- Women's Fiction at Frankfurt
And according to agent Taryn Fagerness, "other offers are expected soon."
- When Amazon Calls: Two Self-Published Authors Reflect
“And, yes, she’s my original agent.
- Barnes &Noble to Create Own Bestseller List
Among agents, too, the effects could be widespread.
- Rosetta Reaches Its E-book Moment
“My view—and a number of agents and authors share the view—is if you can get a merchandising package from the leader, that's a good thing.”
- BookExpo America 2010: Publishing for the Age of Abundance
He stressed there was still a role for agents in the age of abundance, because “publishers can still suck.”
- Deals: Week of 7/15/11
Agent Richard Abate brokered the deal for Zuckerbrot, whose 2006 The F-Factor Diet (Putnam) was a bestseller.
- Major Last-Minute Deals Make for a Few Titles to Watch in Frankfurt
--Agent Susan Golomb will be shopping rights to Janice Steinberg’s An Intelligent Jewess.
- Spring 2019 Flying Starts: Kate Allen
Some agents wanted an entirely different book and were hesitant to deal with the subject of grief.
- New York Rights Fair Maps a Booming Marketplace
“It’s an exciting place to be right now.”The scouts and agents also discussed how the rise of TV and episodic streaming adaptations has supercharged the rights marketplace.
- Book Deals: Week of May 4, 2015
Miciak, Benjamin’s longtime editor, took world rights in the deal from agent Laura Langlie.
- Mystery Notes
- Brave New Blood at Holt
The proof: even some agents are understanding the tradeoff between lower advances/royalties and potentially higher sales.
- Stop the Presses?
Much was said about the way agents and publishers and readers fall inexplicably in love with books.
- Stet the Edit
But the whole brouhaha—Fisketjon absolutely opposes the republication; Gallagher has traded in famously tough agent Binky Urban for famously tough agent Andrew Wylie, who told the Times there is a lot of interest in the restored stories—raises a question as old as Gutenberg: what does an editor
- Midlist Author Tries Hybrid Self-Publishing
“I would prefer to have a major mainstream publisher and agent,” says Katz.