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  • Manie Barron Dead at 56
    After leaving William Morris, Barron partnered with literary agent Claudia Menza to form the Menza Barron Agency.
    01/12/2011
  • Photo Mania: MoCCA Art Festival 2009
    Burrell has been chosen to adapt Octavia Butler's acclaimed novel Kindred into a graphic novel.Literary agent Bob Mecoy (l.) and First Second ed. director Mark Siegel cool off on the steps of the historic Lexington Avenue Armory.Happy self-publisher Spike sold out vol. 3 of her award
    06/08/2009
  • Hachette, Warned by DoJ, Moving Ahead With 'A Warning'
    The Department of Justice has warned Hachette Book Group that its planned publication of A Warning by an anonymous Trump administration official may violate a non-disclosure agreement.In a letter addressed to HBG general counsel Carol Ross and Javelin agents Matt Latimer and Keith Urbahn, who represent the
    11/04/2019
  • On My Nightstand: Julie Just's Nighttime Reading
    Just is a literary agent at Janklow & Nesbit Associates.
    08/11/2011
  • iBooks Bestsellers: Clinton Exposé Takes Top Spot
    Foreign Agent by Brad Thor - 9781476789378 - (AtriaEmily Bestler Books) 4.
    07/06/2016
  • Canadian Publishers Report Revenues of $2.2 Billion
    Sales to the institutional sector, including libraries and schools, accounted for $368 million in revenues, while sales to wholesalers were at $193 million.In 1996-1997, there were 548 book publishers and exclusive agents, compared with 529 in 1998-1999.
    09/25/2000
  • Short Takes
    The world rights deal was signed with agent Howard Rosenstone.
    07/05/2004
  • People
    New Agent at ZSH Agency Jennifer Gates, who joined Zachary Shuster Harmsworth as a literary agent in 1997, has been promoted to partner.
    05/02/2005
  • Short Takes
    The Celtic Riddle, one title in a series of archeological mysteries by Lyn Hamilton, was optioned for film and TV rights by SUSA in a deal put together by Hamilton's agent, Bella Pomer, and L.A. lawyer Jerry Kalajian; the books are published by Berkley Prime Crime....
    06/04/2001
  • Hughes Departs HC
    He also has been approached by a couple of literary agents to join them, but Hughes doesn't think he'll go down that route, although he told PW, "I'd love to take on a few more estates."
    01/07/2002
  • PW: Castro Fact &Fiction
    Represented by agent Bonnie Nadell of Frederick Hill Associates, Belli clicked particularly with Knopf president Sonny Mehta, who became the U.S. acquirer of the book with a rumored low-six-figure deal.
    11/10/1997
  • Angela Would Be Proud
    IMG agent David Chalfant was recently asked by Marlowe publisher John Weber to handle paperback rights; now a hardcover sale may also be in the works.
    06/09/1997
  • Short Takes
    It's V-World, a collection of frank essays, poems and unpublished monologues aimed at a female readership, and Smith got world rights from agent Charlotte Sheedy ....
    04/05/2004
  • Short Takes
    Edge; agent David Black signed the North American rights deal.
    10/28/2002
  • Short Takes
    Agent Ellen Levine sold a first novel by New York Times reporter Christopher Marquis to editor Jane Rosenman as her first fiction buy since arriving at St.
    02/11/2002

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