Tagged: Jon Butler

Enzor leaves Quarto to lead new Quercus imprint

Publisher Kerry Enzor is leaving Quarto to lead a new Quercus imprint focused on international non-fiction originated entirely in-house. Read more

What the Butler saw

Quercus m.d. Jon Butler talks to Tom Tivnan about the revival of the business. Read more

Readers set to retreat to utopia and nostalgia in 2017

The spectre of Donald Trump and Brexit will have a big influence on book trends in 2017, publishers and agents have predicted, with opportunities in... Read more

Cassie Browne to become Quercus Fiction publisher

Quercus Fiction has appointed The Borough Press editorial director Cassie Browne as its new publisher, as current Quercus Fiction publisher Stef Bierwerth has decided to move to Germany.... Read more

Quercus discontinues Heron Books

Heron Books, an imprint of Quercus, is to be discontinued at the end of 2016, the publisher has said. Read more

'Changed retail landscape' pushed sales growth in 2015

A revitalised bricks and mortar offer, new routes to readers and healthy exports are among the key elements that combined to create “a new landscape”... Read more

Quercus promotes Bethan Ferguson to marketing director

Quercus has promoted Bethan Ferguson to marketing director as part of a drive to strengthen its marketing and publicity departments. Read more

Quercus hires Follain, promotes Riley and Bierwerth

Quercus has promoted Jon Riley and Stef Bierworth and appointed former Canongate publishing director Katy Follain, and announced a new division and a new imprint.... Read more

Pan Mac's Butler to become Quercus m.d

Jon Butler is to leave Pan Macmillan to become the new m.d. of Hodder & Stoughton-owned Quercus, with current Quercus m.d. David North leaving once... Read more

Pan Mac reissues Wiseman backlist

Pan Macmillan is reissuing Richard Wiseman’s backlist to coincide with the paperback release of his latest title, Night School: The Life-Changing Science of Sleep (January,... Read more

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