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  • PW: Hot Deals: It's Not Just Private Ryan Who Was Saved...

    07/27/1998
  • Sherrod to Start Agency
    In keeping with the new style of agents who work harder for authors than they have traditionally, the agency will offer a variety of services: "errands, typists, last minute whatever," Sherrod said, "anything they need."
    03/04/2002
  • FSG Editor Makes a Sale
    Court bought world English, audio and first serial rights in Glusman's book from agent David Black and aims to publish sometime early in 2004.
    06/18/2001
  • Short Takes
    Wendy Silbert, a new agent at the Scott Waxman agency, sold a book called Strapless by Deborah Davis to another Wendy, Hubbert at Putnam/Tarcher; it's about the mysterious Madame X painted by John Singer Sargent in Belle Epoque Paris.
    12/17/2001
  • 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
  • PW: Princess Books Get Published Through 1999
    SMP editor Calvert Morgan negotiated the rumored six-figure deal with ICM agent Mitch Douglas and stresses this won't be a "hasty, exploitative cut-and-paste biography, but a serious work that will take a full year to research and write."
    10/07/1997
  • 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
  • Life of Kristofferson
    Miller signed the book from Coast agent Amy Rennert for world rights and aims to publish in fall 2005, with the house's Leslie Wells editing.
    05/26/2003
  • ICM Forms Partnership With Sagalyn Agency
    Moving forward, agents from both firms will co-sign clients.
    11/29/2012
  • 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.
    12/06/2012
  • Podcast: In Books, Everyone’s Declaring Independence
    Authors have cut ties with publishers and agents and found success in more than “50 shades.”
    03/01/2013
  • 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

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