- Panorama Project Pivots, Taps New Project Leader
Citing the "disheartening" recent changes in library e-book and digital audio terms, Potash told PW that Panorama will also also reach out directly to authors and agents about to how libraries impact their work, and to involve them in the project.
- Book Deals: Week of April 6, 2020
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- Web Site and Author Rescue a Forgotten Book
After reading about it on NeglectedBooks, literary agent Shannon—who'd never been to the site before—ordered it from a used bookseller.
- Flatiron’s Frick Strengthens Categories
The first, An American Dog in London, is by Danny Hakim, the European economic correspondent for the New York Times; Frick took world English rights to the memoir from ICM Partners agent Esther Newberg.
- Author Jennifer Armentrout Wants to Help Aspiring Writers
They bring out a substantial amount of authors and agents and editors.
- New Auel Novel to Get World Send-off
Those publishers have already paid the Jean Naggar Agency, Auel's agent, a total approaching $8 million for translation rights, believed to be a record for a fiction work over so short a time.
- Children's Job Moves: May 2013
\tAmmi-Joan Paquette has been promoted to senior agent at the Erin Murphy Literary Agency; she was formerly agent, and has been with the company for four years.
- Sourcebooks to Publish Novels of L.M. Montgomery
A fan of the author since childhood, Hultenschmidt tracked down Montgomery’s descendants through the agent when she discovered that The Blue Castle was out of print in the U.S.
- A 21st-century Spy
After five crime novels set in a fictional Eastern European country during the Cold War, Olen Steinhauer examines the toll working for the CIA takes on one agent in a contemporary spy thriller, The Tourist (Reviews, Dec. 15).What drew you to the spy thriller?
- Nelson Files Suit Against Former Publisher
The publishing house also alleges that Zettersten made derogatory comments to an agent about Nelson signing author Ted Dekker, saying that Nelson was not committed to developing new authors.
- TV Alert: 'Alex Rider'
When investigating his uncle’s death, Alex is approached by agents Alan Blunt (Stephen Dillane, perhaps best known as Stannis Baratheon in Game of Thrones) and Mrs.
- London Book Fair 2017 Preview
And, once again, a strong slate of talks for those interested in self-publishing is set for the Author HQ; there will be a comprehensive academic and scholarly publishing program; and of course, agents and publishers will be on hand to buy and sell foreign rights in the International Ri
- New York Rights Fair, BookExpo Sign Partnership Agreement
The first fair was held at the Metropolitan Pavilion, near BookExpo’s home at New York City’s Javits Center, and attracted exhibitors and agents from 19 countries, as well as approximately 3,000 visitors, including those who came from BookExpo.
- Americans Jittery About London Book Fair
The London Book Fair is proving a test of will for many of the agents and scouts who see the show as central to their business.
- Short Takes
Gibson has North American rights, but agent Bruce Westwood at Westwood Creative will be entertaining U.S. offers....