Murray reveals bicentenary plans for HarperCollins

Murray reveals bicentenary plans for HarperCollins

Two hundred years is a long time for a trade publisher to survive. This week (6th March), HarperCollins, second largest of the Big Five publishers, began to celebrate just that, having assumed sundry shapes and sizes, and absorbed, as well as shed, many tributaries along the way.

“Dip into the history and ‘resilience’ is the word that describes publishing best,” c.e.o. Brian Murray told The Bookseller in anticipation of the anniversary, heralding a year in which HC will mark the milestone around the globe, reminding readers that a double century of Harper’s constituent parts has variously ...

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