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
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
Vanessa Mobley, one of the top book editors in New York, is leaving The Penguin Press, where she has worked under publisher Ann Godoff since 2006.
Several sources said it was her own decision.
Ms. Mobley, widely thought to be among the most talented 30-somethings in town when it comes to Read More
New Yorker Washington correspondent Ryan Lizza finalized an agreement Monday with Vanessa Mobley of the Penguin Press to write a book about President-elect Barack Obama’s first year in office. Mr. Lizza’s contract, worth a sum in the mid-six-figures, was negotiated by his D.C.-based literary agent, Gail Ross. It is, to date, his second book deal, Read More