- Women: Still Behind?
Miller bought North American rights from agent Susan Rabiner and will publish in fall 2003.
- Weisbach has Word on Presidential Moms
Angelo was repped by agents Todd Shuster and Cherie Burns.
- A Debut Novel at 72
The North American rights sale was made by Zoe Pagnamenta in the New York office of London agent Peters Fraser & Dunlop.
- Ballantine Raises the Ante
It was a major three-book deal for world English rights, negotiated between agent Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord Literistic and editor Linda Marrow.
- Pakistan's Leader Signed
Everyone is rather close-mouthed about the deal, which was made with agent Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord Literistic, though it is understood to be well into six figures.
- A Year of War in Iraq
The young Floridian spent his nights while his unit was on duty in Baghdad tapping out his thoughts and experiences on the company's laptop, and an embedded journalist with the unit, intrigued, put him in touch with agent Anna Ghosh at Scovil Chichak & Galen.
- Five Deals for 10 Books
Anderson, whose agents at Trident Media Group, Robert Gottlieb and John Silbersack, worked out deals ranging in size from five figures to seven with five publishers on both sides of the Atlantic that will keep him busy for years to come.
- Now, 'Regrettable' Home Decor
His acquiring editor is again Crown's Doug Pepper, who bought world English rights from Lileks's home-state agent, Jonathan Lazear.
- Quick Take on Enron Saga
Kaufman bought world rights plus first serial, audio and electronic book, from agent Dan Green at his POM agency, and plans to publish, with equal speed, by next October.
- Viking's Prize-winning U.K. Buy
Slovak made his buy, like Britain's Sceptre imprint at Hodder, on the basis of a partial manuscript, from London agent Rupert Heath, and plans to publish in 2003.
- Ten Bidders for Story Collection
The collection is called A Few Notes on Tropical Butterflies, and agent Molly Friedrich at Aaron Priest, who made the sale of U.S. and Canadian rights, said it is "extraordinarily wide-ranging, set in many different parts of the world, with amazingly convincing voices, and all refl
- A New 'Morrie'?
Joann Davis, former Warner and HarperCollins editor who has just hung out an agent's shingle, made a quarter-million-dollar sale of a book about the pithy observations of a notable trend tracker'
- Rep to the Rescue
She in turn loved the novel and sent Beard to an agent, Jane Dystel—just in time to prevent him from signing a check for the printer.
- Coyne and the Colonel
Well, he did, and Coyne acquired the tentatively titled In Search of Honor, which concerns a young man's quest to clear his Vietnam vet father's name, from agent Henry Morrison and plans it to be a Doubleday's lead fiction title for fall 1998.
- Deconstructing Freud
The deal was made by Marly Rusoff, a former senior publicity executive and associate publisher at Doubleday, who is now agenting as an affiliate of the Carlisle & Company agency.