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Edition: Lise Boëll appointed general manager of Mazarine at Hachette

2024-02-22T17:52:34.219Z

Highlights: Lise Boëll appointed general director of Editions Mazarine at Hachette. Attached to Fayard, Mazarine mainly publishes works of fiction, with authors such as Fredrik Backman, Mindy Mejia and Sophie Villers. The publisher reportedly maintains good relations with the Bolloré family, which has officially controlled the Lagardère group since November. LiseBoëll counts Philippe de Villiers, Stéphane Bern and Dimitri Casali in her portfolio of authors.


Attached to Fayard, Mazarine mainly publishes works of fiction, with authors such as Fredrik Backman, Mindy Mejia and Sophie Villers.


Has the CEO of Fayard, Isabelle Saporta, finally managed to save her position?

Once expected to replace her at the head of the prestigious house of the Hachette group, Lise Boëll has finally been appointed general director of Editions Mazarine.

Attached to Fayard, Mazarine mainly publishes works of fiction, with authors such as Fredrik Backman, Mindy Mejia and Sophie Villers.

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The most followed series in publishing since the start of the year has found its conclusion.

It took a few weeks for decision-makers at Hachette, led by Arnaud Lagardère, to find a base for Lise Boëll in the galaxy of the leading French publishing group (Calmann-Lévy, Grasset, Fayard, Larousse, etc.).

The publisher reportedly maintains good relations with the Bolloré family, which has officially controlled the Lagardère group since November.

Lise Boëll counts Philippe de Villiers, Stéphane Bern and Dimitri Casali in her portfolio of authors.

Formerly of Albin Michel, whom she left at the same time as its author Eric Zemmour, Lise Boëll was until last December director of Editions Plon, within the fold of Editis.

She negotiated her departure last December with Denis Olivennes, the new president of the competing publishing group (Julliard, Robert Laffont, Plon, Nathan, Les Presses de la Cité...), bought at the end of 2023 from Vivendi by the Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky.

Source: lefigaro

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