Futter, Rapkin, Pierpont to Hachette
Hachette has added three industry veterans to its editorial team. Deb Futter has joined the Grand Central imprint as v-p and editor-in-chief of its hardcover division, filling a position left open when Amy Einhorn left to go to Penguin. Futter, who started as an assistant at Bantam Books in 1982, was deputy editorial director at Doubleday. Michelle Rapkin has been named executive editor of Hachette’s Center Street imprint. Rapkin most recently was v-p and director of religious publishing at Doubleday and was founding editor of Crossings Book Club. Amy Pierpont has been named editorial director of Grand Central’s romance imprint, Forever, and senior editor at Grand Central. Pierpont, who spent over a decade at Pocket, arrives from Clarkson Potter.
Treistman to Skyhorse
Ann Treistman has been named senior editor at Skyhorse Publishing. She was most recently an editorial freelancer at Stewart, Tabori & Chang and Abrams Image, where she worked on such titles as Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar by Daniel Klein and Tom Cathcart.
Dillon Up at RH
Sanyu Dillon has been promoted from director of marketing and associate publisher of trade paperbacks at Random House to v-p.
Woolley to OUP
Sarah Jane Woolley has been named assistant editor of Grove Art Online/Grove Dictionaries of Art at Oxford University Press.
Dunham to SUNY Press
Gary H. Dunham has been named director of SUNY Press, effective January 2. Dunham, who has worked at university presses for over 15 years, was most recently director of the University of Nebraska Press.
Alvarado to Krupp
Tiffany Alvarado has been named senior account executive at Krupp Kommunications. Alvarado arrives from Planned Television Arts. At Krupp she will handle media for clients like HarperCollins and Hyperion.
Pillar Up at Goldberg McDuffie
Laura Pillar has been promoted to director of publicity at Goldberg McDuffie Communications. Pillar, who now handles general nonfiction and fiction titles, will additionally be working on GMC’s business division.
Miller Up at LibreDigital
LibreDigital general manager Craig Miller has added the v-p tag to his title. In this expanded role, Miller will be responsible for worldwide product definition, sales, marketing and operations. LibreDigital, a division of Newsstand Inc., develops and markets the Internet Digital Warehouse for Publishers, including HarperCollins.