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  • London Book Fair 2013: Young, Debut Authors Fetch Big Advances
    The Miniaturist, which is set in 17th century Amsterdam, is being represented by the agent Juliet Mushens at The Agency Group.
    04/17/2013
  • Deals
    Pietsch, who acquired world rights in a preempt from agent Lydia Wills, plans to publish in 2008.
    01/30/2006
  • Hot Deals
    Book and music will be by John Dempsey and Dana Rowe; the author was represented in the deal by his West Coast agent, Ken Sherman....
    07/26/1999
  • Viking Preempts Queenan
    Really via agent Lorin Rees, who sold world rights.
    06/11/2007
  • Deals
    Pantheon's Jenny Jackson bought North American rights to a second novel by AmandaBoyden via agent Rob McQuilkin.
    04/02/2007
  • A New Kind of Conference for a New Kind of Author
    Where do other people like editors, agents, and publicists fit?
    02/08/2013
  • A Self-Publishing Veteran: Vivian Yang
    There she wrote Memoirs of a Eurasian and began to contact literary agents.
    01/02/2012
  • Deals: Week of March 12, 2012
    Robert Pigeon, executive editor at Da Capo, took world rights to the short story collection Fire and Forget, from agent E.J.
    03/12/2012
  • Fair Author Contracts: Two Lawyer Weigh In
    Levine represent authors, agents, and publishers at their law firm, Levine Samuel.
    04/25/2016
  • The New Paradigm
    In other words, “If you’re an agent, what matters is selling.”
    09/23/2013
  • BN.com Launches E-Book Imprint
    Laura Nolan, a former agent, has been named senior editor and will manage author and agent relations.
    01/08/2001
  • Deals
    Martin's; Sally Richardsonbought North American rights from agent Molly Friedrich and Keith Kahla will edit.
    04/23/2007
  • Deals
    Two Debuts at Auction Riverhead's Megan Lynch and Susan Petersen Kennedy acquired North American rights to a debut novel by Ellis Avery, titled The Teahouse Fire, in an auction conducted by agent Jean Naggar.
    12/19/2005
  • Deals
    Agent Jodie Rhodes brokered the deal.
    03/06/2006
  • People
    STERLING LORD LITERISTIC Children's book agent Paul Rodeen will open a Chicago office for the agency in November.
    11/08/2004

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