Drummond Moir joins Ebury, as two non-fiction hubs created

Drummond Moir joins Ebury, as two non-fiction hubs created

Drummond Moir is joining Ebury from Hodder in the role of deputy publisher, as the Penguin Random House division announces the launch of two new narrative non-fiction hubs, one for "smart" books and the other for entertainment publishing.

Moir, who is current head of general non-fiction at Hodder, will join Ebury on 15th April to lead the "smart" hub. Meanwhile Ebury’s Sara Cywinski (pictured below), who will be promoted from editorial director to publishing director, is to lead the entertainment hub.

Moir's hub will feature serious non-fiction, voice-led narrative and smart thinking and ...

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