Shinker Sets Out On His Own--With New Imprint At Penguin Putnam

Putman, Penguin
May 2001
Book Publishing Report;05/28/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 22, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on former Simon & Schuster executive William Shinker's agreement to start an imprint at Penguin Putnam Inc. Publishing focus of the imprint; Shrinker's career in the publishing industry.


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