posted Friday 3 September 2010 @ 11:51 am PDT
Beginning in January 2011, Eos officially becomes Harper Voyager. The change was announced at Aussicon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, and will include all Eos’s hardcover, trade, mass market, audio, and e-books.
Brian Murray, President and CEO of HarperCollins Worldwide said, “We are already globally publishing some of the biggest names in science fiction, fantasy, urban fantasy, and horror…. Uniting our sister companies in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia/New Zealand allows readers globally unparalleled access to books and authors. This move enables us to offer authors a strong global publishing platform when signing with HarperCollins – whether the acquiring editor is in New York, Sydney, or London.”
The editorial leaders of the new combined Voyager/Harper Voyager imprint are: Executive Editor Diana Gill in the US, Editorial Director Emma Coode and Publishing Director Jane Johnson in the UK, and Associate Publisher Stephanie Smith in Australia.
The new imprint has already signed two authors, Karen Azinger and David Wellington (writing as David Chandler), for their worldwide debut.