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  • McCurdy Re-Joins Kensington as Editorial Director
    "She has a great reputation with authors and agents"
    07/16/2015
  • S&S Brings Nixon's Complete Works to E
    The deal for the 10 titles being released was brokered between S&S's Jonathan Karp and agent Robert C.
    01/08/2013
  • Job Moves: May 24, 2013
    \tCharlie Olsen, an associate in the foreign rights department of InkWell Management, has been promoted to agent.
    05/24/2013
  • Herz Up at Doubleday
    In announcing the promotion, Chirico wrote, "her knowledge and savvy have earned her the trust of authors, the respect of agents, and the admiration of her colleagues."
    10/29/2013
  • WaPo Teaming With Diversion Books for E-Book Series
    The Washington Post has partnered with Diversion Books, the e-book publisher founded by agent Scott Waxman, to do a series of e-originals.
    08/24/2012
  • Sedaris Back to Grand Central
    The deal was negotiated with literary agent Tracy Fisher at the William Morris Agency.
    04/30/2009
  • Job Moves: December 19, 2013
    \tLeslie Stoker, v-p and publishing director, lifestyle at Abrams, will be leaving the company at the end of the year to pursue opportunities as a consultant and agent.
    12/19/2013
  • Job Moves: April 16, 2014
    Cook, is joining Yates & Yates as associate literary agent.
    04/16/2014
  • Kelly's First Deal
    \t\tNew Morrow editor-in-chief Betty Nichols Kelly has acquired her first book with a reported $500,000 preemptive bid to agent Alex Smithline to publish Link, a first novel by 28-year-old screenwriter Walt William Becker.
    06/02/1997
  • HM Looks at 'Toddler Culture'
    He took Toddler Culture by investigative journalist and broadcaster Susan Gregory Thomas from agent Tina Bennett at Janklow & Nesbit.
    11/10/2003
  • New Series Character for Robert B. Parker
    But fans of Parker's popular Spenser character needn't worry: Parker, who is represented by agent Helen Brann, will continue to do that series as well, with the next entry, Small Vices, out on March 31.
    03/10/1997
  • An Editor's Famous Father
    There were several bidders when agent Gloria Loomis at Watkins Loomis sent it around, but Norton's Bob Weil came up the winner as the editor Sifton most wanted to work with, and the world rights deal (except Germany) was concluded with him.
    04/29/2002
  • Rosie Kids Around
    Vice-president and executive editor Jamie Raab told PW that this book was O'Donnell's idea, and that in this separate book deal negotiated with O'Donnell's agent Amanda Urban, the talk-show star and Warner will donate all proceeds to charity.
    03/03/1997
  • Big Buy of Walters Memoir
    It was a deal for world English rights, signed by editor Susan Mercandelli (along with Miramax's Steve Hutensky and Charles Layton) with agent Mort Janklow at Janklow & Nesbit.
    04/26/2004
  • Dell Snags 'Vanity Fair' Contrib on Cunanan
    Executive editor Tom Spain acquired world rights from Orth's agent Amanda Urban and plans a spring 1998 publication.
    07/28/1997

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