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What Will Happen to Dan Mallory?

Publishers Weekly -

William Morrow is standing by Dan Mallory, author of the bestseller 'The Woman in the Window,' after a 'New Yorker' article detailed how he repeatedly lied to colleagues and superiors for years as he rose up the ranks in publishing.

HMH Trade in Realignment

Publishers Weekly -

An HMH spokesperson said the realignment included "a limited set of position eliminations, as well as the creation of new roles to meet our business goals."

RH Names Combined Teams in Several Departments

Publishers Weekly -

Random House took more steps to streamline its operations since its merger with Crown, naming new combined teams for the public relations and marketing; art; and finance, subsidiary rights, and publishing operations departments.

PRH Closing Spiegel & Grau Imprint

Publishers Weekly -

After nearly 14 years of publishing, Spiegel & Grau, the celebrated imprint launched by successful editors Cindy Spiegel & Julie Grau, is being shuttered. With the closure, the imprint's eponymous founders are leaving Penguin Random House.

Jay Asher Sues SCBWI for Defamation

Publishers Weekly -

The 'Thirteen Reasons Why' author has filed a lawsuit against the Society of Children’s Book Writers, as well as the group’s executive director, Lin Oliver, over their allegations of sexual harassment.

Graphic Arts Books Rebrands as West Margin Press

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The new name for the indie press signals a new direction for the company. “We want to make room for more voices, increasingly engaging visuals, and an expansive view of the world within our house,” said publishing director Jennifer Newens.

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