Text in the city for SJP

Text in the city for SJP

She is best known for her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex and the City” and currently stars in and produces the US hit “Divorce”, but Sarah Jessica Parker describes her move into the world of publishing—as editorial director of new literary sub-imprint SJP for Hogarth—as both “thrilling” and “wonderfully challenging”.

Parker’s entrée into publishing has been a long time in the making, beginning with a 2012 chance encounter in New York with Molly Stern, senior vice-president and publisher for Crown, Hogarth, Broadway, Crown Archetype and Three Rivers Press. Stern sent Parker a proof...

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