Mary Ann Blair has joined the Iguana Books team as the Toronto press’s publisher.
Rob Philpott will serve as Hachette Book Group Canada’s new marketing director.
The Transatlantic Agency has announced that effective July 14, Megan Philipp will serve as executive assistant to Samantha Haywood.
Penguin Random House Canada has announced the launch of an audiobook publishing program to be led by Ann Jansen.
New hires and promotions at Dundurn.
Canadian Publishers’ Council has appointed Roger Clarke to the position of vice-president, K-20, effective immediately.
B.C. press Greystone Books has announced the pending retirement of associate publisher Nancy Flight, effective Oct. 16.
Bhavna Chauhan, Kiara Kent, and Zoe Maslow have been promoted at Penguin Random House Canada.
Stephanie Strain has joined ECW Press as marketing coordinator.
Carrie Gleason is the new publisher of James Lorimer & Company, effective April 10.
Kitchener, Ontario–based Library Services Centre has announced the hire of David Lewis in the position of library service representative, effective March 13.
The Cooke Agency has hired senior literary assistant Paige Sisley full-time, while Cooke International has hired Hana El Niwairi in the position of rights assistant.
House of Anansi Press has announced that Toronto poet Kevin Connolly has come on board as poetry editor, replacing outgoing editor Damian Rogers.
Halifax-based Nimbus Publishing has hired Karen McMullin as its first national publicist.
Michelle MacAleese is joining Vancouver-based editorial services company LifeTree Media.
Publishers Group Canada has promoted Erin Dunlop to the position of sales coordinator.
Toronto indie publisher Joe Books has announced several staffing changes.
Victoria-based press TouchWood Editions has announced that publisher emeritus Pat Touchie has retired.
Grant Munroe will step down as director of marketing and publicity for Biblioasis.
Personnel change for Georgetown Publications.
Former Chatelaine books editor Laurie Grassi is joining Simon & Schuster Canada.
Children’s book publisher Annick Press has announced that, effective Feb. 3, 2017‚ Colleen MacMillan‚ Annick’s Vancouver-based associate publisher‚ will retire.
Halifax-based editor Kim Pittaway is joining the University of King’s College’s master of fine arts in creative non-fiction program as its new executive director.
Three personnel changes from Penguin Random House Canada imprint McClelland & Stewart.
HarperCollins has announced the hiring of Shannon Whibbs to the role of associate editor. She will manage the HarperPerennial, HarperCollins, and… Read More »