Hyperion Launching Literary-Oriented Imprint For Spring 2001

May 2000
Book Publishing Report;05/22/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Hyperion's launch of an imprint targeted at the literary market in the spring of 2001. Company's effort to focus more specifically on a small number of its review-driven, literary-oriented titles; Plan to release only six titles per season under the Theia imprint.


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