Alethea Spiridon-Hopson has been named Entangled Publishing’s new managing editor and an acquiring senior editor.
In her new role, Spiridon-Hopson will oversee the company’s new romance genre line (headed by editorial director Lori Wilde) called “Indulgence.”
Wilde gave this statement in the release: “Indulgence will focus on alpha heroes and storylines similar to those found in Harlequin’s very successful Desire line. Our category romances will emphasize young, fresh voices within the traditional tropes.”
Spiridon-Hopson is looking for “flirty voices,” good humor and strong characters. Prior to this appointment, she served as an editor at Harlequin for almost seven years and worked as a freelance editor. In the past, she has worked with authors Bobby Hutchinson, Roberta Gellis and Lori Foster.
- 3 Staff Members at St. Martin's Press Receive Promotions
- Executives to Transform McSweeney's Into a Non-Profit Organization
- Those Were the Days: Norman Lear’s Memoir Pubs Today
- Carlos Lozada Named Nonfiction Book Critic at 'The Washington Post'