Grove/Atlantic Makes Trans-Atlantic Move With New London Office

July 2000
Book Publishing Report;07/10/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 27, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of Grove/Atlantic book publisher to open a publishing office in London, England. Implication for the publication of United States export literatures and original titles; Appointment of Toby Mundy as publishing director; Consideration of the Grove/Atlantic office unit as a co-publishing venture with other Great Britain-based publishing houses.


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