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  • Fain Moves Up at Hachette; Young Returns to LB

    Heather Fain, who has held the dual positions of senior v-p, director of marketing strategy for HBG and deputy publisher of Little, Brown, will now be focusing solely on her marketing role. To replace her at LB, HBG has brought Craig Young back to the company.

  • Ebershoff Leaving Random House

    David Ebershoff, who has distinguished himself as both an editor of literary bestsellers and an author of them, is leaving his job as editor to focus on his job as author.

  • Markham, Holquist Retire From Discovery House

    Judith E. Markham, managing editor at the publishing arm of Our Daily Bread Ministries, and Carol Holquist, publisher of the press, are retiring. They are being replaced, respectively, by Joyce Dinkins and Ken Petersen.

  • Sally Kim Named Editorial Director of G.P. Putnam's Sons

    The new v-p, editorial director will oversee the entire acquisition process and editorial team for the imprint.

  • Authors on the Air October 13, 2015: Frank Sinatra, Jr.

  • David Swail Named Interim Director of CPC

    After the passing of its executive director Jackie Hushion, industry association Canadian Publishers' Council, has appointed David Swail as executive director on an interim basis, effective immediately.

  • Authors on the Air October 2, 2015: Helen Macdonald and Kate Clifford Larson

    Helen Macdonald, author of 'H is for Hawk' (Grove, 9780802123411), will appear on 'Well Read' on Friday, October 2.

  • Kissner Elected Chairman of John Wiley

    The board of directors of John Wiley & Sons has officially elected Matthew Kissner to succeed Peter Booth Wiley, who first announced he would step down as chairman of the board in December 2014.

  • Children's Job Moves: September 2015

    New job announcements in children's publishing for September 2015.

  • Lorin Stein Takes At-Large Editor Post at FSG

    The editor of 'The Paris Review' is taking on an editor-at-large role at the storied Macmillan division.

  • Mollett Leaving U.K.'s Publishers Association

    Richard Mollet, chief executive of the Publishers Association, is to step down next year to become head of European Government Affairs at RELX Group (formerly known as Reed Elsevier).

  • Authors on the Air September 24, 2015: Fr. Michael Collins

    Fr. Michael Collins, author of 'Pope Francis: A Photographic Portrait of the People's Pope' (DK, 9781465439833), will appear on WNYW-TV FOX 5's 'Good Day, New York' on Friday, September 25.

  • Cairns Out, Montgomery Up at Publishing Technology

    Publishing Technology has announced that CEO Michael Cairns has stepped down, effective immediately after the Board projected a net loss for the year.

  • Nussbaum Leaving F+W for America's Test Kitchen

    After eight years of leading F+W Media, Inc., David Nussbaum will be stepping down as chairman and CEO at the end of the month to become CEO of America’s Test Kitchen.

  • Slavin Named President at Open Road

    Media executive Paul Slavin has been named president of Open Road Integrated Media, a newly created position for the company.

  • Brockwell Named President of National Book Network

    Jason Brockwell takes over from NBN founder Jed Lyons who has served as the president of the distribution company since its launch nearly 30 years ago.

  • Four Questions for...Poet Mira Gonzalez

    When Gonzalez's first collection, 'i will never be beautiful enough to make us beautiful together' made its way onto singer Lily Allen’s Instagram feed last month, the poet was thrust into the spotlight.

  • Authors on the Air September 16, 2015: Alan C. Fox

    Alan C. Fox, author of 'People Tools for Business: 50 Strategies for Building Success, Creating Wealth, and Finding Happiness' (SelectBooks/Midpoint, 9781590793565) will appear on the 'Steve Harvey Show' on Thursday, September 17.

  • Authors on the Air September 14, 2015: Bethany McLean

    Bethany McLean, author of 'Shaky Ground: The Strange Saga of the U.S. Mortgage Giants' (Columbia Global Reports, 9780990976301), will appear on NPR's 'Marketplace' on Monday, September 14.

  • PW Star Watch 2015

    PW is proud to announce the names of the 40 honorees (including four finalists and one superstar) of its inaugural Star Watch program, which recognizes young publishing professionals who have distinguished themselves as future leaders of the industry.

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