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Revolving Door News at Crown, Peanuts Worldwide & More - Posted March 21, 2013
A number of publishers announced new hires and promotions this week. Tracy Behar has been promoted to executive editor and VP at Little, Brown and Company. She has been with this imprint for eight years. Lania Adler now holds the title of vice president and senior director of marketing a... [GalleyCat]

Phyllis Grann To Retire from Doubleday - Posted May 23, 2011
Editor Phyllis Grann will retire from her position at Doubleday. In a letter written by editor-in-chief Sonny Mehta, he praised Grann "as a brilliant editor and savvy businesswoman." Grann has worked in publishing for four decades. Prior to Doubleday, she held editorial positions at Willia... [GalleyCat]

Sonia Sotomayor to Publish Memoir with Knopf - Posted July 12, 2010
Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor (pictured, via) will publish a memoir with Alfred A. Knopf. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group EIC ... [GalleyCat]

John Grisham Backlist Now Available in eBook Format - Posted March 16, 2010
Today Random House announced that the complete John Grisham backlist--23 titles in all--will now be available in digital form. The books are available now, and the author has a new novel scheduled for October. Last November, Grisham ... [GalleyCat]

David Remnick to Publish Barack Obama Biography - Posted February 22, 2010
On April 9, Alfred A. Knopf will publish The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama by New Yorker editor David Remnick. The book will launch with 200,000 hardcover copies and a simultaneous eBook edition. For this new book, Remnick (pictured, via ... [GalleyCat]

Five Million Copies of New Dan Brown Book Coming in September - Posted April 20, 2009
After years of delay and anticipation, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group will release Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" this September with an initial print run of five million copies. The new novel is a follow-up to the "The Da Vinci Code," the bestselling adventure that sold 81 million copies worldwide. Brown... [GalleyCat]

Robert Barnett's Multimillion Dollar Advance Touch - Posted August 31, 2007
Bloomberg's Edward Nawotka finally uncovers some answers to questions I've wanted to ask for ages: how exactly does Robert Barnett earn his living from the megawatt authors, politicians and celebrities he represents? Not by standard agency commission, that's for sure, because e... [GalleyCat]

Clinton To Publish New Book in September - Posted July 10, 2007
PW Daily reports that former President Bill Clinton's next book, GIVING: How of Each of Us Can Change the World, will be published on September 4 by Knopf. The 256-page manuscript - much shorter than his nearly 1,000-page memoir, also published by Knopf - was acquired by the imprint's chairman and... [GalleyCat]

Miller Moves from Vintage to Knopf - Posted May 15, 2007
PW Daily reports that Vintage/Anchor senior editor Andrew Miller is moving floors in the Random House building as a result of his new gig as a senior editor at Knopf. "Andrew is an exceptional editor who, in his tenure at Vintage/Anchor, has demonstrated a keen eye for topical nonfiction," said Knopf... [GalleyCat]

The Everyman's Library Turns 100 - Posted January 9, 2007
The Wall Street Journal's Tom Nolan focuses attention on the centenary of the Everyman's Library, founded in 1906 by bookbinder-turned-publisher Joseph Malaby Dent to preserve great works of literature. The books found a fan in Knopf... [GalleyCat]

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