by Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman
SOUNDS LIKE TITANIC is an unexpected and original memoir pitched as “Mozart in the Jungle” meets “The Disaster Artist,” about touring the world as a fake violinist under the tutelage of an eccentric composer, performing with a dead mic everywhere from craft fairs to sold-out concerts at Lincoln Center, in a story exploring what it means to consume false realities in post-9/11 America.
North American publisher: W. W. Norton, forthcoming
Foreign rights contact: Elisabeth Kerr, Norton
Film/TV rights contact: Rachel Crawford, Wolf Literary Services