Money The former directors of Julliard create a new publishing house

16:55  29 june  2020
16:55  29 june  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Les anciens directeurs de Julliard, Betty Mialet et Bernard Barrault vont diriger la maison « Mialet Barrault Éditeurs ». (Photo d’illustration) © Kara - Fotolia The former directors of Julliard, Betty Mialet and Bernard Barrault will manage the house "Mialet Barrault Éditeurs". (Illustrative photo)

Publishers Betty Mialet and Bernard Barrault, former directors of Julliard, are going to found their own publishing house within Flammarion, we learned from this publisher on Friday, June 26. The new publishing house will publish between ten and fifteen titles a year.

"We are very pleased to welcome Betty Mialet and Bernard Barrault who embody the publishing profession so perfectly" , announced Anna Pavlowitch, president of Flammarion editions.

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Figures respected in the publishing world, Betty Mialet and Bernard Barrault will run the "Mialet Barrault Editors" house whose ambition will be to highlight mainly French novelists.

Between ten and fifteen titles per year

The new house will publish between ten and fifteen titles per year. The first title, announced for October 7, will be the new novel by Jean Teulé, "Crômes, Baudelaire! » with a first run of 130,000 copies.

At the helm of Julliard for almost 25 years, Bernard Barrault and Betty Mialet notably published Jean Teulé, Yasmina Khadra, Philippe Besson, Mazarine Pingeot and Philippe Jaenada, Prix Femina 2,017 for "La serpe" .

The two publishers replaced at the head of Julliard by Vanessa Springoria

The two publishers announced their departure from Julliard (Editis group, subsidiary of Vivendi) in March 2019 by advancing disagreements on the group's strategy.

They were replaced in December at the head of Julliard by Vanessa Springora, author also of the book "The consent" (Grasset) which started the Matzneff affair.

The Flammarion house in which Betty Mialet and Bernard Barrault will work belongs to the Madrigall group led by Antoine Gallimard.

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