Webster Noah is a writer and editor of commercial fiction and nonfiction.
His bestselling authors include Chris Wallace, Brett Favre, Matthew Modine, and Steven Pressfield. Alden’s titles have been featured on Sixty Minutes, The Today Show, Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday, and on the front page of The New York Times.
Upcoming titles Noah has developed and edited include YA fiction, Girl From Nowhere (Bloomsbury, 2020) and memoir, 60 Stories About 30 Seconds (Post Hill/Simon and Schuster, 2020).
Two of Noah’s books have sold to studios for over $1 million.
Noah founded and was editor in chief of a publishing company (under Penguin Random House) where he bought, developed, edited, and helped to write dozens of books.
He has written for The New York Times Magazine and Departures magazine.
Among other studio films, Noah produced The Conspirator, starring Robin Wright and James McAvoy, directed by Robert Redford. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America (WGA).
Author, A Yogi Goes to Law School
“I’ve worked with Webster Noah for over a dozen years now. We’ve probably done forty or fifty books together. As a book designer, I’ve always appreciated Webster’s ability to make any given book concept work at another level. Whether conceiving, re-writing, or editing, Webster works intensively and professionally while making it the most enjoyable experience. He also has a spider sense for what the reader wants – his commercial instincts are excellent. What’s more, he provided a real shot in the arm for me in my own writing.”
—Timothy Hsu, Hsu & Associates