- Deals: Week of May 28, 2012
Clark Closes Two-fer Agent William Clark, of William Clark Associates, closed two deals last week.
- Random House Unveils New Royalty Agreement for E-Authors
E-book sales, the agents say, should be handled like a subrights sale and split 50/50.
- Spring 2005 Hardcovers: True Crime
An ATF agent's undercover work leads to the biggest bust of a motorcycle gang.
Agent Sara Camilli made the world rights deal and Julie Doughty will edit.
- Bantam Snags Dagger Winner
Delbourgo Deals Holt’s Sarah Knight bought world rights to Chuck Thompson’s The Year of Traveling Dangerously via agent Joelle Delbourgo.
Education & Motivation Agent Ted Weinstein accepted a six-figure bid from Broadway's Charlie Conrad to conclude an auction for world rights to Richard Whitmire's Boy Troubles: Rescuing Boys from Their Academic Slide.
- Spring 2011 Flying Starts: Matthew Myers
"But I was pretty sure I'd need an agent.
- Frankfurt 2010: Steady Dealmaking is Hallmark of 2010 Fair
There are, as one agent put it, three kinds of Frankfurts: ones where everyone is buying everything, ones where no one is buying anything, and then the middle ground where there is a steady stream of deal-making.
- Children's Job Moves: March 2021
Johanna Schutter has been promoted to national accounts manager, from associate account manager.At Emerald City Literary Agency, senior agent Linda Epstein is adding the role of dramatic rights manager.
- Spring 2021 Flying Starts: Michelle Sterling
I knew how hard it is to find an agent, and you’re never guaranteed publication.
- Fall 2019 Flying Starts: Brittney Morris
Slay received overwhelming #PitMad attention, and from there, Morris queried some agents who had expressed interest, as well as a short list of dream agents that included Quressa Robinson at the Nelson Literary Agency.
- Can There Be Book Deals Without Meals?
We’d gather our coats and bags and wits and head out to meet with agents and authors at restaurants where reservations had been scheduled two, three, six, or eight weeks in advance.
- Global Kids Connect 2017: Publishers Tackle Hot Topics
Grinberg, meanwhile, advocated for increased collaboration and more transparency between publishers and agents, since that relationship is so often seen as adversarial.
- Fall 2017 Flying Starts: Jessica Townsend
I wanted an agent who would be an agent for my career, not just for this book.”Cooper suggested some edits, which took Townsend about a year and a half to execute.
- An Experiment
So far, authors, agents, and some publishers seem to think of it another way: theft.