Editors’ Picks: Top Spring Titles from HarperCollins Publishers and Penguin Random House

SPONSORED BY: HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and Library Journal

EVENT TIME AND DATE:  Thursday, November 14th, 2013, 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET/12:00 - 1:00 PM PT

You’ve bought your big fall titles, now it’s time for a preview of what your patrons will be demanding next spring. Library Journal’s Barbara Hoffert will lead a discussion with editors from imprints at HarperCollins and Penguin Random House as they highlight their top spring books that will be flying off of your shelves.

Ellen Edwards will debut CBA top-selling Susan Meissner’s A Fall of Marigolds (NAL/Penguin Random); Amy Einhorn will discuss Carol Wall’s affecting memoir about a life-changing friendship in Mister Owita’s Guide to Gardening (Amy Einhorn Bks/Penguin Random); Carrie Feron will unveil Laura Lippman’s next blockbuster standalone, After I’m Gone (Morrow/Avon); David Highfill, will discuss Wiley Cash’s This Dark Road to Mercy (Morrow/HarperCollins), Cash’s follow-up breakout debut; and Zachary Wagman will reintroduce Chris Pavone, author of The Expats with his upcoming The Accident (Hogarth/Crown). And that’s just a taste of the titles to be discussed.


Ellen Edwards - Executive Editor, New American Library/Penguin Random House

Amy Einhorn - Publisher & Vice President, Amy Einhorn Books/Penguin Random House

Carrie Feron - Senior Vice President & Executive Editor, William Morrow & Avon Books

David Highfill - Vice President & Executive Editor, William Morrow & Avon Books

Zachary Wagman - Senior Editor, Crown Publishers & Hogarth 



Barbara Hoffert  - Editor, Prepub Alert, Library Journal

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