Cary Goldstein, Vice President, Executive Director of Publicity
and Senior Editor
Cary Goldstein is Vice President, Executive Director of Publicity and Senior Editor at Simon & Schuster, where he leads the publicity department and acquires select works of literary fiction and narrative nonfiction. Among the writers he edits at Simon & Schuster are historian Rick Perlstein; political strategist Steve Schmidt; novelist Stephen Markley; the late Christopher Hitchens; Booker Prize-nominee Siri Hustvedt; National Book Award finalist Christopher Sorrentino; and Benjamin Hale. Goldstein was previously the Publisher of Twelve (2010-2013), where he edited Hollywood legend Jerry Weintraub’s memoir When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead; Benjamin Hale’s debut novel The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore; Mortality and Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens; The Good Nurse by Charles Graeber; Republic Lost by esteemed legal scholar Lawrence Lessig; and the highly acclaimed novel Schroder by Amity Gaige. Other authors he has edited include the late Stéphane Hessel, Bill Minutaglio, Steven L. Davis, Ed Krzemienski, Randy Roberts, Thom Hartmann, Myra MacPherson, and Michael Cannell.