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  • SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
    Agent, Bill Fawcett.
    05/30/2005
  • PW: Rosset Memoir Is on Way
    That manuscript will be reworked and become a part of the new autobiography, which he actually began, at the request of agent Andrew Wylie, about five years ago.
    03/16/1998
  • Schroeder, Shatzkin Make Points at Vista Program
    "Agents are reluctant to let big-name authors sign long-term contracts," he noted the market is small right now, but it appears so volatile that agents are considering 90-day licenses, subject to renegotiation if markets shift toward electronic delivery.
    07/19/1999
  • Rights Report: April 14
    Ribar’s day job is assistant to agent Matt Bialer at Sanford J.
    04/14/2011
  • More Crisis Crashes
    The agent is Bob Tabian.
    10/22/2001
  • Mystery Notes
    Agent, Barbara Lowenstein.
    01/17/2005
  • Short Takes
    The agent for the North American rights deal was Ted Weinstein ....
    07/12/2004
  • Mystery Notes
    Keevers, a Chicago trial lawyer and one-time homicide detective ($25.95 214p ISBN 1-59414-074-X); while ex—FBI agent Max Austin investigates the murder of a rich contractor whose wife stands accused of the crime in Max Conquers the Cosmos, by Mark Bouton, a former FBI agent11/17/2003
  • Winning Numbers
    Good going for an author who spent 10 years sending her work off to agents (in a recent USA Today interview she noted, "I was rejected by every agent in New York at least four times").
    07/02/2001
  • Public Affairs Won't Publish Clarke Book
    He noted that the rights to the book would still be available in foreign markets, with Public Affairs' parent company Perseus serving as agent.
    10/25/2004
  • Fuhrman Wthdraws Vince Foster Proposal
    \t\tPublisher Alfred Regnery calls it "ironic" and agent Lucianne Goldberg has called it "high school stuff."
    07/07/1997
  • People: 7/6/2009
    Groff, who’s worked as an editor at Crown, will be bringing in nonfiction projects as an agent.
    07/06/2009
  • Those Enron Books Keep Coming
    Conrad got North American rights on the book, to be co-written with Jennifer Reingold, formerly of Business Week, from agent Susan Ginsburg at Writers House.
    02/18/2002
  • London Book Fair 2012: Foundry Splits One Story into Two Books, Two Deals
    In a bit of creative deal-making, agents Peter McGuigan and Stephen Barbara, at Foundry Literary + Media, closed two deals—for an adult novel and a YA novel—around a debut thriller that was initially submitted as a standalone novel.
    04/16/2012
  • Terminal Florida Journalist Sells Memoir to HarperCollins for $2 Million
    The Journal also reported that Spencer-Wendel was "recasting" the pieces as a book with the intention of pitching it to literary agents.
    06/13/2012

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