Fellow, editor of National Affairs magazine, and author of The Great Debate and The Fractured Republic
"Betsy is a wonderful colleague and an exceptional publicist. I have had the privilege of seeing first-hand how her close collaboration with expert authors, her deep savvy about the contemporary media landscape, and her energetic, untiring labors produced successful campaigns that brought smart books and serious ideas to large audiences."
—Brian J. Distelberg, Editor
"Betsy DeJesu played an indispensable role in the success of my New York Times bestselling book, Rise of the Robots. Betsy was able to land reviews in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and the Los Angeles Times as well as many other publications. She also arranged numerous radio and TV spots, including an interview on NPR's Fresh Air. All this media exposure was a game changer for the book's trajectory and ultimately led to Rise of the Robots becoming a bestseller in the United States, and also to over 20 foreign language translations."
--Martin Ford, author of Rise of the Robots
"Betsy DeJesu is simply exceptional. As a publicist, she is tireless, endlessly creative, and knows the media landscape like the back of her hand. As a publishing partner, she is thoughtful, calm, communicative, and always ready with a good cat meme. Any nonfiction author would be lucky to have her on their book."
--Leah Stecher, Editor
"Betsy's positive energy, forthright updates and practical approach were all top notch."
--Bob Langert, author of The Battle to Do Good