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With PubMatch, there will be a place where a French agent can sell a French title to a Polish agent and have that transaction recorded and open to the PubMatch community.”
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Plus, book fairs around the world are a strong engine for the international literary economy.Every year, more than a hundred Nordic and international agents participate in the Book Fair in Gothenburg, and a few thousand exhibitors from around 100 countries attend Frankfurter Buchmesse.
Agent Andrew Blauner made the sale.
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Customs special agent chronicles official corruption, mass murders and government wrongdoing.
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Margaret O’Neill Marbury, v-p of women’s fiction editorial at Harlequin, negotiated the deal for world rights with agent Deidre Knight of the Knight Agency.
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Agent, Jennifer Jackson at DMLA.
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Fox brokered the deal on behalf of British agent Anna Weber at United Agents.
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He stressed there was still a role for agents in the age of abundance, because “publishers can still suck.”
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During that time, she immersed herself in the publishing world, working as an assistant to literary agent Liza Voges and in Penguin’s mass market art department.
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In its 18th year, the American Christian Fiction Writers conference attracted over 400 aspiring writers, authors, agents, and publishers to San Antonio, Tex. from Sept. 26-29.
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Agent, Sam Pinkus.
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McGrath Strikes Twice About 12 hours after receiving it, Scribner's Sarah McGrath preempted a debut novel by 27-year-old Aryn Kyle titled The God of Animals; agent Denise Shannon sold North American rights for significant six figures.