Todd Bottorff is a graduate of Harvard University, author, editor, and award-winning publisher. He has edited or published hundreds of titles in varying subjects including creativity, history, and literary fiction.
He has served as the President and Publisher of Turner Publishing since 2002. Through Todd’s leadership, Turner was just named as the fastest growing independent publisher in the nation by Publishers Weekly.
He serves as a board member of Nashville’s public television station, WNPT, the Humanities Tennessee and is an Alumni Board member of Montgomery Bell Academy. He lives in Nashville with his wife and two children.
Here’s what the Nashville Scene’s Christopher Clancy had to say about Todd’s first book 21 Things to Create a Better Life, “Some of history’s most momentous books run fewer than 100 pages: The Communist Manifesto, for instance, barely tops 50…21 Things to Create a Better Life is a wee bit longer -- 125 pages -- but no less revolutionary.”
For more information about Todd, please visit www.twentyonethings.com
or call 615-255-BOOK.