Biographies

Sandra Rothmund

Sandra Rothmund

06 February 2020

Sandra Rothmund has an MA in German and English. Her love for books started early and during her school days she knew that she wanted to become an editor for children’s and Young Adult books. Sandra wrote her master’s thesis on fantasy for children (Lewis Carroll and Michael Ende). Since 2009, she has been an editor at Thienemann-Esslinger Verlag in Stuttgart.

Lindsey Rose

Lindsey Rose

06 February 2020

Before coming to Dutton, Lindsey began her career at Grand Central Publishing, where she had the privilege of working with many bestselling and award-winning authors including David Baldacci, Iris Johansen, the Robert Ludlum Estate, Jeff Abbott, Sarah Blaedel, Robert Bryndza, Louise Jensen, Margaret Maron, M.C. Beaton, Marcia Muller, Eric Van Lustbader, Kyle Mills, Jamie Freveletti, and Nalo Hopkinson.

Emilia Rhodes

Emilia Rhodes

06 February 2020

Emilia Rhodes is Editorial Director of HMH Books for Young Readers where she edits and oversees young adult and middle-grade fiction and non-fiction. She has previously been an editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books, Alloy Entertainment, and Simon Pulse/Simon & Schuster US.

Michael Reynolds

Michael Reynolds

06 February 2020

Michael was the recipient of the 2016 Golden Colophon Award for Superlative Achievement & Leadership in Independent Literary Publishing, awarded by the Community of Literary and Magazine Presses, and a 2017 Epiphany Magazine Honoree for Publishing Excellence. He has served on the jury for the PEN/Heim Translation Fund, the Gutekunst Prize for Young Translators, and the foreign jury of the Strega Prize.

Teresa Pütz

Teresa Pütz

06 February 2020

Teresa Pütz has been Editor for International Fiction at S. Fischer Verlag in Frankfurt since 2016. A graduate of Literature, Political Science and Media Studies in Trier and Lisbon, she worked for Germany’s Goethe-Institut for culture overseas, and as a lecturer in German philology at the University of Trier. Teresa began her publishing career in the Press and Rights Department at Random House Germany in 2012, followed by an editor position at Droemer Knaur in Munich, where she worked with authors such as Iain Reid, Paulo Lins, Nathan Filer, Sebastian Fitzek, Nina George, and Jennifer Haigh.

Aurélie Pregliasco

Aurélie Pregliasco

06 February 2020

Aurélie Pregliasco studied French Literature at La Sorbonne in Paris and has a Master’s degree in Editorial Policy in Publishing. After 13 years at Editions Gallimard Jeunesse as Fiction Editor and International Fiction Managing Editor, she was recently made Editorial Director of the Fiction department.

Simon Lörsch

Simon Lörsch

06 February 2020

Simon Lörsch studied German and Latin American Literature in Cologne and Madrid. After graduating and working as a freelance editor for German fiction with S. Fischer Verlag, he joined Berlin-based independent publisher Suhrkamp in 2011. At Suhrkamp Verlag he works as an acquisitions editor on literary fiction, memoir and narrative non-fiction, translated from English and Spanish.

Title  David Gressot

David Gressot

06 February 2020

David Gressot joined Editions Actes Sud in 2017 as Editorial Coordinator. He then became Editor at the Jacqueline Chambon imprint, working in foreign literature (mostly in English, Spanish and German). In 2019, he became the Head of Foreign Literature at Editions Actes Sud, collaborating with editors in translation from all languages to French, both inside and outside the publishing house.

Tamar Brazis

Tamar Brazis

06 February 2020

Before joining Viking Children's Books as Editorial Director in 2018, Tamar Brazis was the Editorial Director of Abrams Books for Young Readers, where she worked for nearly fifteen years. Notable successes at Abrams include the Caldecott Honor- and Coretta Scott King Medal-winning Trombone Shorty by Troy Andrews and Bryan Collier, the #1 New York Times bestseller Princesses Wear Pants by Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim, the Bologna Ragazzi winner Cloth Lullaby byAmy Novesky and Isabelle Arsenault, and the #1 New York Times bestselling I Am series by Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds.

Peter Borland

Peter Borland

06 February 2020

Peter Borland joined Atria Books in 2004 after serving in various editorial roles at Dutton and Ballantine. At Atria, he acquired the #1 New York Times bestseller A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman, as well as Mr. Backman’s subsequent bestselling novels.

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