McKean Joins Dystel & Goderich Kate McKean, after working with agents at 80 Fifth Avenue, has joined Dystel & Goderich Literary Management as an agent and associate rights person, specializing in sports, pop culture, cookbooks, heal
- Short Takes
The untitled book, in which she meditates on the significant issues of the day, will be co-written with Elaine Lafferty of the Irish Times and was bought from agent David Black....
- The Flame that Never Dies
In addition to interviews with everyone from Janet Leigh to Secret Service agents, Taraborrelli read the unpublished notes and interviews of reporters from the 1950s.
- A Bounce in Beatles Books
It will be coauthored with music journalist Howard Massey, and Cahill made a "significant" bid to preempt the project from agent Jennifer Cayea at the Nick Ellison agency.
- Simon & Schuster Issues Digital Piracy Policy
The statement is being e-mailed to all author, agents and others in the book community.
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
Agent, Tribune Entertainment.
- Short Takes
Maclean, a true story of a deadly forest fire, by Bill Contardi at William Morris, on behalf of the author's agent, Jennifer Lyons at Writers House.
- Firsts in Fiction: Debut Fiction Spring 2012: Regina O'Melveny: A Poetic Renaissance
After a mismatch with an agent, she shelved the book for two years.
- Amazon Publishing Adds Over 1,000 Dorchester Titles
“This new relationship will enable the works of countless talented fiction writers to serve their established readers and reach new ones across the globe,” said Gregg Loomis, author of The Bonaparte Secret and whose agent, Chris Fortunato, had been one of the more outspoken agents about Dorche
- Vets' Tale of Iraq Advance
This was also a world rights deal, made with Washington agent Rafe Sagalyn, and Holt will publish next spring.
- PW: Hot Deals: Political Bios
Thinking about possible future presidents, Random senior editor Jon Karp and Times Books publisher Peter Bernstein jointly approached Dallas Morning News political reporter David Minutaglio, represented by agent David Smith, to write First Son: George W.
- Page to Screen: A New Conroy & More Meg Cabot
The book, which is set in Charleston and follows an 18-year-old named Leopold Bloom King, has good film lineage, Conroy's lit agent, Marly Rusoff, points out.
- Short Takes
Agent Lane Zachary at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth sold Cantor world rights, for publication in fall 2003....
- NBCC Ethics By the numbers
38.1: Percentage of review editors who believe it is acceptable to assign a review to an author who has the same agent as the author they are reviewing.
- People 11/30/2009
Mark was most recently an agent and international rights director at McCormick & Williams.