Publicity that heals

About Us

Amazing job! I have no doubt your work is a big reason why The Traumatized Brain is one of our bestselling frontlist books of the year.
Gene Taft, Publicity Manager, Johns Hopkins University Press

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Leslie Wolfe Arista has been practicing “healthy publicity” for more than 20 years. Among the words her clients have used to describe her are: intuitive, creative, diligent, thorough, smart, deeply committed, resourceful and ever-so-supportive. Leslie has enjoyed productive collaborations with first-rate authors, publishers and entrepreneurs, as well as journalists, producers and bookers across the U.S. and in Canada.

Leslie is dedicated to promoting medical professionals, because they’re committed to healing. She says, “Our campaigns deliver national name recognition, drive book sales, and generate buzz about new research or healthcare innovation, but, above all, we help our clients educate and inform people—increase their awareness and understanding about wellness and healing—and this impacts lives.”

Among Leslie’s placements: NY Times, LA Times, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail; Better Homes & Gardens, Family Circle, Parade, Woman’s Day, Women’s Health, Scientific American, Huffington Post; NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show,” “Morning Edition,” “Here & Now,” and “All Things Considered”; and ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and FOX.