September 2002
Book Publishing Report;9/23/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 37, p8
Trade Publication
Reports international developments in book publishing industry as of September 23, 2002. Performance of A&C Black and its adult children's list of Bloomsbury; Joint venture of Egmont U.K. with its former managing director Susannah McFarlane and Hardie Grant; Promotion of Stefan McGrath to managing director of Penguin Press.


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