John W. Warren (he/him), director and associate professor, Master of Professional Studies in Publishing, George Washington University, formerly held the positions of director, George Mason University Press; marketing and sales director, Georgetown University Press; director of marketing, publications, RAND Corporation; and marketing manager at Sage Publications and Fondo de Cultura Económica. He has a master’s in international management from the School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego.
John is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, is a frequent speaker at international publishing conferences, and has authored several articles about the evolution of e-books, including “Zen and the Art of Metadata Maintenance” and “Innovation and the Future of E-Books” (2009), for which he was the winner of the International Award for Excellence in the development of the book. He also authored an open textbook on Impact in Publishing for the Library Publishing Curriculum. He is a classical guitarist and composer, as well as a regular contributor to Classical Guitar and Acoustic Guitar magazines.
As an agent. John represents authors with academic/trade nonfiction works on topics such as international affairs, espionage, science, music, and other topics.