- 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.”
- Barnes &Noble to Create Own Bestseller List
Among agents, too, the effects could be widespread.
- 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.
- Book Deals: Week of May 4, 2015
Miciak, Benjamin’s longtime editor, took world rights in the deal from agent Laura Langlie.
- Deals: Week of March 26, 2012
Agent Wendy Sherman represented Wells.
- Deals: Week of October 15, 2012
Cook bought the book at auction from agent Edward Orloff at McCormick & Williams.
- After Himalayas, Road to Success Isn't So Steep
However, since it had already been shopped around, no agent would take it on.
- Hollywood Reader
CAA's Sally Willcox co-agented.
- Children's Job Moves: September 2016
Samantha Gentry has been promoted to assistant editor at Crown.Jessica Smith has joined Simon Pulse as editorial assistant.Sara Crowe is joining literary agency Pippin Properties as senior agent, as of September 14.
- Deals: Week of 9/6/10
Da Capo is planning a fall 2011 publication; agent Erin Hosier, at Dunlow Carlson & Lerner, brokered the deal.
- Deals: Week of August 13, 2012
Tuomala did not use an agent in the deal, which was for world English rights.
- Book Deals: Week of February 2, 2014
The authors did not use an agent in the deal.
- Book Deals: Week of April 29, 2013
Agent Holly Root at Waxman Leavell Literary represented debut author Amanda Maciel, who is an editor at Scholastic.
- Book Deals: Week of October 28, 2013
Agent Joshua Bilmes at Jabberwocky represented Sanderson.