- 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.
- Weil in Nonbook Rodale Deal
Steve Murphy, Rodale's president and chief operating officer, announced the partnership, which was signed by Weil's agent, Richard Pine at Arthur Pine Associates, and Rodale's Tami Booth, saying he was delighted to welcome "this inspiring author and trusted teacher."
- The Kingsolver Diet
Karten signed for North American and audio rights with agent Frances Goldin.
- Beaufort Rushing Jodi Arias Book
\tSkoloff and Hoffner, covered the trial for the AP and their book was originally released earlier this month by Waterfront Digital Press (which was founded by literary agent William Gladstone).
- Job Moves: February 14, 2011
At the Carolyn Jenks Literary Agency, AnnMarie Monzione has been promoted to associate agent.
- Distribution: Edinburgh University Press and Oxford University Press Agree
., has appointed Oxford University Press as its exclusive agent in North and South America and Canada beginning August 1, 2013.
- Obituary: Carl D. Brandt
\tLiterary agent Carl D.
- Annual Children's Illustration Exhibit Opens
\t \tThe exhibit was founded in 1980 by illustrators’ agent and art director Dilys Evans.
- Big Deal for Debut Novelist
Feron bought world English rights from agent Eileen Cope at Lowenstein-Yost, who is expecting great things of the book at Frankfurt.
- The Parrot Relationship
Kot paid six figures for North American rights to agent Jandy Nelson at Manus & Associates on the Coast.
- 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.'
- Germany Still Paying Up
London agent Carole Blake made the deal for Blood Eagle and two other titles, and is looking for U.S. offers this week.
- Language of the Spirit
Albert Clayton Gaulden was a mentor to highly successful spiritual author James Redfield (The Celestine Prophecy), so it seemed only natural that Joann Davis, the editor who first published Redfield, should now, as an agent, be selling
- Plimpton Autobiography to LB
Pietsch bought world rights from agent Joe Regal as part of a two-book deal that will also include a collection of the author's best essays.
- Lively Deal at Viking
Editor-at-large Carole DeSanti made the deal for U.S. rights with agent Emma Sweeney at Harold Ober Associates.