Deb Futter

Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Hardcovers, Grand Central Publishing

Deb Futter is Vice President, Editor-in-Chief of Hardcovers at Grand Central Publishing and Publisher of Twelve. At GCP, she has edited numerous bestselling and acclaimed books, including Noah Hawley’s Before the Fall, Scott Turow’s Innocent, Jean Hanff Korelitz’s You Should Have Known, and Steve Martin’s An Object of Beauty. Her Twelve list includes Living with a Wild God by Barbara Ehrenreich, Let’s Be Less Stupid by Patty Marx, and Twenty-Six Seconds by Alexandra Zapruder. At Random House, Inc., she edited Jane Hamilton’s A Map of the World, Pete Dexter’s Train, Jennifer Finney Boylan’s memoir She’s Not There, and Peggy Orenstein’s Schoolgirls.