Own Imprint With Little, Brown
Reagan Arthur, Senior Vice President and Publisher of Little, Brown and Company, announced today that Lee Boudreaux has been named Vice President and Editorial Director of an eponymous imprint, publishing eight to ten titles a year.
Lee Boudreaux, the editorial director of Ecco is leaving HarperCollins to start her own imprint at Little, Brown.
She will be the Vice President and Editorial Director of an imprint bearing her name which will publish between 8-10 books a year.
will begin her
new role on September 2, 2014.
time at Ecco she
has worked with authors such as Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award-winner Ben Fountain ( Brief Encounters with Che Guevara: Stories , David Wroblewski (The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, Madeline Miller ( The Song of Achilles), Kevin Wilson (The Family Fang), Eleanor Henderson (Ten Thousand Saints), Ron Rash, Jennifer Senior (All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood, and Ivy Pochoda (Visitation Street.
spent nine years at Random House
moved to Ecco
discovered Curtis Sittenfeld.
authors have won numerous awards, including the National Book Critics Circle Award
, the Orange Prize, the PEN/Hemingway award, the Frank O'Connor prize for short stories, the Los Angeles Times
and Center for Fiction
first novel awards, and been finalists for the National Book Award, the Booker prize, and the PEN/Faulkner Award.
Boudreaux had this to say about her exciting new venture: "Like everyone else, I've watched Reagan Arthur publish her books and subsequently take over the reins at Little, Brown with admiration often bordering on awe.