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  • Sara Nelson Heading to HarperCollins

    Nelson, currently editorial director for Books and Kindle at Amazon (and formerly editor-in-chief of 'Publishers Weekly'), is joining the publisher's Harper imprint as v-p, executive editor and special advisor to the publisher, Jonathan Burnham.

  • Gordon Named VP of Education Sales at PRH

    Brent Gordon, who was most recently senior v-p of sales for global education at Wiley, is stepping into the newly created role of v-p of education sales and strategy at Penguin Random House.

  • Katherine Flynn Named Partner At Kneerim & Williams

    Kneerim & Williams has named Katherine Flynn the group’s newest partner, based in its Boston office. She will continue to represent authors of fiction and nonfiction.

  • Dunne Moving to Boutique Imprint

    Thomas Dunne is moving into a new role at St. Martin's, overseeing a list of “several dozen” titles per year with a core group of Thomas Dunne Books staff members.

  • Enderlin Named EVP and Publisher at St. Martin's Press

    Longtime editor Jennifer Enderlin has been promoted to executive v-p and publisher at the Macmillan imprint. She will take on the new title while retaining her role as editor and continuing to both acquire new books and edit many of SMP's bestselling authors.

  • Ian Hudson to Head DK

    Hudson, who held two high-ranking posts at Penguin Random House, has been named CEO of the company’s DK Publishing subsidiary. Hudson is succeeding John Duhigg, and will take on his new role July 1.

  • Rachel Fershleiser Joins HMH in New Position

    Tumblr's former director of publisher outreach and a mainstay in New York's digital publishing and literary circuit will serve as Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's executive director of audience development beginning June 1.

  • Slavin Named CEO of Open Road; Friedman Becomes Chairman

    Effective immediately, Paul Slavin has been promoted to CEO of Open Road Integrated Media, while company cofounder and CEO Jane Friedman has been named chairman and executive publisher.

  • Children's Job Moves: May 2016

    New job announcements in children's publishing for May 2016.

  • Marsh Takes New Role at Abrams & Chronicle Books

    Brenda Marsh has been named the managing director of Abrams & Chronicle Books, the London-based distribution venture of Abrams and Chronicle.

  • Children's Job Moves: April 2016

    New job announcements in children's publishing for April 2016.

  • Constantine Leaving the Authors Guild

    Jan Constantine will step down as the legal counsel of the Authors Guild at the end of April, just a few days after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Guild's appeal in its copyright infringement lawsuit against Google.

  • Authors on the Air April 5, 2016: Daniel A. Sjursen, Caleb Kaltenbach

    Daniel A. Sjursen, author of Ghost Riders of Baghdad: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Myth of the Surge (ForeEdge, 978-1-61168-781-1) will be on WDBO FM 96.5 with Pat Williams on Thursday, April 7 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

  • Ingram Taps Morin as CEO

    The publishing service provider promotes its former COO, while John R. Ingram will remain chairman.

  • Children's Job Moves: March 2016

    New job announcements in children's publishing for March 2016.

  • Alexandra Machinist Among Newly Named Partners at ICM

    ICM Partners has added nine agents as partners, including literary agent Alexandra Machinist. The agency completed a firm buyout in 2012 that brought control of the company into the hands of its agents and top executives.

  • Norton Names Curry to New Sales and Marketing Post

    The publisher has created a new position--v-p of trade sales and marketing--and appointed senior editor Brendan Curry to the post.

  • Authors on the Air March 28, 2016: Adam Hochschild, Caleb Kaltenbach, Jon Land

    Adam Hochschild, author of 'Spain in Our Hearts' (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt , ISBN 978-0-5479-7318-0), will appear on NPR’s 'Fresh Air' on Monday, March 28.

  • Bethany Buck Named Editorial Director at Sky Pony

    Bethany Buck, a veteran of the children's publishing industry, will join Skyhorse Publishing as editorial director of its children’s imprint on March 21.

  • Four Questions for...New National Book Foundation head, Lisa Lucas

    Lucas, the first woman and first African-American to lead the National Book Foundation, talks about her plans for making the organization more relevant to those outside New York publishing.

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