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  • Christian Fiction Writers Honor Their Best
    Julie Gwinn, formerly with B&H and now with Abingdon Press, was named editor of the year; Natasha Kern was honored as agent of the year.
    09/16/2013
  • Pennsylvania Legislators Support Tax Fairness
    In December 2011, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue issued a bulletin that clarified that state law requires an out-of-state retailer to collect sales tax if it has property stored or distributed through warehouses in the state or if it uses affiliated sales agents to direct sales to its Web
    12/18/2013
  • Obituary: John Hawkins
    Literary agent John Hawkins, who had an eponymous firm, died on Sunday, November 13, at the age of 72.
    11/21/2011
  • Shandler, Clain Get New Posts at Little, Brown
    With the move, all of LB's editors--save Shandler and Reagan Arthur (who will continue to report to Pietsch)--will report in to Clain, who will also be the chair of the LB's editorial board and the division's "primary ambassador to agents."
    12/05/2011
  • Book by Insider Wilson Signed
    His book, called The Politics of Truth, was bought for world rights from Washington agent Audrey Wolf for publication next spring.
    10/20/2003
  • Kerr Shifts to Kids' Books
    Agent Caradoc King at A.P.
    11/24/2003
  • Basic Themes: Abortion, Firemen
    Basic's editorial director, Liz Maguire, paid a low six figures to agent John Wright for a book on the recently anointed New York Fire Department.
    11/19/2001
  • PW: How Career Press Got Monty Python Book
    According to sales director Anne Brooks, the book's compiler, Jim Yoakum, an American journalist who collaborated with Chapman, so liked the humor of Career Press's Breaking the Rules that he submitted the manuscript to the house without an agent.
    09/29/1997
  • Tibetan Epic for HM
    Mueller made the world rights buy from Coast agent Sandra Dijkstra, who handles many Asian authors, and plans to publish early next year, in a translation by Howard Goldblatt.
    03/05/2001
  • F+W Launches Prologue Books for Out-of-Print Digital Novels
    Deals for the books were brokered with agents representing estates, said F+W senior publicist Bethany Carland-Adams, "in some cases directly with the estates, who have elected not to have literary representation."
    03/01/2012
  • Crown Hires Ambrosi as V-P, Brand Publishing Project Director
    Her additional duties will include creating and presenting pitch presentations for internal teams, agents, authors, and business partners and working with Snead.
    05/15/2012
  • Random House Inks First-Look Deal with Universal
    Titles targeted will be those which, as PRH explained in its announcement, "motion picture rights are available and can be acquired in cooperation with the authors' agents."
    09/24/2014
  • Vook Releases First Byliner Original E-book
    Cavnar said Vook is asking literary agents for Byliner submissions.Five Fires will be priced at $2.99 and published via the Byliner platform.
    10/17/2014
  • Tina Brown Writing for Random
    —based agent, Ed Victor, and aims to publish two years from now.
    05/03/2004
  • Holt Grabs Lawyer-Blogger for Novel
    In fact, he had, and third-year Harvard Law grad Jeremy Blachman, his cover blown, had even already found himself an agent, William Morris's Suzanne Gluck.
    02/07/2005

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