October 1-15, 2004 Edition

Christina Boys

to Edit Warner’s New

Center Street Imprint

NEW YORK, NY/09/21/04—Christina Boys, formerly with Simon & Schuster, has been named editor of Time Warner Book Group’s new Center Street imprint, which will focus on stories from America’s Heartland. It is the first new imprint to be launched by Time Warner since the 2001 debut of the Warner Faith imprint. Center Street’s first titles will be introduced in January 2005.

Time Warner is taking advantage of readers’ growing interest in wholesome lifestyles and values. About six titles will be released for spring, increasing to 12 titles in the fall of 2005.

The line’s editorial offices will be based in Nashville, sharing offices with Warner Faith. Rolf Zettersten is publisher of both Warner Faith and Center Street.

Center Street titles will include regional nonfiction and fiction, self-help, health and fitness, motivation, and other fiction. The line is designed to appeal to people in the south and Midwest.

The first title to be released will be Falling in Love for All the Right Reasons by Neil Clark Warren, a psychologist and founder of the online dating service eHarmony.

About Time Warner

Time Warner Book Group, formerly known as Time Warner Trade Publishing, came into existence when Time Inc. and Warner Communications merged in 1990. Domestically, it consists of Warner Books and its various imprints: The Mysterious Press, Warner Vision, Warner Business Books, Aspect, Warner Faith, Centre Street, and Little, Brown and Company and its various imprints: Little, Brown Adult Trade, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Back Bay and Bulfinch Press. In addition, TWBG distributes publishing lines for Hyperion, Arcade, Disney, Harry Abrams, Time Life Books, and Microsoft.