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  • Pan Macmillan to Launch Digital-Only Imprint, Macmillan Compass
    Lloyd said that Pan Macmillan has been in conversations with agents, estates and rights holders who are, “only too aware of the long tail opportunities available to them but don’t necessarily have the infrastructure or skills to be fully exploit them.
    06/27/2011
  • Gallt Agency to Become Gallt and Zacker
    Senior agent Marietta Zacker, who joined the agency in 2008, has become a partner, and the agency will now be known as Gallt and Zacker Literary Agency.
    06/07/2016
  • Short Takes
    Newly independent agent Liv Blumer, formerly at Barney Karpfinger, has made several recent deals, mostly for authors she had inherited, representing them here for London and Australian agents.
    01/13/2003
  • Politics & Prose
    Senior editor Bill Thomas acquired the book from agent Esther Newberg for a reported six-figure advance.
    06/30/1997
  • Viking Wins Chris Farley Bio
    McGuigan, a former agent at Sanford Greenburger, opened his own shop, Foundry Literary + Media, a few months ago.
    08/09/2007
  • Self-Published Black Writers Soar
    This naturally caught the attention of an agent, Sara Camili, who in turn sold it to Pocket Books senior editor Tracy Sherrod as part of a two-book deal that includes a second novel called The Heatseekers.
    07/23/2001
  • Short Takes
    The little-known story of the first Native American baseball star, Louis Sockalexis, who played for Cleveland around the turn of the century, will be told in An Indian Summerby Brian McDonald, for which world rights (excluding Japan) have been sold by agent Jane Dystelto Stephane Tadaat Rod
    08/27/2001
  • Short Takes
    Agent Richard Pine has moved former football star turned thriller writer Ace Atkins from St.
    03/12/2001
  • Short Takes
    Lou Cinquino at Rodale preempted with a high five figures for world rights from Coast agent Jodie Rhodes.
    01/06/2003
  • News Briefs: Week of October 28, 2013
    “We’re sorry to see him go, and wish him the best of luck as he returns to life as a literary agent,” the spokesperson said.
    10/28/2013
  • Short Takes
    The untitled collection was bought from agent Bonnie Nadell at the Frederick Hill Bonnie Nadell agency, and publication is planned for 2004....
    02/25/2002
  • Freud and Fauna
    Agent John Brockman conducted the auction that led to the Free Press editor Stephen Morrow's six-figure bid for the new book.
    08/11/1997
  • 'NY Times' Books Beginning
    This was a North American rights buy from agent David McCormick at Collins McCormick, for publication in fall next year.
    07/07/2003
  • Big SMP Buy for 'New Pilcher'
    Pocket Books was also keen, so Dunne had to outbid in an auction held by agent Kathleen Anderson at Anderson Grinberg, acting for the Devon-based author's U.K. agent, Dinah Wiener.
    04/02/2001
  • Queen to McCormick and Williams
    She arrives from Inkwell Management, where she was an agent and an associate in the foreign rights department.
    03/31/2008

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