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  • The 'Bug Book'
    Warner v-p/executive editor Rick Horgan made a six-figure, two-book deal with L.A. agent Jerry Zeitman, based on a 17-page treatment that had an incarnation as a miniseries pitch to Warner's TV department.
    06/30/1997
  • TV Writer's First Novel Auctioned
    The auction was conducted by agent Nick Ellison.
    08/05/2002
  • Boyle's Next: Off to Alaska
    According to Slovak, who bought North American rights to Drop City from agent Georges Borchardt, it's one of the author's "strongest yet--a richly rewarding character study full of adventure and surprising twists."
    12/03/2001
  • Big Deal for Four from Moore
    The deal was made with agent Nick Ellison for North American plus audio and includes two "major" books, a novel about death called A Dirty Job and an untitled one.
    05/12/2003
  • Publisher Sells Own Thriller
    She bought U.S. rights from agent Henry Dunow and sales have also been made, by Dunow and his U.K. associate, Andrew Nurnberg, to Canada, Germany, Spain, Italy, Holland, Australia and Norway.
    09/27/2004
  • Wiley Gets Helicopter Ace's Tale
    Now he is to tell his story in Helicopter Pilot, which he plans to write with Nick Taylor, coauthor on John Glenn's memoir, and which John Wiley executive editor Tom Miller just preempted for world rights from agent Bob DiForio; the deal also includes first and second serial, book
    12/24/2001
  • Little, Brown Snags Berger Sequel
    \t\tBased on a partial manuscript, Little, Brown editor Roger Donald has paid a rumored $300,000 advance in a deal negotiated by agent Don Congdon, for The Return of Little Big Man, the sequel to the 1964 Thomas Berger classic that was als
    02/17/1997
  • Steven Pinker on Thought
    Wendy Wolf here and Stefan McGrath in London bought The Stuff of Thought: Human Ideas and Where They Come From from agent John Brockman, and Wolf will publish here in 2005.
    03/03/2003
  • New Take on 'Little Women'
    Weber, whose most recent novel was The Music Lesson, has written a tale of three young women who flee home and their romantic entanglements, and agent Gloria Loomis sold North American rights for a "handsome" six figures.
    09/16/2002
  • Onassis's Personal Secretary Nets $1 Mil
    Putnam senior v-p Nanscy Neiman acquired the book from agent Helen Rees in a rumored $1-million deal.
    03/17/1997
  • Big Payday for 'Yoga King'
    Baron Baptiste, seen here in a typical relaxed pose, is known as "the king of American yoga," so when agent Ling Lucas offered a book proposal around, there was a flurry of interest.
    05/07/2001
  • Podcast: PW's Week Ahead for Friday, May 11
    Authors’ representatives – otherwise known as literary agents – have done some writing on their own this week.
    05/11/2012
  • Terry Goodkind to Self-Publish Next Novel
    Goodkind's agent, Russell Galen, of Scovil Galen Ghosh, declined to offer any more details about the book, but confirmed that this will be the first title the author has self-published.
    06/13/2012
  • Sinha Novel to S&S
    \t\tDedi Felman at Simon & Schuster took U.S. rights to Indian writer Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People in an auction conducted by agent Dan Mandel at Sanford Greenburger on behalf of Carole Blake in the U.K.
    09/18/2007
  • Comings and Goings: January 5, 2011
    She will be working with agents and publishers to develop book projects, and helping new authors fine-tune manuscripts, proposals and picture book dummies.
    01/05/2011

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