|WaterBrook Multnomah hires new editor|
|Written by Christine D. Johnson|
|Monday, 08 December 2014 04:43 PM America/New_York|
WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group has announced that Andrew Stoddard will be joining the Random House division as editor. Stoddard started with the company today, reporting to Editorial Director Laura Barker.
Most recently Stoddard was an acquisitions editor at David C Cook. At Cook, he edited, developed and acquired books with authors such as Matt Chandler, William Lane Craig, Tim Chaddick and J. Warner Wallace.
Previously, Stoddard served as an editorial intern at Christianity Today and was an adjunct professor at Moody Bible Institute. His writing has appeared in Leadership Journal, Parse, Christianity Today and The Liberate Blog, and he has edited for The Church Law & Tax Group. Stoddard holds several degrees, including a B.A. in Biblical Studies, Biblical Languages Emphasis from Moody and master’s degrees in Biblical Studies and Historical and Systematic Theology from Wheaton College.
“Andrew is a bright and passionate editor who possesses sharp instincts for important, engaging and relevant content for the Christian reader,” said Alex Field, who was recently named vice president and publisher and also previously worked at David C Cook. “I look forward to having him join our growing and talented WaterBrook Multnomah team in December.”