Lynn Grady will join Princeton Architectural Press as its publisher, effective November 4, leaving HarperCollins after 15 years
“I am beyond thrilled to be joining the incredible team at Princeton Architectural Press,” Grady said in a statement. “Their award-winning and gorgeously designed books have inspired so many over the years and their esteemed program remains at the forefront of innovative, creative, and smart publishing.”
At HarperCollins, Grady, who has been in trade book publishing for more than three decades, most recently served as deputy publisher at William Morrow and publisher of Dey Street Books. There, she published such books in the pop culture and nonfiction space as Notorious RBG, Together We Rise, Rejected Princesses, The World According to Star Wars, Amy Poehler'sYes Please, Katy Tur's Unbelievable, and acquired books by Cher, Courtney Love, Willie Nelson, and Green Day.
“Lynn is a passionate and widely accomplished book publishing professional who will bring a myriad of knowledge, skills, and abilities to the future growth and success of the Press,” Jack Jensen, president of the McEvoy Group, said in a statement. (The McEvoy Group owns Chronicle Books, Princeton Architectural Press, and other media and publishing properties. “She has great respect and admiration for the high-quality, distinctive list that Princeton creates and is firmly committed to continuing to burnish and grow the exceptional company that Kevin Lippert founded and has helped nurture over these many years.”
Princeton Architectural Press is headquartered in New York City and Hudson, N.Y., and publishes nonfiction books on classicism, architectural design, landscape design, history, photography, and visual culture.
Correction: Princeton Architectural Press is an independent, not university, publisher.