- Little, Brown To Release New Tom Wolfe
The Hachette division acquired North American rights to the work from agent Lynn Nesbit of Janklow & Nesbit, and the book, set for a 2009 publication, will be edited by senior editor Pat Strachan (who worked with Wolfe on numerous books at FSG, including Bonfire of the Vanities and
- PW: Weld Turns Writer
The book, tentatively scheduled for September 1998 publication, was acquired by S&S editor Alice Mayhew in a deal negotiated by agent Peter Matson.Back To News --->
- Vollmann Back at Viking
The new book, bought from agent Susan Golombfor North American rights, is described as a series of tales that counterpoint the moral decisions made by selected pairs of real-life characters in Russia and Germany during the 20th century.
- A Lawyer's Take on Gay Marriage
Weisbach bought North American rights in the book from agent Fred Morris at the agency of the late Jed Mattes and expects to publish as soon as next spring.
- Lord Archer Released (by HC)
The deal was arranged in London with agent Jonathan Lloyd at Curtis Brown U.K., who said the author had returned the sum he received on signing the $15-million contract with Harper in 2000.
- MacDonald, Steele Back at HC
The book was bought from agent Carol Mann.
- Gulf War Memories
Cahill bought world English rights, including first serial and audio, from agent Joe Veltre at Carlisle & Company.
- Stephenson Inks New Deal at HC
., Jennifer Brehl, Stephenson's longtime editor, brokered the sale with agent Liz Darhansoff at Darhansoff & Verrill.Seveneves, HC explained, is about the survivors of a global disaster which nearly causes the extinction of all life on the planet.
- S&S Teams With Int'l Thriller Writers On Star-Studded Anthology
\tSarah Knight acquired the collection for S&S from Writers House agent Dan Conaway, who reprsented ITW.
- PW Select for October 2013
\t \t\t \tPW Select follows the latest developments in self-publishing, trends, news and insider information, all within a community of like-minded writers, authors, editors, agents, publishers and others who know the book world.
- Job Moves: March 18, 2014
Machinist was previously a literary agent at Janklow & Nesbit Associates.
- Obituary: Publisher Oscar Dystel, 101
Dystel is survived by his daughter, literary agent Jane Dystel.
- Religion Book Deals: July 22, 2020
Agent Jim Hart represented Gray and the title -- a tale of mysterious images appearing in a church's stained glass windows — is set for a Dec. 20 release.
- 'Pulpwood Queens' Heard From
Agent Marly Rusoff just sold her offspring to Warner's Amy Einhorn for U.S., Canadian and open market rights.
- PW: 'Head Above Water'