- 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.
- 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.
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.
Agent Jodie Rhodes brokered the deal.
STERLING LORD LITERISTIC Children's book agent Paul Rodeen will open a Chicago office for the agency in November.
- Comeback Kid? Amazon Revival Could Shake Up Industry
"It's the kind of branding I'd do for an author if I sold a story to Harper's," said one agent of the new program.
- 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.
- Deals: Week of September 17, 2012
Agent Jennifer Weltz, at Jean V.
- A New Era for Frankfurt
With a record number of agents registered, business was brisk, buoyed by a number of seven-figure advances.
- Book Deals: Week of July 29, 2013
Agent Maura Kye-Casella at Don Congdon Associates represented Torre.