- Book Deals: Week of July 15, 2013
Agent Tracey Adams at Adams Literary represented Graudin.
- Cozy Fan Tudor: PW Talks with G.M. Malliet
But I couldn’t get an agent for my first book, Death of a Cozy Writer , because no one thought they could place it.
- Mystery Notes
Agent, Lynn Whittaker.
- Deals: Week of 11/1/10
Agent Jenny Bent, of the Bent Agency, brokered the deal for Hartman, and the book is currently slated for 2012.
- Optimism High at Premier Christian Fiction Conference
The American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) conference held in Nashville, Tenn. from August 25-28 saw optimism from publishers, writers, and agents.
Agent Kim Witherspoon sold world rights; publication is expected in fall 2006.
- George McHugh Nicholson, 1937–2015
In 1995, Nicholson joined Sterling Lord Literistic as an agent for children’s and young adult books.
- Book Deals: Week of September 28, 2015
Margaret O’Neill Marbury, v-p of women’s fiction editorial at Harlequin, negotiated the deal for world rights with agent Deidre Knight of the Knight Agency.
- ACFW 2019: Changing Market Creates New Publishing Opportunities
In its 18th year, the American Christian Fiction Writers conference attracted over 400 aspiring writers, authors, agents, and publishers to San Antonio, Tex. from Sept. 26-29.
- Fall 2017 Flying Starts: Andrea Tsurumi
During that time, she immersed herself in the publishing world, working as an assistant to literary agent Liza Voges and in Penguin’s mass market art department.
- Book Deals: Week of September 8, 2014
- SF/Fantasy/Horror Notes
Agent, Jennifer Jackson at DMLA.
- Hollywood Reader
Though the manuscript leaked widely to the town, agent Judith Riven is taking a decidedly old-school approach to film rights: she'll wait for the edited manuscript before choosing a film agent.
- Deals: Week of 5/10/10
Fox brokered the deal on behalf of British agent Anna Weber at United Agents.
- BookExpo America 2010: Publishing in the Age of Abundance
He stressed there was still a role for agents in the age of abundance, because “publishers can still suck.”