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  • Book Deals: Week of September 12, 2016
    Describing the title, which Hodge sold without an agent, Savoy said it is largely a work of “cosmic horror” and features various pieces published by the author since 2010.Berkley’s Donovan Signs Two Six-Figure Deals Berkley executive editor Kerry Donovan closed two six-figure deals last week.
    09/12/2016
  • PW Star Watch 2016 Finalists
    That privilege will be his again with The Most Dangerous Place on Earth, by Lindsey Lee Johnson, set in the hallways of a California high school.Vida EngstrandDirector of CommunicationsKensington Books, New York“We are here to be of service to readers, our colleagues, and, above all, our authors
    09/12/2016
  • PW Star Watch 2016
    Last year, the superstar was announced ahead of the party; this year, we’re letting the suspense build.What hasn’t changed is the vast talent that emanates from these dedicated professionals, who represent all facets of book publishing: literary agencies, bookstores, and every department found in publis
    09/12/2016
  • PW Star Watch 2016 Honorees
    Congratulations to this year's Star Watch honorees, some of the best and brightest young talent in the publishing business.
    09/12/2016
  • Rights Report: Week of September 5, 2016
    Jill Santopolo at Philomel has acquired a standalone middle grade novel by author and agent Ammi-Joan Paquette.
    09/08/2016
  • Hot Off the Presses: Week of September 12, 2016
    Penfold, a literary agent making her children’s book debut, gives her young narrator the offhand but pointed tone of a busy adult professional.
    09/08/2016
  • PW's Star Watch Tribute Set
    Last year, the superstar was announced ahead of the party; this year, we’re letting the suspense build.What hasn’t changed is the vast talent that emanates from these dedicated professionals, who represent all facets of book publishing: literary agencies, bookstores, and every department found in publis
    09/06/2016
  • The Making of 'The Making of Donald Trump'
    “I tried to do a book when Donald announced in June of 2015, and Alice Martell, my literary agent, called around,” Johnston told PW.
    09/05/2016
  • Book Deals: Week of September 5, 2016
    Disney’s Rotem Moscovich bought three books, in a multihouse auction, from agent Heather Alexander at Pippin Properties.
    09/05/2016
  • Children's Job Moves: August 2016
    And Renee Nyen has been promoted to literary agent; she was formerly associate agent.
    09/01/2016
  • Optimism High at Premier Christian Fiction Conference
    The American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) conference held in Nashville, Tenn. from August 25-28 saw optimism from publishers, writers, and agents.
    08/31/2016
  • Book Deals: Week of August 29, 2016
    Kiffel-Alcheh and Lumer (Benny’s Mitzvah Notes, Hachai Publications) represented themselves in the deal.Correction: An earlier version of this story said agent Kirsten Hall represented Beth Ferry, and that agent Elena Giovinazzo represented the Fan Brothers, in the deal for their picture book,
    08/29/2016
  • Beijing Book Fair, 2016: Market Opportunities for Everyone
    That was made clear to agent Jane Knuth Patukas (of the Knuth Agency), whom represented Fox Chapel Publishing at the Beijing Book Fair.
    08/29/2016
  • Why A West Coast Software Company is Getting into Book Publishing
    In lieu of royalties, authors will be offered flat advances of $20,000 each.Acknowledging that the house’s unique model may initially be a tough pitch to some agents and authors, Coleman believes NationBuilder is offering something traditional publishers are not.
    08/29/2016
  • Printing in Hong Kong & China, 2016
    Technology has taken much of the guesswork out of the print manufacturing process, in which most workflows can now be accomplished with push-button or point-and-click simplicity.
    08/29/2016

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