Books may be “traditional media” — and we’re happy to keep that tradition going.
The publishing wing of Atomic Tango produces books in all genres with an emphasis on creativity — even in nonfiction. We believe life is too short for dry books (dry martinis, yes; dry books, never).
Copyediting With An Attitude:
How To Proof And Edit Ads And Other Marketing Copy
written by Freddy Tran Nager
illustrated by Mark Armstrong
If you want to write marketing copy like a pro, creative ideas and basic grammar are just a start. You also have to know how to edit your work ruthlessly AND creatively.
The first in Atomic Tango’s series of micro-textbooks (practical advice in 50 pages for 10 bucks), Copyediting With An Attitude will show you how to make your writing flawless, active, concrete, and tight.
And it’s not just for copywriters. Copyediting With An Attitude can help anyone who works with words or wordsmiths:
- Creative directors and other execs who hire and manage copywriters
- Journalists, bloggers, or creative writers
- Publication editors
- Students and professors who need to rescue their prose from the cursed “academic voice”
- Anyone who just wants to have more fun writing
Whatever your goal, you’ll find guidelines, examples, challenges, and cats. Yes, cats. You can’t have a book on attitude without them.
The Lit Life: Creative Nonfiction
From longtime Atomic Tango conspirator Kimberly Tronic comes a true story about her hilarious struggles with cancer. Wait — hilarious?
At thirty-six, Kimberly considered herself lucky: her life revolved around coffee, cats, and cracking jokes. Unfortunately, another “C” word lurked in the shadows. She watched helplessly as her old reality gave way to a new one. A scarier one. A bald, bizarre, baffling way of life. How could her body betray her like this?
But despite the daunting diagnosis, Kimberly faced her fears with colorful costumes, wild wigs, and a sprinkle of sass. With every tear she shed, eyelash she lost, and meltdown she endured, Kimberly realized that a little darkness doesn’t have to dampen your spirit. Because cancer isn’t funny — but a touch of tumor humor might be the perfect prescription.