Horowitz to Head Tarcher

Mitch Horowitz has been bumped up from executive editor to editor-in-chief of Penguin's Tarcher imprint. Horowitz, who's been with the imprint for nine years, has brought in a range of authors, including bestselling religious scholar Jacob Needleman (The American Soul and the forthcoming Why Can't We Be Good?) and David Lynch (whose book Catching the Big Fish will bow in January 2007). Horowitz, a widely published author, is currently completing a book on the history of the occult in America.

Keating to Head Dutton

Trena Keating has been named editor in chief of Penguin's Dutton imprint. Most recently associate publisher of Plume books, Keating arrived at Penguin in 2001 as editor-in-chief of Plume.

Balow to Oasis

Oasis Audio, an audiobook publisher in the Christian market, has named Dan Balow associate publisher. Balow was most recently director of sales and marketing research and analysis at Tyndale House Publishers.

Baggetta Hayes Up at Goldberg McDuffie

Angela Baggetta Hayes has been promoted to director of publicity at Goldberg McDuffie Communications. Hayes has been with the firm for more than three years and has worked with such authors as Joseph Stiglitz, Blumenthal and Jane Green.