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  • U.S. Book Show: Making Publishing More Inclusive Demands Leadership
    “We know it is not a long term solution—agents should pay a living wage to interns or do away with the internship model altogether.”
    05/26/2021
  • U.S. Book Show: Political Books and the Trump ‘Sugar High’
    Two agents and two editors took up the subject of political books in the post-Trump era at the U.S.
    05/25/2021
  • U.S. Book Show: Is Literary IP as Valuable in a Post-Pandemic Hollywood?
    “We’re moving to ‘tentpole’ experiences,” Mary Pender, media rights agent at United Talent Agency, declared.
    05/25/2021
  • Book Deals: Week of May 24, 2021
    The debut book by the entertainment journalist describes, the agent said, “how seven iconic teen shows of the 1980s, ’90s and early ’00s—Dawson’s Creek, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, My So-Called Life, Freaks and Geeks, The O.C., Friday Night Lights, and Glee—not only transformed
    05/24/2021
  • Myriam J.A. Chancy Charts the Reverberations of a Disaster
    When she met Zawerbny in 2019, she was thinking of moving back to Canada to be closer to family and started looking for a Canadian agent.
    05/24/2021
  • Bologna Promises Even More
    There are more than a dozen speakers participating in the event, including Allen Lau, CEO of Wattpad; Brian O’Leary, executive director of BISG; Karine Pansa, v-p of the IPA; and literary agent Carolyn Michel, chair of the Hay Festivals.
    05/24/2021
  • Q & A with Ashley Herring Blake
    How do you handle being an agent, author, and editor?
    05/20/2021
  • Noteworthy YA Series Come to an End This Season
    A series is a serious undertaking for any writer, and for these five YA authors, it’s time to say goodbye to the characters and worlds they’ve spent years inhabiting.
    05/20/2021
  • Q & A with Camryn Garrett
    I used to put pressure on myself to be published by a certain agent or agency, but I really don’t feel that way anymore.
    05/18/2021
  • Lee & Low Launches Kickstarter to Promote Graphic Novel
    “It was the kind of graphic novel script that demanded an amazing artist, and I’d just recently heard from Jenn Laughran, agent for Raúl the Third.”
    05/18/2021
  • The End of Editing
    She just wasn’t going to edit it in the way I thought she would.Rewind a year, to when I found an agent for my debut novel.
    05/17/2021
  • In Focus: Retelling the History of Indigenous People
    The power of literature to address the history of the oppression of Indigenous peoples in North America and chart their futures has never been more important.
    05/17/2021
  • U.S. Book Show: Industry and Bookselling Panels
    Moderator: Zander Bauman, scout, 20th Century StudioPanelistsAngela Cheng Caplan, president and CEO, Cheng Caplan Co.Mac Hawkins, film/TV literary consultant and founder, PragmaticErin Hennicke, director, film/TV, Franklin & Siegal Assoc.Mary Pender, media rights agent, United Talent AgencyTu
    05/17/2021
  • Book Buzz: Graphic Novels (Adult)
    Working with his longtime collaborator, the artist Sean Phillips, Brubaker has released bestsellers such as Criminal, Incognito, Fatale, The Fade Out, and the Reckless series.The second volume in that series, Friend of the Devil, published in May from Image Comics and follows ex-FBI agent05/17/2021
  • Book Buzz: Young Adult
    .), may seem like a bit of a departure, Fleming says her agent, Michael Bourret, probably had in mind something for young readers when they started working together.
    05/17/2021

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