- The Missionary Impact
He bought world rights from agent Kris Dahl at ICM, and will publish in hardcover in fall 2003.
- After 'Fargo,' a Coen Canon Expansion
Six publishers were involved in the auction conducted by agent Anthony Gardner.
- World Almanac Launches Licensing
Martin's, has been published since the 1860s and continues to appear on bestseller lists each October with the release of annual editions, according to Craig Kalter, president of Marathon Projects, The World Almanac's licensing agent.
- Job Moves: December 12, 2011
Dystel & Goderich Literary Management has announced the hiring of Morris Shamah as the agency’s new royalties director and junior agent.
- The Patterson Package
Prolific bestselling thriller author James Patterson, who caused a stir a year ago when he jumped from longtime agent Richard Pine to Janklow & Nesbit, has made another leap--to William Morris, where Jennifer Rudolph Walsh is putting toge
- 'Emergency' for Comic Cho
Grau signed for North American rights with agent David Vigliano and will publish next year.
- 'Kite Runner' Author Back
Spiegel got U.S. rights only from agent Elaine Koster and, as before, other rights are being offered by Chandler Crawford for translation, David Grossman for the U.K. and Helen Heller for Canada.
- Big Deal for Seth Memoir
The sale, in a hotly contested auction, was made here by the author's agent in the U.S., Irene Skolnick.
- People: 2/15/2010
Fehr to Trident Don Fehr joined Trident Media Group as a literary agent.
- Million-Copy Print Run for Grisham's First Kids' Book
Aimed at readers ages eight to 12, the book centers on a 13-year-old amateur attorney who gets involved in a murder trial.Penguin bought the series in a two-book deal with Grisham's longtime agent, David Gernert of the Gernert Company.
- SMP Signs Pat O'Brien Book
The book is tentatively scheduled for fall 2011 and O'Brien sold the book without an agent.
- A Peek at the December 6 'PW'
Runners-up to our Publishing Person of the Year include Andy Hunter and Scott Lindenbaum of Electric Literature, outgoing Wiley CEO Will Pesce, Stieg Larsson champion Sonny Mehta, Google’s Tom Turvey, literary agent/Odyssey Editions head Andrew Wylie, and the iPad.
- Red Fox Literary Opens for Business
This week agent Karen Grencik and editor Abigail Samoun officially launched their new venture, Red Fox Literary, an agency representing children’s book authors and illustrators and based out of Shell Beach, Calif.
- Short Takes
It was bought for six figures for world English rights by Doubleday's Trace Murphy from agent Ronald Goldfarb....
- Kellerman Is New Ballantine Star
She bought the next five Delaware novels, in a huge deal that ran into eight figures, from agent Barney Karpfinger.