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Revolving Door News at Penguin Books for Young Readers & Zola Books - Posted July 20, 2012
A number of publishing industry veterans made new career moves this week. Kenneth Wright will join Penguin Books for Young Readers as vice president and publisher of Viking Children's Books. Prior to this move, Wright worked as a literary agent at Writers House. Some of the writers and illustrators he has worked... [GalleyCat]

Three Promotions at HarperCollins - Posted January 29, 2010
In a flurry of good news, HarperCollins promoted three employees this week. As we reported, the company promoted Michael McKenzie to senior publicity di... [GalleyCat]

Meet the Dogs of Brooklyn - Posted November 25, 2009
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Bertrams and Gardners Target Independent Booksellers - Posted June 20, 2007
The Bookseller reports that wholesalers Bertrams and Gardners are going head to head this summer with a range of discounts for independent booksellers. Bertrams is launching a "Summer Reading three-for-two" campaign, which is offering indies a 55% discount on selected titles "to enable [them] to mount a profitable and sales-driving three-for-two".... [GalleyCat]

Grogan Upset Over Book of Unauthorized Newspaper Columns - Posted June 8, 2007
When I passed by Vanguard Press's booth at BEA and chatted briefly with its publisher, Roger Cooper, he mentioned that one of its fall titles would be a book by John Grogan. Interesting, I thought, that the author of MARLEY AND ME would take his next project to Perseus's high-royalty, low-advance... [GalleyCat]

Publishers Sure Like These Doggone Books - Posted January 18, 2007
At the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jen A. Miller sees the aftermath of the incredible success of John Grogan's MARLEY AND ME, which sold so many copies that like-minded books by Caroline Knapp, Andrew DePrisco and others would inevitably follow. It he... [GalleyCat]