- Playwright's First Novel Bought
Talese bought North American rights in the book from London agent Clare Aitken via long distance while sailing in the Mediterranean, and in consultation with Doubleday publisher Steve Rubin, who was in Frankfurt at the book fair.
- A First from Tan: Nonfiction
., Canada and open market from Coast agent Sandy Dijsktra.
- Tale of Two Jennifers
"We're anxious to sew her up," said Enderlin, who made the deal, for U.S. and Canadian rights with agent Meg Ruley at Jane Rotrosen.
- People: 12/7/2009
Kneerim & Williams Relocates Agent/lawyer John Taylor Williams is changing law firms, moving his agency, Kneerim & Williams, with him.
- Tannen on Mothers vs. Daughters
She got North American rights from agent Suzanne Gluck at William Morris.
- MacLaine and Friend
This was sold to Atria publisher Judith Curr by agent Mort Viner, and plans are to publish in October.
- McCurdy Re-Joins Kensington as Editorial Director
"She has a great reputation with authors and agents"
- A Piano Memoir Preempted
She bought North American rights from agent Melanie Jackson, and a movie deal is also said to be in the offing.
- Diller Delivering 'Lampshade'
The North American rights sale was made by agent Linda Conner.
- A Lot of Buzz for Molly Moon
Now the book has been won here at auction by HarperCollins's Alix Reid, who paid a "major six figures" to London agent Caradoc King at A.P.
- New Deal for U.K. Award Winner
This was a deal for U.S. rights only, made with Jean Naggar on behalf of Waters's London agent, Judith Murray at Greene and Heaton; Virago is publishing in the U.K.
- 'Christmas Box' Author to Dutton
It was a world rights deal, signed with agent Laurie Liss, now at Sterling Lord Literistic, who first discovered Evans and originally sold him to Chittenden at S&S.
- The RAND Corp. Story
Harcourt's Andrea Schulz made a significant North American rights deal with agent Joseph Regal for what promises to be the first inside story of the organization.
- Sharpton to Write for Kensington
Editorial director Karen Thomas bought U.S. and Canadian hard/soft rights from agent Manie Barron at William Morris, and will publish in October.
- New RH Deal for 'Prague' Author
The first of the two books, which she signed for world rights with agent Marly Rusoff, is an untitled novel about a 1920s Egyptologist whose fake claim of the discovery of a royal tomb ruins his life.