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  • Surprise Project Becomes S&S Big London Book
    “I have received un-agented manuscripts that people have asked me to read, but I’ve never bought anything un-agented,” she said, adding that Rowley’s book is the “kind of book you always hope to be able to put an offer on.”
    04/06/2015
  • Book Deals: Week of March 24, 2014
    Agent Erin Niumata at Folio Literary Management represented Guiliani.
    03/24/2014
  • Book Deals: Week of July 22, 2013
    Agent Jim Hornfischer, at Hornfischer Literary Management, brokered the deal.
    07/22/2013
  • Andrew Wylie Makes First Apperance at Guadalajara
    Wylie spoke about the role literary agents play today, especially as regards international markets.
    12/05/2016
  • Four Questions for...Publishing Scotland's Marion Sinclair
    The hope is to promote the work of Scottish-based publishers and agents to the world.
    08/11/2015
  • Short Takes
    Agent Robert DiForio made the deal....
    08/02/2004
  • Short Takes
    The North American rights deal was made with agent Jennifer Cayea at Nick Ellison....
    12/13/2004
  • Whither Online Rights Trading?
    President J l Fishman, formerly a Doubleday editor and then an agent, explained that a number of larger U.S. and British operations, which use sub-agents extensively, found the 5% fee awkward in terms of using their sub-agents and the online service simultaneously.
    10/30/2000
  • Authors Demand Better Treatment from Albert Whitman & Co.
    “We are told that some payments and statements are ultimately sent but only with persistent follow-up by the author’s agent; some agents are still waiting.
    11/16/2020
  • What They Do for Love
    One agent likes to call it "back-seat publishing."
    11/15/2004
  • Hot Deals
    In a seven-figure hard-soft world rights deal negotiated by SMP president and publisher Sally Richardson with agent Sterling Lord, the house bought Dr.
    04/26/1999
  • Hot Deals
    Agent Neil Olson at Donadio and Ashworth sold Karp North American rights, and has made British and German deals.
    07/05/1999
  • Hot Deals
    Agent was Michael Carlisle....
    05/17/1999
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The agent for the book, who sold North American rights, is Jeff Kleinman at Washington's Graybill & English.
    06/19/2000
  • S&S Acquires Self-Pubbed 'Life's a Witch' in Three-Book Deal
    \t \tAfter the first PW story about her ran in December, Geragotelis was overwhelmed with foreign rights interest in the book (she was immediately signed by a literary agent and a foreign rights agent).
    02/16/2012

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