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  • Those Enron Books Keep Coming
    Conrad got North American rights on the book, to be co-written with Jennifer Reingold, formerly of Business Week, from agent Susan Ginsburg at Writers House.
    02/18/2002
  • Winning Numbers
    Good going for an author who spent 10 years sending her work off to agents (in a recent USA Today interview she noted, "I was rejected by every agent in New York at least four times").
    07/02/2001
  • Public Affairs Won't Publish Clarke Book
    He noted that the rights to the book would still be available in foreign markets, with Public Affairs' parent company Perseus serving as agent.
    10/25/2004
  • LBF Digital Conference: It's All About the Smartphones
    And the agents in the room were worried about authors' income, with Ed Victor asking why publishers had to be dragged "kicking and screaming" into an acceptance of a royalty rate of 25% of receipts.
    04/19/2010
  • Orphaned Phoenix Titles Picked Up By Counterpoint
    Jason Anthony, an agent at Lippincott Massie McQuilkin, is, for example, about to start shopping Aris Winger’s PhD’s Do The Math, which he sold to Phoenix in October 2009.
    06/10/2010
  • BEA 2013: Literary Ethics for Reviewers
    \tSimonoff provided an agent’s perspective and brought up issues surrounding the importance of who receives a particular assignment.
    05/30/2013
  • Mystery Notes
    Agent, Barbara Lowenstein.
    01/10/2005
  • Short Takes
    CAA's Sally Wilcox made the deal on behalf of literary agent Wendy Weil.
    08/23/2004
  • Short Takes
    It was Beverly Horowitz, publisher of the Bantam, Delacorte and Dell imprints of RH Children's Books, who made the hard/soft deal for Delacorte/Dell with agent Meg Ruley at Jane Rotrosen.
    07/14/2003
  • Short Takes
    Pam Krauss got world English rights in a book called Eat It Raw by supermodel Carol Alt, about the benefits of extreme vegetarianism; Laura Dail was the agent.
    05/19/2003
  • PW: Hot Deals: A Michael Connelly Movie Soon?
    On the basis of just a 37-page proposal, Renaissance agent J l Gotler, working on behalf of Connelly's agent, Philip G.
    07/06/1998
  • Religion News Briefs: July 8, 2020
    The finalists, listed alphabetically, are: editors Jocelyn Bailey, Kelsey Bowen, and Robin Patchen; agents Linda Glaz, Tamela Hancock Murray, and Cynthia Ruchti; mentors Chautona Havig, Lisa Jordan, and KyLee Woodley.
    07/08/2020
  • James King Wins Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award
    He found out about the contest through a literary agent’s Web site and said, “I thought at least it would be a great opportunity to get some reviews.”
    05/27/2009
  • Frankfurt Book Fair: Trident's Gottlieb Charges European Publishers with Collusion
    At least one American agent thinks so.
    10/16/2009
  • A Putin Biography Secretly Lights Up Frankfurt
    The book, which is forthcoming from Riverhead, presented a challenge for agent for Elyse Cheney, who was trying to sell foreign rights to the title, without compromising the safety of her author.
    10/18/2011

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