Face is creative nonfiction and would fit well in feminist studies/women's studies sections. It does include some fiction in it (based on real-life interviews by the author), but it's better categorized as NONfiction.
Justine Bateman was one of the stars on the hugely popular 1980s TV sitcom, Family Ties (with Michael J. Fox, etc.)
At its height, roughly 62 million people tuned in weekly to watch Family Ties.
10,000-copy hardcover print run.
For Bateman's previous book, Fame, Bateman appeared on national mainstream TV (Megyn Kelly Today), radio (KCRW, CBC, KPFA, Studio 360), and the book was widely reviewed in publications such as People magazine, New York Times, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, etc.
As we did for the promotion of Fame, we will work with an independent publicist to aid in booking high profile media.
Bateman was nominated for two best supporting actress Emmys and a Golden Globe for her role on Family Ties.
Bateman has been active in film and TV for over thirty years as an actress, director, producer, and writer.
Bateman has a BA in Digital Media Management and Computer Science from UCLA.
Bateman's directorial feature film debut of her own script, Violet, was an official selection at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival.