Karl Weber

Specialties: Business, including management, personal finance and business narratives; also current affairs, politics, and religious/spiritual. 


Karl Weber is a writer and editor specializing in nonfiction, with a focus on business and current affairs. In fifteen years as an editor and publisher with McGraw-Hill, the American Management Association, John Wiley & Sons and Times Business/Random House, Weber edited many bestsellers in fields such as management, investing, careers, business narratives and memoirs. He helped to create Wiley’s acclaimed Portable MBA book series, and, when Worth magazine in 1997 selected the fifteen best investment books of the past 150 years, two were titles edited by Weber. He also edited three bestselling books by former President Jimmy Carter, Living Faith, Sources of Strength, and An Hour Before Daylight


Weber has co-authored several acclaimed books on management and strategy by noted consultant Adrian Slywotzky (most recently Demand) and also co-authored the best-selling business book The Power of We with Jonathan Tisch. In 2008, Weber co-authored Creating a World Without Poverty with Muhammad Yunus, co-winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, which appeared on the New York Times extended bestseller list. 


In the same year, he edited Scott McClellan's political memoir What Happened, which was a number one New York Times bestseller. He also edited companion books for two acclaimed documentary movies, Food Inc. and Waiting for “Superman”; both books appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. Weber's most recent book on politics is Inside the Five-Sided Box by former secretary of defense Ash Carter (2019), which he edited.


Each summer, Weber directs the editing workshop of the Denver Publishing Institute. He is the proprietor of Rivertowns Books, which publishes books by authors whose work Weber supports.


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Email: karlweberliterary@yahoo.com

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