- Bible Women for Burnham at TM
Burnham paid six figures for world rights to agent Gail Ross.
- Distribution: Continental & Behrman Add Clients
With an inaugural shipment of a large order for Confidential: The Life of Secret Agent Turned Hollywood Tycoon – Arnon Milchan by Meir Doron and Joseph Gelman, Behrman House this week became the U.S. distributor for Jerusalem-based Gefen Publishing House.
- S&S Offers Paperless Royalty Statements
The publisher, which streamlined its royalty process in February (among other things making the statement availabline online through its Agent Portal), is now offering authors the option of viewing all of their agency's statements that have been converted to the new format.
- Black Women Study Preempted at HC
HarperCollins editors Robert Jones and Gail Collins preempted a book on the emotional challenges faced by black women in America with a mid-six-figure, world rights bid to agent Todd Shuster at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth.
- Another Side of Tyson?
The purchase was from agent Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord Literistic, and Hirshey hopes to publish in fall of 2003.
- Job Moves: February 23, 2012
Jen Linnan, formerly an associate agent at Sanford J.
- Pynchon Comes to E
The deal was negotiated by Pynchon's wife, literary agent Melanie Jackson.
- News Briefs: Week of November 3, 2014
Vigliano Sells AgencyLiterary agent David Vigliano has sold his company, Vigliano Associates, to Y Entertainment Group.
- Short Takes
World rights were bought from agent Lisa Swayne; Merloyd Lawrence will edit the book for her own imprint.
- Return of Tama Janowitz
It was senior editor Diane Higgins who bought the book, called Peyton Ambrose, for North American rights from agent Betsy Lerner at the Gernert Company, and plans to publish it next fall.
- 'Blood Ties' Takes Red House Prize
U.S. rights, which are held by agent Rosemary Canter, have not yet been sold.
- Job Moves: September 23, 2013
Greenburger Associates as a literary agent.
- Job Moves: February 20, 2014
MacGregor Literary has hired Holly Lorincz as their newest literary agent.
- Frankfurt Fair Personnel Shifts
In addition, Riky Stock, director of the German Book Office in New York, will add managing the Literary Agents and Scouts Centre (LitAg) at this fall’s fair to her role.
- Obituary: Pauline de Margerie
De Margerie was responsible for the French paperback publication of a great many American titles, working with American agents, editors and scouts.