About 29th Street Publishing
David Jacobs, CEO
David, a founder of 29th Street Publishing, previously founded Apperceptive, which was acquired by Six Apart in 2008. At Six Apart, he was vice president of services & platform products.
Alaina Browne, General Manager
Alaina was the founding general manager of Serious Eats, the largest independent food community and publication on the web and winner of two James Beard Awards. At Serious Eats, she was responsible for business operations and led product development for 6.5 years.
Nozlee Samadzadeh, Developer
Nozlee is a writer, a developer, and an editor at The Morning News. She has worked as an editor and cook at Food52 and as an information architect at the design firm Flat.
Greg Knauss, Developer
Greg is a system administrator, the author of Rainy Day Fun and Games for Toddler and Total Bastard, and the creator of the iOS app Romantimatic.
Duncan Regan, Developer
Duncan, recently returned to America from Tokyo, is a front-end developer and co-creator of the online arts and literary magazine TYO Mag. His background is in literature—he holds an M.A. from Temple University in poetry—and his favorite book is Moby Dick.
Nora Bearman, Project Manager
Nora joins 29th Street Publishing from Byliner, where she was a product manager for iOS. She has a background in literature and is the co-founder of Raw Bushwick.
Alex Hunley, Developer
Alex is a programmer and a former bookseller. He loves dogs and thinks football is the best sport. His favorite book is Bleak House.
Matt Jacobs, Designer
Matt is a designer and front-end developer, but is up for anything if it leads to a great product. He is the co-founder of Kidpost, ran product at OkCupid Labs, and worked on content systems at Say Media and Six Apart. In a former life, he was the founding editor of a burger blog.
Brooke Storm, DevOps Engineer
Brooke is a sysadmin and systems architect. She holds an master‘s in Library and Information Science with a background in managing digital collections and web programming. When she isn‘t working, she blogs, reads Terry Pratchett, and performs circus sideshow acts for fun and profit.