Denwood looks to the next generation in new post at S&S Children’s Books

Denwood looks to the next generation in new post at S&S Children’s Books

It is four days into the Simon & Schuster Children's team's coronavirus-composed self-isolation, and though m.d. Rachel Denwood is not enamored of working from home (“I really like the buzz of the office”), through the magic of Skype, Zoom and Slack, the day-to- day business is going on as normally as it can.

Denwood, brought in to lead S&S’ kids’ division last June from HarperCollins Children’s Books (HCCB), has been impressed at how staff have been “so well turned-out”. She says: “In the video conferencing everybody is dressed smartly. The backgrounds look nice. We’ll see how long that l...

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