Writer, P.J. Campbell is the Director of Events for John Wiley & Sons, Inc. publisher creating 400-600 annual events. She is credited with the creation of BOOKSELLING FOR DUMMIES, a 10,000 print-run publication, distributed by the American Booksellers Association and John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
On her own time, she has written for newspapers and magazines on a variety of adult topics, including motivation, sports, health, and art.
PJ interviewed fifteen artists in conjunction with the 2004-2005 Adelphi University Biennial Outdoor Sculpture exhibit and created a series of thirteen articles published by Garden City Life newspaper.
She was the ghostwriter for Richard M. Linchitz, M.D.’s non-fiction book, LIVE AND GROW YOUNG, The Basics of Anti-Aging, What You Really Need to Know. Publication date is yet to be announced.
PJ also has written and performed children’s stories for bookstores, schools, libraries, and children’s parties. As well as published in Young Rider national magazine for her article, SISTERS IN THE SADDLE.
Based on her events’ work in the publishing industry and as a former bookstore General Manager and Director of Events, PJ knows how much an author can contribute to the success of their own book. In her bookstore position, she oversaw all aspects of promoting a given title through publicity, advertising, merchandising and author appearances.
PJ is also the President of GlobalizeArt.com., a web-based company geared to the promotion of high school and college graduate art students’ work.
She is a member of the following professional organizations:
National Association of Women Writers
International Women Writers Guild
Association of Writers and Writing Programs
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
Western Writers of America
Hecksher Museum of Art
Huntington Arts Council
Who’s Who 2006, 2007
Winner of National Novel Writing Month Contest 2004, 2006