Nicole Bond will join Atria Books on May 28 as vp, director of subsidiary rights, reporting to Libby McGuire. She was director, subsidiary rights working on the Grand Central, Hachette Nashville, and Hachette Books divisions.
At Doubleday, Lauren Weber has been named associate director of marketing and Michael Goldsmith has been named associate director of publicity.
Joy Fowlkes has joined Timbuktu Labs, publisher and packager of the Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, as managing editor. She was formerly head of content at MentorBox.
Craig Teicher will join The Paris Review as digital director on May 28. He has been director of special editorial projects at Publisher’s Weekly.
Elizabeth Monaghan and Barbara Roach, both telesales representatives at Simon & Schuster, are retiring after 20 years. Both joined 1999 in the customer service department before moving to the newly created telesales team in 2001.
The British Book Awards were announced on Monday, with Sally Rooney‘s Normal People (Faber/Hogarth) named Book of the Year, while Leila Slimani‘s Lullaby, published as The Perfect Nanny in the US (Faber/Penguin), won the award for debut fiction. They handed out a full slate of trade awards as well.
Jeff Kinney’s fourteenth Diary of Wimpy Kid book is named Wrecking Ball and will publish on November 5.