- Guilty Until Proven Innocent: PW Talks with David Dow
So one day I said to my agent, “Fine, I’ll just write a novel.
- Green Tapped to Head Abrams Artists
Longtime literary agent Simon Green has been tapped to head the book and publishing division of Abrams Artists Agency.
- Book Deals: Week of February 4, 2019
Wendy Loggia struck the agreement with Jon Elek at United Agents.
- Spring 2019 Children's Announcements: Publishers A-E
360 DegreesThe Moon by Hannah Pang, illus. by Thomas Hegbrook (Apr. 1, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-944530-24-2), examines the science, myths, facts, and fiction surrounding the moon.
- ALA Rebounds in Seattle
“We’ve had progress,” he noted, “but there is still a lack of hard, objective data and information to educate every publisher and every agent and every author that it is in their economic interests to appreciate, to leverage, and to love the channel of libraries and librarians.”And among
- Children's Books for Spring 2019: All Our Coverage
Here, we speak with a number of diverse debut authors who landed agents through the Twitter pitch contest #DVPit.
- Spring 2019 Children's Announcements: Publishers R-Z
Random HouseSesame Street: Love the Fur You’re In (Apr. 23, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-5247-1585-4).
- #DVPit Connects Agents and Diverse Authors
WNDB has had, agents say, an extraordinary impact upon the steady growth in the number of diverse books being published.
- #DVPit Connects NZ Author with Writers Community
After receiving almost 200 likes, 80 of which were from agents or editors, she sent out a first batch of 15 queries and sample pages.
- Abingdon Nabs Two Gift Books by Jen Hatmaker
“It challenges readers to simplify gift-giving: to focus on lasting gifts and quality over quantity.”Literary agent Mike Salisbury at Yates & Yates represented Hatmaker in the deal.
- Fall 2019 Children’s Sneak Previews
ABRAMSAbrams clears the floor for How Do You Dance?
- Q & A with Lizzy Mason
Then I wrote a paranormal story, which got me an agent, but it didn’t sell.
- Citing Social Media Controversy, Debut Author Delays Publication of YA Novel
Zhao’s agent, Peter Knapp at Park & Fine Literary and Media told PW, “I stand by Amélie and support her decision, and am excited to continue working together.”
- The Week in Libraries: February 1, 2019
“We’ve had progress,” Potash said, “but there is still a lack of hard, objective data and information to educate every publisher and every agent and every author that it is in their economic interests to appreciate, to leverage, and to love the channel of libraries and librarians.”
- Rights Report: Week of January 28, 2019
The first book is tentatively scheduled for early 2020; Jon Elek at United Agents brokered the deal.