Promotion Monday at Little, Brown! Geoff Shandler, the most recent editor in chief at the publishing house, has been named to the new position of editorial director, where he will head an expansion in Little, Brown’s nonfiction program. Mr. Shandler’s replacement in the role of editor in chief will be Judy Clain, who has edited such mega-bestsellers as Julie and Julia by Julie Powell and Room by Emma Donaghue. According to a statement by publisher Michael Pietsch, Ms. Clain will now serve as Little, Brown’s “primary ambassador to agents” and oversee editorial hiring. And everybody gets to be a vice president! Read More
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