- Ballenger New Pocket Publicity Director. // Publishers Weekly;3/12/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 11, p20
Reports on the appointment of Seale Ballenger as vice president and publicity director of Pocket Books. Executive to whom he will report with; Career background.
- People In The News. // Book Publishing Report;1/30/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p5
The article reports on Jean Anne Rose's appointment as director of publicity at the Pocket Books imprint of New York-based Simon & Schuster. Rose will report to Pocket Books executive vice president and publisher Louise Burke.
- Behar to Join Pocket Books. // Publishers Weekly;1/24/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 4, p170
Reports that Tracy Behar, associate publisher and senior editorial at Broadway Books, will join Pocket Books on March 1, 2000, as vice president and editorial director of adult books. Responsibilities of Behar.
- Adero to Join Pocket Books. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;3/11/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 10, p12
Announces that Malaika Adero, a woman editor will join Pocket Books. Career background of Adero; Comments from Adero on joining Pocket Books.
- Lederer's `Linguistic Ludicrousness' lands at Pocket Books. Corcoran, G. // Publishers Weekly;6/9/89, Vol. 235 Issue 23, p34
Announces the acquisition by Pocket Books publishers of the hardcover rights to `Crazy English: The Ultimate Joy Ride Through Our Language,' by Richard Lederer, to be published in September, and a second volume to be published in the fall of 1990. Contents of books; Author's background.
- Pocket Books. Sanborn, Margaret; Simson, Maria // Publishers Weekly;1/17/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 3, p332
Presents a list of mass market paperbacks from Pocket Books. `Ruby,' by V.C. Andrews; `The Raider's Bride,' by Kimberly Cates; `It's Not What Your Eating, It;s What's Eating You,' by Janet Greeson; `The Ten Thousand,' by Harold Coyle; More.
- Pocket Books. Sanborn, Margaret; Simson, Maria // Publishers Weekly;8/9/1993, Vol. 240 Issue 32, p410
Lists paperbacks from Pocket Books. `I Can't Believe I Said That!' by Kathie Lee Gifford; `Border Bride,' by Arnette Lamb; `The King Is Dead,' by Sarah Shankman; More.
- FBI agent shares expertise. Petrikin, Chris // Variety;07/14/97, Vol. 367 Issue 10, p7
Reports that Pocket Books has acquired the publication rights to the book `No Heroes,' by a US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent.
- Bestler replaces Grose, as Pocket restructures. // Publishers Weekly;1/15/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 3, p322
Reports on Pocket Books' restructuring of its editorial department. Creation of three separate units for adult fiction and nonfiction, young adult fiction and nonfiction and Star Trek books; Appointment of Emily Bestler as vice-president and editorial director; Appointments in the publishing...