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  • NYT's 'Anonymous' Trump Official to Publish with Twelve
    The agents, whose firm is based in Washington, D.C., added, confidently, that the book will be "the publishing event of the year."
    10/22/2019
  • Short Takes
    Agent AndrewStuart made the sale....
    04/25/2005
  • Short Takes
    Agent Michael Carlisle at Inkwell made the North American sale, and the title will lead the Basic catalogue next spring.
    01/10/2005
  • Self-Published Guardsman Lands Deal with NAL
    Tupper's path to authordom is, according to his new agent, Doug Grad, one of those serendipitous publishing stories.
    10/07/2009
  • Short Takes
    Bush by former Time correspondent David Aikman, bought for world rights from agent Kathryn Helmers....
    06/30/2003
  • PW: Bonded By Words
    Agnes Krup, an independent agent specializing in foreign rights, has sold the forthcoming book, under the title The Surgeon of Crowthorne, in the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Holland and Japan.
    11/24/1997
  • Mystery Notes
    Brew and his faithful border collie, Jessie, soon get on the trail of federal agents who have no business meddling in the lives of the locals.
    07/30/2001
  • Two More Terror Titles Signed
    Executive editor Leigh Haber signed the book for world rights plus first serial, audio and e-book, from agent Mark Reiter at IMG.
    10/29/2001
  • Dealmaker in Book Deal
    Free Press publisher Martha Levin announced the buy, which was made from agent Christy Fletcher at Carlisle & Company by executive editor Bill Rosen.
    07/02/2001
  • Short Takes
    Geoff Kloske at S&S bought world rights from the author's agent and lawyer, Leon Friedman....
    12/22/2003
  • Short Takes
    The agent was Dorian Karchmar at Lowenstein Associates....
    02/10/2003
  • PW: Hot Deals: Cancer Drug News Leads to Book Controversy
    Last Monday, several publishers received an e-mail pitch from agent John Brockman on behalf of one of his clients, New York Times science writer Gina Kolata, proposing a book on Folkman's research.
    05/11/1998
  • Short Takes
    CNN anchor and journalist Lou Dobbs, who has been an outspoken critic of job outsourcing, has now written a book on the subject, Exporting America, and Warner president Larry Kirshbaum bought it for world rights from agent Wayne Kabak at
    05/31/2004
  • Industry Members Unite to Block Trump Administration Book Deals
    Author Barry Lyga has posted an open letter signed by more than 250 authors, agents, booksellers, and publishers supporting their opposition to any publisher signing up President Donald Trump or members of his administration for any further book deals.
    01/15/2021
  • People
    Marsha Philitas has been promoted to senior literary agent at the L.
    11/24/2008

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