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  • Margolis Leaving HC; Will Start New Venture
    Margolis will be leaving HarperCollins this month and will start a new company that will "agent, package, and consult on fiction and nonfiction books, publishing, marketing and cross-media strategies, especially in the film and entertainment area."
  • Gaithersburg Book Festival Expands Programming
    A Look at The Future of the Book and Bookstores will feature agent Rafe Sagalyn, publisher Sam Dorrance, and Lissa Muscatine, co-owner of Politics & Prose on a panel moderated by PW co-editorial director Jim Milliot that examine the issues facing the industry in the digital transition.
  • DreamWorks Animation to Buy Classic Media
    Some of its brands are owned outright, while others are partially owned through joint ventures; Classic also acts as an agent to outside properties for licensing and media representation.
  • Banks Inks Seven Figure Deal With Berkley for Erotic Trilogy
    Agent Kimberly Whalen at Trident Media Group handled the world English rights deal for Banks, and the first book in the trilogy, Rush, is set for February 2013.
  • S&S Implements New E-book Agreements
    “We have entered new agreements with our e-book agents that are in compliance with the DoJ settlement and we look forward to working with our retailers to expand the readership for our authors and grow the e-book marketplace,” S&S said in a statement.
  • Fire Petal Opens Its Doors
    -multi-room store is looking to social media like Groupon and Facebook to spread the word, along with some old-fashioned face-to-face events like a store-sponsored writing retreat this weekend with agent Lauren MacLeod of the Strothman Agency in Boston.
  • Clevelend Kidnapping Victim Sells Memoir to Weinstein Books
    In the deal, Amanda Murray and Georgina Levitt at Weinstein took world rights from agent Jan Miller at Dupree Miller & Associates.
  • Schnittman to Leave Hachette
    He will report to HBG CEO Michael Pietsch.In a memo to employees announcing the change, Pietsch called Schnittman “a powerful agent for change” who, during a time of rapid technology change, “kept Hachette’s sales group in the vanguard.”
  • RH Children's Nabs YA Trilogy by 'Twin Peaks' Co-Creator
    Editorial director of Random House Children's Jim Thomas acquired North American rights to the trilogy, called Will West: The Epic, in a deal brokered by agents Sophie Hicks and Ed Victor of Ed Victor Ltd.
  • Job Moves: April 26, 2011
    Wasserman, who worked at the Los Angeles Times and held several positions in publishing (at Hill and Wang and Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, among others), was most recently an agent at Kneerim and Williams.
  • Einstein and Thompson Form ETA Agency
    After Larry Kirshbaum announced in May that he would be leaving his eponymous literary agency to run Amazon Publishing, the remaining agents at LJK Literary, Susanna Einstein and Meg Thompson, said they would be staying on and forming a new partnership.
  • ICM Forms Partnership With Sagalyn Agency
    Moving forward, agents from both firms will co-sign clients.
  • East View Map Link Buys Online Travel Bookstore
    \tLongitude creates lists of books and maps for particular tourist destinations, then sells them to travelers who are referred by their tour company or travel agent.
  • Podcast: In Books, Everyone’s Declaring Independence
    Authors have cut ties with publishers and agents and found success in more than “50 shades.”
  • Diversion Books Launches Romance Retail App
    James, Nalini Sing, Debbie Macomber and many others.Scott Waxman, the literary agent who launched Diversion Books, is also the CEO and Founder of EverAfter.

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