Harlequin seeks to be the HQ with new imprint

Harlequin seeks to be the HQ with new imprint

Harlequin is to create a new imprint, bringing all its trade publishing imprints into one place.

The new imprint will be called HQ. All of Harlequin’s current trade imprints, including adult fiction imprint Mira and YA imprint INK, will be replaced by HQ.

Mills & Boon, which is part of Harlequin, will not be affected.

The imprint, which carries the tagline “One Place. Many Stories”, hints at Harlequin’s aims to become the headquarters for a series of genres, including crime, book club and YA.

Staff across Harlequin’s editorial team will commission books for HQ, with Milton also looking ...

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