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  • Why E-Textbooks Just Make Sense: An Academic and a Literary Agent Explain
    Students, textbook authors, and publishers have reason to look forward to a growing demand for electronic textbooks.
    11/15/2010
  • Lit Agent Under Fire from Former Clients, Including Bestselling YA Author
    Thomas has not settled on a new agent; Mary Pender at United Talent Agency remains her agent for film and TV deals.Update: On March 4, Thomas announced on Twitter that Molly Ker Hawley of the Bent Agency will represent her.
    02/18/2021
  • Frankfurt Book Fair 2011: U.K. Publishers, Agents Plan a New Literary Prize
    Explicitly aiming a barb at the Man Booker Prize, a group of publishers and agents with Andrew Kidd of Aitken Alexander as its spokesman has announced a new literary award, to be called the Literature Prize, “to establish a clear and uncompromising standard of excellence”.
    10/12/2011
  • Business As Usual at Penguin, Random House
    "Agents always prefer more competition to less.
    10/29/2012
  • Writer Beware: Web Site Warns of Online Scams
    Strauss told PW that while the Writers Beware site focuses on the activities of disreputable literary agents, it also warns of corrupt "book doctors" and subsidy publishers that are sometimes affiliated with or even owned by the same crooked agents.
    09/27/1999
  • Lampack Loses in Suit Against Former Author
    In 2007, Grimes left Lampack and hired a new agent.
    11/02/2010
  • Representing Change
    The field is growing rapidly, more authors and illustrators have agents--even some who have long thought they didn't need an agent have changed their minds--and there are more agents representing children's books.
    02/12/2001
  • Representing Change
    The field is growing rapidly, more authors and illustrators have agents--even some who have long thought they didn't need an agent have changed their minds--and there are more agents representing children's books.
    02/12/2001
  • Foundry's Co-Owners Launching New Companies
    McGuigan will be joined by Foundry agent Kirsten Neuhaus.
    09/18/2020
  • Fifty Shades Gets Repped by Caroline Mickler Ltd.
    Caroline Mickler Limited has been appointed master licensing agent for Fifty Shades of Grey, making it responsible for building the program in the U.K. and working with the brand owner to appoint agents for territories worldwide.
    06/12/2012
  • Foreign Buyers for Teenager's Book
    Fountain has been agenting in Paris for 15 years, having moved there from San Francisco; she began with smaller publishers and agents lacking a French connection, and moved into the big leagues by recently taking on the children's list of Ed Victor.
    04/23/2001
  • Digital Rights Battle Brewing
    He said that since the letter was sent, Random has received “many requests” from agents to discuss e-book publication, and Random is hopeful the dialogue with the agent community will continue.
    12/21/2009
  • Nonfiction Notes
    Reiss's advice is wholly pragmatic, whether it's how to create a marketing plan to convince an agent that your book will sell or "good places to cruise" to meet agents in person.
    02/10/2003
  • Castillo Comes to Writers House
    Johanna Castillo is returning to her roots, leaving her editorial job for a post as a literary agent.
    05/14/2018
  • Short Takes
    Talese has only U.S. rights, and U.K. agent Deborah Rogers has already sold it to Cape in London....
    04/23/2001

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