Vanessa Mobley, who abruptly left the Penguin Press at the end of January, is joining the Broadway Books imprint of Random House’s Crown Publishing Group as a senior editor.
Ms. Mobley, who was one of Ann Godoff’s top editors, is joining Broadway two months after the imprint got a new publisher in Diane Salvatore, a Read More
Diane Salvatore has made her second acquisition as the newly minted publisher of Broadway Books. The longtime magazine editor, who sat at the helm of Ladies’ Home Journal for many years before entering book publishing this past May, has bought world rights to an intense-sounding novel by 24-year-old Chris Krovatin.
Mr. Krovatin, a big metal Read More
Earlier this month The Observer reported that two magazine journalists, David Lipsky from Rolling Stone and D.T. Max from The New Yorker, had sent proposals out to editors around town for biographies of the late David Foster Wallace. At that time, only Mr. Max had succeeded in selling his—it went to Paul Slovak at Read More