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1. Publishing Jobs: Penguin Random House, Barron’s

This week, Penguin Random House is hiring an editorial assistant, as well as a senior designer for Random House Children’s Books. Meanwhile, Barron’s Educational Series needs a production manager, and Oxford University Press is on the hunt for a production team leader. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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2. Publishing Jobs: Parragon, Chicago Review Press

This week, Parragon is hiring a junior designer, while Chicago Review Press needs a publicist. Assouline Publishing is seeking a senior editor, and Penguin Random House is on the hunt for an editor for Harmony. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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3. Berkley and New American Library Converge in New Publishing Group

berkleyPenguin Publishing Group (PPG) has created the Berkley Publishing Group within PPG, which will be made up of all the Berkley and New American Library (NAL) imprints.

Leslie Gelbman, president, Berkley Publishing Group, will lead the new group. Kara Welsh has been promoted to senior vice president and publisher of the group and Claire Zion has been promoted to vice president and editor in chief. Tom Colgan and Cindy Hwang have both been promoted to vice president and editorial directors of the group. Here is more about the new group from a memo that Gelbman sent to staffers:

On July 1st, we will bring together what have to this point been separate editorial, managing editorial, production and art departments, aligning all areas of our publishing program under a new banner, the Berkley Publishing Group. Berkley and NAL already share marketing, publicity, and advertising teams, a structure which has provided agility as we navigate the ever-evolving marketplace. By unifying all departments, we will be even stronger going forward. I am confident these changes highlight our core strengths and firmly position us to provide the best possible forward-thinking, unwavering support and focus for our books and authors.

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4. Jimmy Iacobelli Named Art Director at Macmillan

St. Martin's Press LogoJimmy Iacobelli has received a promotion and will henceforth serve as art director at St. Martin’s Press.

According to the announcement, Iacobelli manages the trade art department’s Instagram account. During his tenure, he has worked on a variety of book jacket designs “ranging from highly commercial to literary.”

Iacobelli has been with the Macmillan imprint since 2012. Prior to joining this team, he was employed at HarperCollins.

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5. Publishing Jobs: Yale University Press, Loyola Press

This week, Yale University Press is hiring an editor, while Loyola Press needs a supervising production artist. Trident Media Group is seeking a literary assistant, and W.W. Norton & Company is on the hunt for a photo editor. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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6. Publishing Jobs: ABRAMS, Oxford University Press

This week, ABRAMS is hiring an editorial assistant, and Oxford University Press needs a publicist. Meanwhile, Penguin Random House is seeking a community manager for TasteBook.com, as well as a senior director of inventory for its publishing operations group. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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7. Revolving Door News at Dark Horse Comics

dark horse logoA number of staff changes have been made at Dark Horse Comics.

One new assistant editor has been hired and eight members of the editorial team have received promotions.

Here’s the full list of editors and their newly acquired titles: senior editor Dave Marshall, senior editor Philip Simon, editor Daniel Chabon, editor Jim Gibbons, editor Brendan Wright, editor Patrick Thorpe, associate editor Shantel LaRocque, associate editor Aaron Walker, and assistant editor Katii O’Brien.

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8. Publishing Jobs: Henry Holt, HarperCollins Christian

This week, Henry Holt & Company is hiring an associate publicist, while HarperCollins Christian Publishing needs a vice president of marketing. Basic Books is seeking a publicist, and Dover Publications is on the hunt for a crafts acquisition editor. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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9. Publishing Jobs: ABRAMS, Assouline, St. Martin’s Press

This week, ABRAMS is hiring an editor for adult editorial, while Assouline Publishing needs an editor. St. Martin’s Press is seeking an associate creative manager, and Oxford University Press is on the hunt for an assistant digital producer. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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10. Revolving Door News at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

HMH LogoThree members of the team at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt have received promotions.

One change has taken place at the general interest group; henceforth, Liz Anderson will serve as the social media manager.

Within the children’s publishing division, Candace Finn has been named the senior manager of subsidiary rights.

Over at the publicity department, Leila Meglio is now a publicity associate.

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11. Suzanne Murphy Named President of HarperCollins Children’s Books

Harper Children's Logo (GalleyCat)Suzanne Murphy will become president and publisher of HarperCollins Children’s Books. Susan Katz, the executive who is currently holds these titles, will retire this summer.

Murphy has been working as a vice president and publisher at Disney Publishing Worldwide. Her start date at HarperCollins has been set for May 20th. She will report to CEO Brian Murray.

Murphy gave this statement in the press release: “I am thrilled and honored to be taking the baton from Susan, whose leadership of HarperCollins Children’s has set the bar high in the industry for so many years. I look forward to working with the incredibly dynamic, creative, and smart team at HarperCollins. Joining the Children’s group at a time when they are experiencing such tremendous success, with the prospect of even greater growth globally, following the establishment of new international divisions, is incredibly exciting”

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12. Michael McKenzie Moves to Algonquin

Algonquin Books Logo (GalleyCat)Michael McKenzie has been named executive director of publicity at Algonquin. His start date has been set for May 26th.

McKenzie will be based at the publishing house’s New York office. He will manage publicity projects for both the adult and children’s books list.

Prior to this development, McKenzie serve as the senior of director of publicity of the Ecco and Harper imprints at HarperCollins. In the past, he has worked on campaigns for authors Michael Chabon, Amy Tan, and Joyce Carol Oates.

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13. Kathryn Huck Moves to Simon & Schuster

Simon & Schuster Image LogoKathryn Huck will serve as a senior editor at Simon & Schuster’s North Star Way.

According to the press release, North Star Way is a “a new publishing unit that will offer authors an expanded suite of profile-building, ancillary services that extend beyond the boundaries of traditional publishing.” The company announced the launch of this venture back in January 2015.

Prior to this development, Huck worked as a freelance editor. In the past, she has held editorial positions at St. Martin’s Press and HarperCollins.

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14. Janice Audet Moves to Harvard University Press

Harvard University PressJanice Audet will serve as the executive editor of life sciences at Harvard University Press.

Audet gave this statement in the press release: “As both a reader and a publisher, I’ve long admired Harvard University Press’s strong science publishing program. Working outward from my background in cellular and molecular biology, I look forward to growing this program and to broadening my author network across the life sciences”

Audet has devoted more than a decade of her life to a career in publishing. In the past, she has held editorial positions at Jones & Bartlett and Pearson. In 2011, she was named editor of the year for science and technology books at Elsevier.

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15. Publishing Jobs: HarperCollins, Skyhorse

This week, HarperCollins is hiring an editorial director, as well as a web designer. Meanwhile, Skyhorse Publishing is seeking a production editor, and Oxford University Press is on the hunt for a publicity assistant. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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16. Publishing Jobs: HarperCollins, Hillcrest Media

This week, HarperCollins is hiring an editorial director, while HillcrestMedia.com needs a book printing coordinatorW.W. Norton & Company is seeking a project editor for Norton Professional Books, and Penguin Random House is on the hunt for a senior publicist for Random House Children’s Books. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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17. Brant Janeway Moves to St. Martin’s Press

St. Martin's PressBrant Janeway will serve as the vice president of marketing, communications, and development at St. Martin’s Press.

For his new role, Janeway will oversee the Red Team. This group focuses on the following genres: commercial women’s fiction, young adult, romance, cooking & crafts, health/diet/fitness, and parenting.

In the past, Janeway has worked at several different media organizations including Random House’s Bantam Dell imprint, The Daily Beast, and BookMovement.com. Just prior to this development, Janeaway devoted more than five years to the marketing team at the Macmillan Audio division.

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18. Publishing Jobs: Palgrave Macmillan, Basic Books

This week, Palgrave Macmillan is hiring an editor of economics and finance, while Basic Books needs a publicist. Quarto Publishing Group is seeking a publicist, and World Scientific Publishing Co. is on the hunt for an acquisitions editor. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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19. Gail Gonzales Moves to Rodale Books

rodale304Gail Gonzales will serve as a vice president and associate publisher at Rodale Books. Prior to this move, Gonzales worked as a director of integrated marketin at Simon & Schuster.

Gonzales’ start date has been scheduled for June 15th. She will report to senior vice president and publisher Mary Ann Naples.

For her new role, Gonzales will oversee the trade books division. According to the press release, some of the duties she will be charged with include developing “Rodale’s publishing program, as well as new products and initiatives with current and perspective authors and brands; cultivate synergy with Rodale magazines, integrated marketing team, and direct-to-consumer books group; and work closely with Macmillan.”

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20. Publishing Jobs: Penguin Random House, HarperCollins

This week, Penguin Random House is hiring a designer for Random House Children’s Books, as well as a senior publicist for WaterBrook Multnomah. HarperCollins needs a senior designer, and Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group is on the hunt for an associate marketing manager. Get the scoop on these openings and more below, and find additional just-posted gigs on Mediabistro.

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21. McKenna Jordon Joins Minotaur Books Team

St. Martin's Press McKenna Jordan, the owner of the Murder By the Book store, has been brought on as an outside publishing consultant at the St. Martin’s Press imprint, Minotaur Books.

Jordan, whose shop is based in Houston, will continue to work as a bookseller in addition to performing the duties required of her in this newly created position. She will report to editorial director Kelley Ragland.

Jordan had this statement in the press release: “I am so very excited to be working with Andrew, Kelley and the rest of the staff at Minotaur Books! After years of hand-selling their titles on the front lines at Murder By The Book, I hope to be able to bring a unique, first-hand insight about how best to market and promote Minotaur titles to all consumers.”

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22. Katy O’Donnell Moves to Nation Books

Nation Books LogoKaty O’Donnell has been brought on to the Nation Books team.

O’Donnell will serve as an associate editor. She will work with editorial director Alessandra Bastagli.

Throughout her career, O’Donnell has held editorial positions at Overlook Press and Basic Books. Some of the books she has edited include Edward Baptist’s The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism, John Merriman’s Massacre: The Life and Death of the Paris Commune, and Eugene Rogan’s The Fall of the Ottomans: The Great War in the Middle East.

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23. Ashley Gilliam Named Online Marketing Manager at Scribner

Simon & Schuster LogoAshley Gilliam has been named online marketing manager at Simon & Schuster’s Scribner imprint.

Some of the duties of Gilliam’s new role include overseeing social media campaigns, managing online advertisements and developing content for Scribner Magazine. Prior to this promotion, she served as the publishing manager at this division.

Gilliam has worked at Scribner for nearly two years. In the past, she has held positions at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and GemmaMedia.

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24. Four Agents Join Forces to Form The Book Group

The Book Group Logo (GalleyCat)Julie Barer, Faye Bender, Brettne Bloom, and Elisabeth Weed will join together to establish The Book Group. This new venture will be a full-service literary agency.

According to Publishers Lunch, each of these literary agents have more than a decade of experience in the industry. Some of the authors on the agency’s client list “include Kristin Cashore, Liane Moriarty, Paula McLain, Elisabeth Egan, Lisa Fain, Joshua Ferris, Sarah Jio, Lily King, Celeste Ng, Allison Winn Scotch, Helen Simonson, J. Courtney Sullivan, and Luisa Weiss.”

Newbery Medal winner Rebecca Stead has also been brought on as an agent. She aims to work with clients who write fiction stories for adults, young adults, middle grade readers, and children.

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25. Revolving Door News at Penguin Random House

Penguin Random House LogoThree editors at Penguin Random House have received promotions.

One change took place at the Crown imprint. Domenica Alioto will henceforth serve as a senior editor.

Two changes have been made at the Clarkson Potter division. Rica Allannic, an executive editor, is now a vice president. Amanda Englander has been named editor.

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