- Deals: Week of 5/31/10
- Food Processing
And more than a few literary agents have written their own proposals after years of hustling them.
- Doing Business in Jerusalem
Agent Deborah Harris conducted an intense auction—many of the participants were editorial fellows—before signing with Rappaport.
- Hot Deals
Spiegel bought world rights from agent Joann Davis...
- Religion Book Deals: July 2016
The book deal was agented by Paul de Souza and world rights were sold to Matt Baugher.
- A Self-Publishing Veteran: Vivian Yang
There she wrote Memoirs of a Eurasian and began to contact literary agents.
- Deals: Week of March 12, 2012
Robert Pigeon, executive editor at Da Capo, took world rights to the short story collection Fire and Forget, from agent E.J.
- Fair Author Contracts: Two Lawyer Weigh In
Levine represent authors, agents, and publishers at their law firm, Levine Samuel.
Martin's; Sally Richardsonbought North American rights from agent Molly Friedrich and Keith Kahla will edit.
Two Debuts at Auction Riverhead's Megan Lynch and Susan Petersen Kennedy acquired North American rights to a debut novel by Ellis Avery, titled The Teahouse Fire, in an auction conducted by agent Jean Naggar.
- The New Paradigm
In other words, “If you’re an agent, what matters is selling.”
- BN.com Launches E-Book Imprint
Laura Nolan, a former agent, has been named senior editor and will manage author and agent relations.
- A New Era for Frankfurt
With a record number of agents registered, business was brisk, buoyed by a number of seven-figure advances.
- The Myth of The Lazy Writer
Learning to query agents took me longer than learning how to self-publish.Successful authors work their butts off either way.
- Deals: Week of May 7, 2012
In a three-book deal, Bloomsbury pre-empted world English rights to 20-year-old Samantha Shannon’s debut for six-figures from British agent David Godwin.