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  • Donne Forrest Remembered
    Fiona Kenshole, partner and senior literary agent, Transatlantic AgencyI am so lucky to have known Donne—I first met her in the ’80s when she was on her first sales trip to London and I was a very young acquiring editor at A & C Black.
  • The Week in Libraries: January 18, 2019
    From the Wall Street Journal, yet another report on Amazon's growing power over the book business: “They aren’t gaming the system,” literary agent Rick Pascocello said.
  • Licensing Hotline: January 2019
    Ferly is the global licensing agent and oversees publishing worldwide; FanGirl recently signed on to handle consumer products in North America.
  • Q & A with Henry Lien
    In the Peasprout Chen series, Henry Lien introduces the titular character, a 14-year-old girl studying wu liu, or martial arts figure skating, in the fabled city of Pearl.
  • Tundra's Narwhal Series Hits One Million Copies
    This article has been updated to include information on Clanton's literary agent.
  • Book Deals: Week of January 14, 2019
    (Berkley said sales, of late, have been particularly strong; the most recent book in the series, Agent in Place, hit both the PW hardcover fiction and New York Times combined e-book and hardcover fiction bestseller lists, at #8 and #7, respectively.)
  • S&S Set to Debut Masters at Work Series
    The line kicks off this April with six titles: Becoming a Real Estate Agent by Tom Chiarella, Becoming a Hair Stylist by Kate Bolick, Becoming a Neurosurgeon by John Colapinto, Becoming a Veterinarian by Boris Kachka, Becoming a Marine Biologist by Virginia Morell, and Becoming a Venture Ca
  • PW’s Most-Read Comics Stories of 2018
    Comics Industry Asks ‘NYT’ to Restore Graphic Bestseller ListsA little more than a year since the New York Times eliminated a number of bestseller lists—including the graphic novel and manga lists—literary agent Charlie Olsen has collected more than 900 signatures on a letter appealing to the paper to restore
  • Esmé Weijun Wang Writes Through the Story
    The gift of supremely talented friends comes with strings, though: some of the above met early success with big-name agents and “six-figure book deals, like, right away,” and Wang says this made it “doubly upsetting” when she received 41 rejections on her first book.
  • A Dream Team Publishes a Great American Novel
    “Still,” she says, “I was unprepared for the genius and range of this new book—the scope of it and how it combines everything she does.”Luiselli’s U.K. agent, Laurence Laluyaux at Rogers, Coleridge & White in London, has represented her for 10 years.
  • Religion Book Deals January 9, 2019
    The book, which is scheduled to be published in the fall, takes a critical look at modern branding tactics as being narcissistic, and calls on businesses and nonprofits to better reach and serve customers, according to the publisher.Harvest House Takes Agent’s DebutLiterary agent and former pu
  • Rights Report: Week of January 7, 2019
    Publication is tentatively slated for late 2020; Jason Anthony and Rob McQuilkin at Massie & McQuilkin handled the deal, in coordination with Madeleine Morel at 2M Communications, co-agenting for Laura Sullivan.
  • Wondering Where Publishing Is Headed? Ask Its Future Leaders.
    “You can see on the agenting side that they’ve started to have more of an emphasis on L.A. now,” she says.
  • The Biggest Publishing News Stories of 2018
    Before the close of the year, author Stephen Elliott, who was featured on the Shitty Media Men list, filed a defamation lawsuit against the crowdsourced document’s creator, Moira Donegan.The Agenting Profession Takes a HitWhile literary agents usually remain behind-the-scenes in the publishing bus
  • Four Questions with Karen M. McManus
    I had all these new voices in my head, not only my agent and my editor’s voices, which are helpful, but also you have reader reactions in mind.

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