The Penguin Press expansion continues, following the recent hire of Andrea Walker to acquire fiction for the Penguin imprint and the announcement by president Ann Godoff this spring that Penguin Press would be aiming to grow its list by 50 percent.
Colin Dickerman, most recently vice president and publishing director of Rodale Books, has now Read More
The Penguin Press, which has been one pair of hands short since Vanessa Mobley’s departure at the end of January, has hired Nick Trautwein of Bloomsbury to edit nonfiction.
Mr. Trautwein, who came to publishing from magazines, has been at Bloomsbury since 2006; while there, he edited such titles as Edmund White’s A Read More
Henry Holt’s flagship imprint has a new editor in chief. Who it is we don’t know yet, nor will we for two or three more weeks unless the wrong person hears about it and sings. Apparently, whoever it is hasn’t quite gotten up the nerve to give notice yet at his or her old job, Read More
Bloomsbury USA announced this afternoon that Richard Charkin, executive director of its UK-based parent company, will take over for recently departed president Karen Rinaldi, while Colin Dickerman, Ms. Rinaldi’s old No. 2, will serve as publisher of the house’s adult trade operation.
The announcement comes just over a week after Ms. Rinaldi announced that she Read More