Rickett reaps rewards of Ebury restructure as non-fiction powers list to new heights

Rickett reaps rewards of Ebury restructure as non-fiction powers list to new heights

First, the full disclosure: before he moved across the aisle to publishing, Ebury managing director Joel Rickett pictured below spent most of his twenties at The Bookseller, going from fresh-faced cub reporter to still suspiciously fresh-faced deputy editor. And at the tail end of his tenure he was my line manager—undoubtedly, he still considers our brief time together his career highlight. But this profile of his Penguin Random House division is not a case of old pals giving him a bit of publicity. Far from it, as a closer look at Ebury is probably overdue: the publisher has had a blisteri...

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