We all talk about how the revolving door in publishing continues to spin, but i've never seen it spin faster than it does over at Gotham & Dutton. In the last year I've read in Pub Lunch about their publicists moving on to do great things at Random, Soho, S&S, Houghton, and an insider over at Penguin reports to us that the turnover is something like a person a month. DEAR LORD! How do they manage? All I can say that is if anyone can stick it out there, they've got serious cojones. That, or they can't find a decent job anywhere else.
ps: the answer to the riddle is: A nun with a spear through her stomach.