Posted by: Kathy Temean | January 9, 2019

Industry Changes – Kudos – Book Winners


Carol Baldwin won WHICH ANIMAL IS THE FASTEST? By Carolyn Le


Winners please send me your name and address

Here is an illustration by Bob Mcmahon to help us celebrate our winners and all the industry professionals moving up. Bob was featured on Illustrator Saturday in 2014. Here’s the link.

Congratulations to Carole Gerber. Her book, LITTLE RED BAT (Arbordale Publishing, 2010), has been translated and is being sold in China. In the process she learned from a Chinese-American author that bats are symbols of good luck in Chinese culture and she told me that the words for “bat” and “good fortune” are homophones.


Claire Eddy has been promoted to executive editor at Tor/Forge Books.

Carina Guiterman joined Simon & Schuster. She was previously at Little, Brown.

Jackson Howard was promoted to assistant editor at Farrar, Straus.

Caroline Eisenmann has been promoted to agent at Frances Goldin Literary Agency.

Lindsey Rose will join Dutton as executive editor, acquiring commercial fiction including thrillers and suspense, starting January 22. Most recently she was senior editor at Grand Central.

At Crown, Meghan Houser has been promoted to editor; Rose Fox to associate editor; and Jon Darga and Jillian Buckley to assistant editor.

Donna Loffredo has been promoted to senior editor for Harmony Books and Rodale Books, and Michele Eniclerico moves up to associate editor for the two lines.

Lisa Yoskowitz has been promoted to editorial director, nonfiction at Little, Brown Children’s.

Charlie Ilgunas has been promoted to associate editor of Little Bee Books and Yellow Jacket, and Rebecca Webster has been promoted to senior editor of BuzzPop.

Cara Bedick joins Chronicle Books as executive editor of Mark Tauber’s yet-to-be-named new imprint that will publish six to eight titles per season with a focus on narrative, practical, and inspirational nonfiction. She was most recently a senior editor at Touchstone.

Ashley Collom is joining Thompson Literary Agency as literary agent January 7. She was previously an agent and the head assistant at DeFiore and Company.

Talk tomorrow,


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