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  • Four Questions For...'Girl on the Train' Editor Sarah McGrath

    We chatted with the Riverhead editor-in-chief about the thriller's meteoric rise.

  • Loft's Executive Director To Step Down

    Jocelyn Hale announced Wednesday that she is stepping down from her post at the Minneapolis literary center, where she spent years as director and another five as board member.

  • Publishing, After a Life in Publishing

    Besides sharing years of experience in traditional publishing, the trio of Pat Mulcahy, Philip Turner, and Joan Hilty have other things in common. They have all managed to re-create themselves for a new era in the publishing industry.

  • Authors on the Air January 22, 2015: Brian Krebs

    Brian Krebs, author of 'Spam Nation' (Sourcebooks, 9781402295614), will appear on the 'Diane Rehm Show' on Thursday, January 22.

  • Karyn Marcus Returning to S&S

    Karyn Marcus is returning to Simon & Schuster as a senior editor, starting February 2.

  • Klipper to Retire from B&N in May

    Mitchell Klipper, who during his 28-year career at Barnes & Noble oversaw many of the company’s store initiatives, including its launch of superstores, will retire May 2.

  • Maciag, Cummings to Retire at HBG

    At Hachette Book Group, Tom Maciag, executive v-p and chief financial officer, and Gerry Cummings, senior v-p for distribution, will be retiring in the coming months.

  • Authors on the Air January 8, 2015: Nicholas Carlson

    Nicholas Carlson, author of 'Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!' (Twelve, 9781455556618), will appear on Bloomberg Radio 'Taking Stock' on Thursday, January 8; and MSNBC's 'The Cycle' on Friday, January 9.

  • Promotions, Reorg at Rodale

    The publisher has promoted Mary Ann Naples from v-p and publisher of Rodale Books to senior v-p and publisher. With her promotion, come a number of other hires, and structural tweaks to the books division at the company.

  • Morin Adds President Duties at Ingram

    Shawn Morin, chief operating officer of Ingram Content Group since June 2012, has taken on the additional responsibilities of president.

  • New Contact Info for Shanks

    David Shanks, former CEO of Penguin Group USA, fulfilled his contractual obligations to Penguin Random House as of December 31, 2014. He can be reached at his new email address,

  • Children's Job Moves: December 2014

    New job announcements in children's publishing for December 2014.

  • Aiken Updates on Battle with ALS

    On his blog, Paul Aiken, former executive director of the Authors Guild, revealed that he has found success in using corticosteroids to combat his ALS/MND symptoms.

  • INgrooves Founder Robb McDaniels to Resign

    Robb McDaniels, founder and CEO of INgrooves Music Group, and who oversaw the launch of the company's e-book division, INscribe Digital, will step down at the end of 2014.

  • Authors on the Air December 18, 2014: Molly Manning

    Molly Manning, author of 'When Books Went to War: The Stories That Helped Us Win World War II' (HMH, 9780544535022 ) will appear on WNYC’s the 'Leonard Lopate Show' on Friday, December 19.

  • Susan Reich to Retire from PGW

    Susan Reich has announced that she will be retiring as president of Publishers Group West, the distribution arm of Perseus Books Group, effective March 31, 2015.

  • Smith Joins Bonnier As Head of Fiction

    Mark Smith, founder and former CEO of Quercus, has been named CEO of Bonnier Publishing Fiction in London, covering both adult and children’s lists.

  • Meet the Editor: Kathy Belden

    Growing up in a small factory town in upstate New York, Kathy Belden had little interest in books until she moved to a new high school during her senior year and found herself in Mrs. Jerry’s English class.

  • Donahue to Leave S&S

    Suzanne Donahue, v-p and associate publisher at Simon & Schuster, will be leaving the company on December 22.

  • Four Questions For...Other Press Publisher Judith Gurewich

    PW talked to Other Press publisher Judith Gurewich, who picked up world English rights to a bestseller in France after a heated auction at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair.

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