Thursday, July 27, 2006

Literary News 7/27

Karen Thomas, who helped found Kensington’s very successful African-American imprint Dafina, left the company earlier this month for a spot at another house, reportedly Hachette, though PW Daily was unable to confirm her new job this morning. Kensington president Steve Zacharius said he expects to announce a replacement for Thomas, who had been with Kensington for nine year, over the next couple of weeks.

This article originally appeared in the July 27, 2006 issue of PW Daily.

Has anyone heard where she went to?


Vanessa A. Johnson said...

No, and it seems as thought mum's the word on the www. Makes one wonder why. What is the big secret?

Love & Peace,

Anonymous said...

I heard Warner at RWA Nationals this past week.

ghstwryter said...

I read about this... I was really surprised. I wish Karen Thomas well!

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