- Comings and Goings: February 3, 2012
Kristina Holmes is leaving her position as an agent at Ebeling & Associates Literary Agency after six years to move forward with her new agency, The Holmes Agency.
- 'White City' Writer Back
The author's longtime editor Betty Prashker joined with Crown publisher Steve Ross to buy North American rights from agent David Black.
- Turner Buys New, and Backlist, Barbara Wood
Executive editor Diane Gedymin took North American rights from agent Harvey Klinger.
- Creamer Signs WTC Oral History
Creamer bought world hard/soft rights (paperback for Broadway) from agent Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord Literistic.
- Regan's New Buy: South African Novel
Regan said that reading only one page convinced her to buy it, from agent Isobel Dixon at London's Blake Friedmann agency.
- All About Google
The world rights sale was made by agent Ronald Goldfarb.
- Carrying on the Burke Franchise
Barth bought world rights, excluding British, from Alafair's father's agent, Phil Spitzer.
- Burroughs Running Back
Martin's Press editor, Jennifer Enderlin, was quick to sign him up for a further two books with agent Christopher Schelling at Ralph Vicinanza.
- A Sequel from Rosenberg
It was a North American rights deal for seven figures, based on a detailed proposal by Rosenberg, and bought from agent Scott Miller at Trident Media Group.
- Afghan's Debut Novel Preempted
Spiegel bought U.S. rights from agent Elaine Koster and plans to publish early in 2004.
- Two Freed Slaves' Stories
Andrea Schulz bought world rights in the book for Harcourt from Boston publisher-turned-agent Wendy Strothman and will publish in 2006.
- A Hefty History of Christianity
It's to be called Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years, and Michael Millman bought it here from U.K. agent Felicity Bryan for North American rights.
- Ellen Came Out -- But Will Her Book?
Agent Mort Janklow is now shopping the book, with Morrow's Rob Weisbach (who signed up Ellen's first, My Point...
- Quick Off the Mark on SARS
Bryant bought world rights from agent Gail Ross.
- Knopf Wins 'Moscow at War'
Carol Janeway at Knopf was the winner over four other publishers when agent George Lucas at Carlisle & Company put the book up for auction on behalf of Profile Books, its London publisher.