Dorchester Publishing’s attempt to re-invent itself into an e-book and trade paperback publisher after years of specializing in mass market paperback could be coming to an end. The last of the editorial staff has left the company as well as Tim DeYoung, who was senior v-p for sales and marketing. Hannah Wolfson, marketing & publicity coordinator, told PW the company is reorganizing and reassessing its product lines and that the future of both the e-book and trade paperback lines will be decided by the end of the month.

Wolfson added that Dorchester’s remaining staff members “are working to resolve outstanding issues in order to honor our royalty obligations to our authors.”