Jill Schwartzman, Editorial Director


Jill Schwartzman joined Dutton in January 2012 with a mandate to acquire platform, publicity, and voice-driven nonfiction, with a focus on celebrity, pop culture, memoir, humor, music, biography, and narrative nonfiction. Recent and upcoming Dutton titles include Nick Offerman’s fifth New York Times bestseller Where the Deer and the Antelope Play, Drew Barrymore’s second New York Times bestseller Rebel Homemaker, Phoebe Robinson’s Please Don’t Sit on My Bed in Your Outside Clothes as well as Ralph Macchio’s Waxing On, Ryan Britt’s Phasers on Stun, and Kate Gavino’s A Career in Books. Other New York Times bestsellers at Dutton include Jeff Tweedy’s How to Write One Song, Andy Green’s The Office, Robyn Crawford’s A Song for You, Brooke Shields’s There Was a Little Girl, and Janice Kaplan’s The Gratitude Diaries.

Jill is also Editorial Director of Plume, where she recently published the New York Times bestseller Subpar Parks by Amber Share as well as many other books in the pop culture, illustrated, and humor space.