Eve Nadel Catarevas
Eve Nadel Catarevas always loved to write. There was her newsletter for the kids in her Connecticut neighborhood when she was eight, featuring the “Best Backyards for Sledding” report, tips on houses to avoid on Halloween (pencils, popcorn balls, APPLES!), which raspberry patches were surrounded by poison ivy, and updates on how many more Bazooka Joe bubble gum comics she needed for that itty-bitty, fits-in-the-palm-of your-hand spy camera.
Junior high was about helping with “Dear Prudence,” her sister’s advice-to-the-lovelorn column for the school newspaper.
Later, it was poetry she knew better than to tell anyone about (until now). After college, she actually got paid to write ads for a pharmaceutical company about everything from aspirin and moisturizer to sunscreen and deodorant.
Representing authors and author/illustrators to trade publishers. Including books for ages from baby to young adult fiction and nonfiction.