Richard Rubin will discuss PW Pick The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 978-0547554433) on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Patrick Smith, author of Cockpit Confidential: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel: Questions, Answers, and Reflections (Sourcebooks, 9781402280917), will be a guest on NPR’s Weekend Edition on May 25.
Ryan Doherty is joining Ballantine Bantam Dell as a senior editor, reporting to editorial director, non-fiction, Jennifer Tung.
At Random House, Andy Ward is now v-p, editorial director, nonfiction and David Ebershoff is v-p, executive editor.
At Crown, Suzanne O’Neill has been promoted to executive editor; Talia Krohn has been promoted to senior editor; Stephanie Knapp has been promoted to associate editor.
Former Bookazine buyer Dennis Haritou has moved to Litbreaker Ad Network as director of business development.
Kelly Starrett will be on The View on May 24 for his book Becoming a Supple Leopard: The Ultimate Guide to Resolving Pain, Preventing Injury, and Optimizing Athletic Performance (Victory Belt, 978-1936608584).
Julia Prosser has been promoted to deputy director of publicity at the Simon & Schuster imprint. She joined the company in 2003.
Mary McCue has been promoted to senior publicity manager for Gallery Books and Threshold Editions. She joined Gallery in 2010.
Jessica Strand is manager of donor events at the New York Public Library, beginning June 17. She was previously events manager at the Strand, a position now filled by Emily Simpson.
Michael Strother has been promoted from editorial assistant to assistant editor of Simon Pulse.
The president and publisher of the Workman imprint is stepping down. COO Dan Reynolds has been named CEO and president, editorial director Deborah Balmuth publisher.
At Abrams, Elisa Garcia is promoted to director of trade sales; Jody Mosley is promoted to director of special markets; Erica Warshal has been promoted to director of national accounts; Erin Hotchkiss has joined the adult marketing department as senior marketing manager.
Elliot Tiber discussed his books Taking Woodstock (Square One, 978-0757003332) and After Woodstock (Square One, 978-0757003929) on WBAI Radio's "Out-FM" heard 99.5 FM in New York City and through WBAI.org.
Pamela Ryckman will be on Bloomberg's Money Moves and Street Smart for Stiletto Network (Amacom, 978-0814432532).
First NIV from Thomas Nelson; honors for B&H Spanish Bibles; Lifeway rebrands Bible software.
Peter Hessler, author of Strange Stones: Dispatches from East and West (Harper Perennial, 978-0062206237), will be on The Leonard Lopate Show. After the segment airs, listen here.
Kelly Burdick has been named associate publisher at Melville House. He has been with the company since 2005.
Angela May Chen will be joining the Chronicle Books marketing communications team as the new Jr. designer.
At HMH, James Phirman is national account manager selling to the wholesale clubs and grocery chains. Jessica Gilo has joined the culinary team as a marketing specialist.
Greg Mortimer has joined Simon & Schuster Digital as senior online marketing manager.
Mark Mouser is stepping down as manager of general books at University Book Store in Seattle, Wash., in order to work part-time. He will continue to buy bargain books. Pam Cady, currently assistant manager, will become manager effective July 1.
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