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  • Self-Published Writer Moves Up
    The deal was made with Coast agent Ken Atchity of AEI, who encountered the author at the BookExpo in Los Angeles this year, where she was touting her book, and decided to take her on.
    08/25/2003
  • Russert on Other Dads
    Susan Mercandetti, a new arrival at Random from Miramax, bought world rights from Washington agent Bob Barnett.
    03/21/2005
  • Confessions of a NYT 'Cad'
    Haber bought North American and audio rights from agent David McCormick at IMG and will publish on (gulp!)
    07/23/2001
  • New Deal for Literary Fantasist
    Fforde has found his niche, and was solidified in it by a mid-six-figure deal made by Viking senior editor Molly Stern with Janklow & Nesbit agents Eric Simonoff and Tif Loehnis (in J&N's London office).
    06/17/2002
  • Hot Deals: The Cat Seat
    It was widely submitted, said Wolcott's agent, Elyse Cheney at Sanford J.
    10/05/1998
  • Caesar on Caesar (Sid, That Is)
    The book was signed with agent Mel Berger at the William Morris agency, and the plan is to publish in spring 2003.
    11/26/2001
  • Birders All
    The seller was Colorado-based agent Jody Rein, who sold world rights excluding the U.K.
    05/27/2002
  • Photomania: Stumptown 2009
    Tom Neely (The Blot) Jeff Parker (Agents of Atlas) and a gorilla engage in tomfoolery during the Stumptown Trophy Awards at Cosmic Monkey Comics.
    04/21/2009
  • Harper Hot on Margolin
    Another seven-figure deal, this time a "major" one, was done between HarperCollins executive editor Dan Conaway and agent Jean Naggar for two new novels by defense lawyer turned novelist Philip Margolin, even before his next book under the last co
    11/24/2003
  • Putnam Signs Democrat Star
    It was Putnam's David Highfill who signed the book for world rights with agent Philippa Brophy at Sterling Lord Literistic, for publication next year—by which time Richardson may have become vice president, according to some observers.
    04/05/2004
  • Jimmy Carter for Christmas
    Carter and the agent will both forgo their fees, making the money available instead for the philanthropic doings of the Carter Center in Atlanta.
    12/02/2002
  • An Editor's Advice for Writers
    Von Mehren had the floor going into the auction arranged by Coast agent Amy Rennert, and, in classic style, exercised her topping privilege to take the book at its end.
    12/08/2003
  • Faye Kellerman Moves Over
    The female half of the prodigious Kellerman partnership (she and husband Jonathan each do a bestselling book a year, but never together) has taken her act from Morrow over to Warner, where Time Warner
    04/02/2001
  • Pollock to Van Gogh
    Senior editor Katie Hall preempted North American rights only from agent Mel Berger at William Morris and tentatively plans to publish four years from now.
    03/19/2001
  • Contest Winner's Book for SMP
    Martin's, who won it in an auction run by agent Joelle Delbourgo.
    07/14/2003

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