Netta Rabin will move to Scholastic’s Klutz as vp of product development, reporting to general mananger Stacy Lellos. She has been associate art director and editor for children’s books (as well as other titles) at Workman.
Stacie Williams will join Coffee House Press as publicist in August. Most recently, she has been at Harper Collins, after many years working at Harry W. Schwartz Bookshops and then Boswell Book Company.
Julia Haav will join Princeton University Press on July 21 as senior publicist. She has been at Yale University Press, working on titles in art, architecture, urban studies, and poetry.
Christine Naulty is joining Simon & Schuster’s education & library marketing team in the new position of marketing associate. She has been at Oxford University Press.
The University of Chicago Press has announceed several new client marketing and distribution: Joining the Press in early 2014 were Asia Ink (US and Canada), Diaphanes (world), Leiden University Press (US and Canada), and Tenov Books (world except Spain). In July 2014, they have added School of the Art Institute of Chicago (world) and the Bard Graduate Center (world), and in August they will take on Haus Publishing (outside of the UK and Europe), the Gingko Library (outside of the UK and Europe), and Unicorn Press (US and Canada).