- Two Freed Slaves' Stories
Andrea Schulz bought world rights in the book for Harcourt from Boston publisher-turned-agent Wendy Strothman and will publish in 2006.
- Burroughs Running Back
Martin's Press editor, Jennifer Enderlin, was quick to sign him up for a further two books with agent Christopher Schelling at Ralph Vicinanza.
- Creamer Signs WTC Oral History
Creamer bought world hard/soft rights (paperback for Broadway) from agent Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord Literistic.
- Regan's New Buy: South African Novel
Regan said that reading only one page convinced her to buy it, from agent Isobel Dixon at London's Blake Friedmann agency.
- All About Google
The world rights sale was made by agent Ronald Goldfarb.
- Turner Buys New, and Backlist, Barbara Wood
Executive editor Diane Gedymin took North American rights from agent Harvey Klinger.
- Job Moves: June 20, 2014
Lisa Jackson, former associate publisher of Tyndale Publishing House, and Brian Thomasson, former senior editor at NavPress, have been named agents with Colorado Springs-based Alive Communications.
- Job Moves: January 21, 2011
Paul replaces Julie Just, who left the Times in October to become an agent at Janklow & Nesbit.
- Harvey Weinstein Memoir Signed
Friedman signed for North American and U.K. rights in the untitled book with agent Jennifer Rudolph Walsh at William Morris.
- Quick Off the Mark on SARS
Bryant bought world rights from agent Gail Ross.
- Goldberg Moving to Harper San Francisco
Editor Gideon Weil bought the book, which describes Goldberg's complex relationships with her father and her Zen teacher, from agent Geri Thoma at the Elaine Markson agency, and plans to publish next fall.
- Edgar Winner Moves to Knopf
Lansdale, whose mystery The Bottoms won this year's Edgar Award for best novel, is moving from Mysterious Press to Knopf, where Sonny Mehta has just made a mid-six-figure deal, U.S. and Canada, for his next two books with agent Jimmy Vines.
- Analyzing Bush
Martin's bought for North American rights from agent Andrew Blauner.
- Dante as Spiritual Guide
Marino paid six figures to agent William Clark, himself a Dante devotee, for U.S. and Canadian rights; Agnes Krup is handling foreign, except U.K.
- Hyperion Hot on Ashanti
The deal was negotiated by editor-in-chief Will Schwalbe and Jennifer Lang with agent/manager Stephan Dweck.