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Jim Milliot, co-editorial director, has been with PW for 19 years. Jim edits news on mergers, acquisitions, and financial performance for the weekly magazine and for the PW Daily online Newsletter. His reporting and insights into the changing publishing industry are often quoted in the media, and he regularly appears on book industry panels.
Michael Coffey, co-editorial director, has been with PW since 1988. Before that, he was editor-in-chief of Small Press magazine. In addition to his work at PW, Michael has published three books of poems and co-edited The Irish in America, a book accompanying to a PBS documentary called The Long Journey Home. He helped spot Tinkers, the 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner in fiction.
Diane Roback is PW's longtime children's book editor. She oversees all children's news and review coverage, and edits the popular Children's Bookshelf eNewsletter. Before coming to PW, Diane was children's review editor of Kirkus Reviews. She also started and still maintains the nation's first children's bestsellers list.
Louisa Ermelino has been PW's reviews director since 2005. She manages the Reviews staff, and edits the review sections of the magazine and website. Louise was Chief of Reporters at InStyle magazine, and before that worked at TIME and People. She is the author of three novels. She helped ignite the excitement over Jonathan Franzen's new novel, Freedom.
Calvin Reid - PW's news editor and head of our comics department. He oversees PW's annual African American issue. He also edits our PW Comics Week eNewsletter. He has edited the graphic novels Comanche Moon by Jack Jackson and David Chelsea in Love by David Chelsea.
Craig Morgan Teicher is PW's senior Web Editor and poetry reviews editor. He manages the content on publishersweekly.com, in addition to writing news stories for both PW's print and electronic editions. He was the founding editor of MediaBistro's eBookNewser blog. Craig is also a prizewinning poet.