Moldow leaves HarperCollins to become publisher at Scribners

O'Brien, Maureen; Baker, John F.
May 1994
Publishers Weekly;5/23/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 21, p27
Trade Publication
Reports on HarperCollins editor-in-chief and associate publisher Susan Moldow's departure from the company to become Scribners' publisher and vice president. Reputation; Comment; Priorities; Other members of the Scribners team.


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