Duncan leaves Bloomsbury after 23 years

Duncan leaves Bloomsbury after 23 years

Bloomsbury’s digital director and publisher Stephanie Duncan has left the company after almost 23 years.

It is not known if her role will be replaced. Bloomsbury did not comment on the move. 

Originally joining Bloomsbury as an assistant in 1996, Duncan then became special projects manager in 1999 before becoming head of DotCom, managing the Bloomsbury Group’s websites. She became digital media director in 2006 before being made the publisher’s digital director and publisher.

She was responsible for the creation and development of projects including the first official Harry Potter websit...

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