Former Independents Bring The Best Of Their World To Big Publishing

April 2001
Book Publishing Report;04/02/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 14, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on Frederick Ramey and Greg Michalson's establishment of their own imprint at New York City-based publishing house, Penguin Putnam Inc. (PPI). Ramey and Michalson's stint with Denver, Colorado-based independent literary press, MacMurray & Beck; Marketing director Caitlin Hamilton's coordination of marketing efforts through PPI.


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