Allison Hunter has joined the Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency as an agent. Previously she was an agent at Inkwell Management, and at SKLA will continue to actively acquire literary and commercial fiction, memoir, narrative nonfiction, cultural studies and pop culture.
Jordan Hamessley will join Adaptive Books as editorial director on February 9 overseeing all imprints. Previously she was an editor at Egmont USA.
Karin Schulze‘s position as associate director, foreign rights at the Crown Publishing Group has been eliminated. After February 6, she can be reached at email@example.com.
Ami Greko has left her position as book marketing strategist at Goodreads in order to relocate to London — where she is looking for work in publishing. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stanford University Press will launch a new trade-oriented imprint, Redwood Press, focused on “intellectually stimulating books—serious non-fiction and thought-provoking fiction” in spring 2015. The press will publish four to six titles annually beginning with The Woman Who Read Too Much, a novel by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani, and The Shared Society: A Vision for the Global Future of Latin America, by former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo. “Stanford University Press’ mission has always been to publish first-rate books that advance scholarship, inform public debate, and influence practice,” Stanford University Press director Alan Harvey said in the announcement. “In launching Redwood Press, we are furthering that mission by reaching beyond the academy to a much wider readership. These books embody true public scholarship.”