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  • Lively Deal at Viking
    Editor-at-large Carole DeSanti made the deal for U.S. rights with agent Emma Sweeney at Harold Ober Associates.
    06/24/2002
  • Hot Deals: Praise Indeed
    Jack Du Brul is all of 28 years old, the same age, said his agent, Bob Diforio, that Stephen King was when Diforio, then a publisher, bought Carrie.
    09/28/1998
  • An African Looks at Africa
    Davidar bought the book for Canadian, U.K. and Commonwealth rights from Toronto agent Ashton Westwood of Westwood Creative and will publish, simultaneously with Penguin U.K., in fall 2006.
    08/23/2004
  • Political Punch
    Although the Daily News recently reported that Ed Rollins was at one point attached to the project, William Morris agents Joni Evans and Michael Carlisle told PW that a fiction collaboration idea fell apart more than six months ago.
    05/05/1997
  • Big Buy for Small House
    The buy was made at auction by the house's Patrick Walsh from agent Joseph Regal at Regal Literary, and the book will be its lead title for next fall.
    01/13/2003
  • Man-on-Moon Armstrong's Story
    Roy bought the project for North American rights, including first serial and audio, from agent Laurie Fox at Linda Chester; Carlisle & Company is handling foreign.
    04/21/2003
  • Short Takes
    Pocket Books' Luke Dempsey, with the keen support of president Judith Curr, herself a keen golfer, has bought a new illustrated guide to the rules of the game by golf legend Arnold Palmer; he bought world rights, and the hardcover book will be published next February....Two recent s
    09/17/2001
  • TWBG Debuts Freed Prize
    Manuscripts can be submitted with or without an agent.
    02/16/2004
  • 'Infidelity' Author Looks at Race
    According to her agent, Jodie Rhodes on the Coast, Hall moved swiftly to sew up a book called Living in a Black and White World while other interested editors were still getting readings.
    01/07/2002
  • Obsessed by Sherlock Holmes
    The book has already been sold, by London agent Clare Alexander at the Gillon Aitken agency, to half a dozen countries as well as the U.K., and Thomas, after his North American buy, sold the rights to Maya Mavjee at Doubleday Canada.
    07/01/2002
  • Daniel Promoted to V-P, W Publishing
    David Moberg, senior v-p and publisher of W Publishing, credited Daniel with "developing author and agent relations for W" and pointed to what he called "a real gift for smelling out great publishing ideas."
    09/27/2004
  • Man Who Helped Red Sox Win
    The buy was of North American rights from agent David McCormick at Collins McCormick, and Conrad plans to publish in spring 2006.
    11/08/2004
  • Cold Comfort at Hyperion
    Editor-in-chief Will Schwalbe bought North American rights to her next from agent John Ware at his own agency, for publication in 2003.
    06/25/2001
  • Judith Regan to Publish 'Nicole's Story'
    PW had heard two weeks ago that Regan was so hot for the book that she was calling agent Frank Weimann from her vacation.
    03/17/1997
  • The PW Morning Report: Tuesday, April 6, 2010
    A Look at Marvel's Promising iPad AppMarvel has big plans for its slick iPad app.A Writer Fights to Get Paid for His WorkSteve Almond takes on an agent and anthology editor over getting paid for his work, and wins.'
    04/06/2010

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