At Grand Central Publishing, Melissa Bullock has been promoted to Publicist for Business Plus.
At Viking, Kevin Doughten has been promoted to Editor.
Pan Macmillan senior publicist Jacqui Graham is leaving the company after more than 32 years in her role, though she will continue to work with select authors the company publishes on a freelance basis.
Louise Quayle has joined The Robbins Office as Foreign Rights Director. Most recently she was Director of Domestic Rights at Doubleday; before that, she handled foreign rights for the Ellen Levine Agency. Katie Hut is leaving the agency on July 30 in order to attend graduate school.
Keen Communications is consolidating Wilderness Press, which it bought two years ago, into its offices in Birmingham, Ala., and Cincinnati, Ohio, where Menasha Ridge Press and Clerisy Press are located, respectively. Wilderness Press’s offices in Berkeley, CA will close at the end of this month. All presses are distributed by PGW. Susan Haynes is taking over Wilderness Press acquisition duties from Rosyln Bullas. Mike Jones, who is Keen’s sales director and former publisher of Wilderness Press, will work with Haynes and Keen COO, Molly Merkle, to insure continuity. The Keen marketing and publicity group will handle the marketing and publicity of Wilderness titles as well as Wilderness Press titles that are underway.