New crime imprint and editorial changes

Little, Brown US has announced their new crime imprint called Mulholland Books. It will launch in spring 2011 and intends to grow to 24 books a year by 2012, with a new hardcover and one paperback each month. Mulholland Books will be run by editor John Schoenfelder and Miriam Parker will serve as marketing director.

Canada's McClelland & Stewart announced job cuts and changes in responsibilities.Executive editor Lara Hinchberger will acquire and edit non fiction and senior editor Anita Chong takes on responsibility for overseeing their Emblem trade paperbacks.

Interweave has hired Allison Korleski for the new role of acquisitions editor in their book division, starting June 21, responsible for overseeing all book acquisitions at Interweave. Most recently, she was a trade book buyer at Barnes and Noble for the last 12 years.