STERLING LORD LITERISTIC Children's book agent Paul Rodeen will open a Chicago office for the agency in November.
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"It's the kind of branding I'd do for an author if I sold a story to Harper's," said one agent of the new program.
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Learning to query agents took me longer than learning how to self-publish.Successful authors work their butts off either way.
- Deals: Week of May 7, 2012
In a three-book deal, Bloomsbury pre-empted world English rights to 20-year-old Samantha Shannon’s debut for six-figures from British agent David Godwin.
- Deals: Week of September 17, 2012
Agent Jennifer Weltz, at Jean V.
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With a record number of agents registered, business was brisk, buoyed by a number of seven-figure advances.
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Agent Maura Kye-Casella at Don Congdon Associates represented Torre.
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Levy did the deal without an agent.
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Middle-grade, middle-grade, middle-grade, said Rebecca Mancini, whose company Rights Mix represents four publishers and six agents.
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Things didn't change when I became a literary agent in 1996.
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The next reader is his agent, Larry Kirshbaum.
- Frankfurt Book Fair Forever
I was averaging less than 10 appointments per day with agents and publishers but knew I could do better.
Bob Bender preempted world rights to James Scott's Attack on the Liberty via agent Wendy Strothman.
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About six years ago she had an agent and came close to being published in the conventional manner.
- Deals: Week of February 13, 2012
Agent Wayne Kabak represented Urschel, who used to work for USA Today and is a director emeritus at Washington, D.C.’s Newseum.