Susan E. Meyer is the author of nearly a dozen books on illustration, art, and design. Until 1981, when she left Billboard Publications, Inc. to establish Roundtable Press with Marsha Melnick, she served as editorial director of four consumer and trade magazines: American Artist, Art & Antiques, Interiors, and Residential Interiors. From 1971 to 1979, Susan was Editor-in-Chief of American Artist, and in 1978 she conceived and launched Art & Antiques Magazine. She was a trade book editor from 1962 to 1979 for Collier Books and Watson-Guptill Publications. Susan teaches Book Packaging at New York University.



Prior to founding Roundtable Press with Susan Meyer in 1981, Marsha Melnick served as Editorial Director of Watson-Guptill Publications, the book division of Billboard Publications, Inc., where she was responsible for acquiring and developing 60 titles a year on art instruction, art history, graphic design, crafts, architecture, and interior design. From 1970 to 1977, Marsha held editorial and marketing positions in the school division of Random House. In 1983-84 she served as President of the American Book Producers Association.

julie Before joining Roundtable Press in 1995, Julie Merberg held editorial positions at Fireside, Ballantine, and Perigee. With an initial mandate to expand Roundtable's trade business, Julie focused on launching licensed series with such imprimaturs as Parents Magazine and Always searching for innovative ways to present and market ideas and information, she has personal interest and expertise in the areas of media, health and fitness, parenting, and girls' and women's issues. Julie became a partner at Roundtable Press in 1998.