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  • The End of Russia’s War in Ukraine
    Though Americans are involved, the three FSB agents take center stage.
    02/15/2021
  • Lit Clause Gives Authors Pause
    Here was an agent I liked; that's rare.
    07/19/2004
  • How Do You Say 'Deal' in Thai?
    And forget the stuffy British stereotype: more sub-agents tell me they're steering business to U.K. publishers and agents because they're friendlier.
    09/25/2006
  • Short Takes
    Tade bought world rights from Coast agent Jodie Rhodes, except for Asia, which the agent is selling....
    07/19/2004
  • Ross Takes Spot at Abrams Artists
    Ross estimated that he will be splitting his time evenly between agenting and on the author services side.
    07/08/2010
  • Short Takes
    The agent was Scott Miller at Trident Media Group....
    11/04/2002
  • Short Takes
    ., having bought world rights (outside Britain) from agent Mort Janklow....
    02/03/2003
  • Short Takes
    The buy was from agent Noah Lukeman, world rights, for publication next year....
    03/31/2003
  • Short Takes
    The buyer was Jennifer Brehl, who paid six figures for world rights to agent Judith Ehrlich ....
    08/19/2002
  • Short Takes
    The agent making the sale was Flip Brophy at Sterling Lord Literistic....
    08/12/2002
  • Short Takes
    Agent Jenny Meyer has taken over the agency previously run by Agnes Krup, specializing in selling U.K. and translation rights for U.S. agents; she can be reached at 718-399-3320, e-mail jenny@meyerlit.com....
    07/29/2002
  • People: Sedita to Grosset & Dunlap
    She was an agent at Jean V.
    09/08/2008
  • China Blocks U.S Rights Deals, AAP Concerned
    ., U.K. and Chinese publishers that had been negotiated by foreign literary agents.
    07/10/1997
  • Soldier Boy
    Set mainly in Germany and Switzerland, it's a tale of double-agent spy games where stock spymasters embroil their renegade agent pawns in contorted plots of one-upmanship.
    02/27/1995
  • Short Takes
    Karen Rinaldi and Colin Dickerman bought world English rights to Browne's Amped from agent Sarah Chalfant at the Wylie Agency....
    03/11/2002

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