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  • Kerrey Story for SMP
    Dunne bought world rights from agent Edward Jay Acton at Spartan Literary Associates and plans to publish next year.
    06/04/2001
  • PW: For Hoff, More Tao After Pooh's
    Executive editor Roger Scholl acquired the book from agent Jim Hornfischer of The Literary Group International for a mid-six-figure advance -- quite a leap from Hoff's unagented $10,000 advance for Pooh.Back To News ---> 
    12/08/1997
  • Random Flurry of Two-Book Deals
    The new bestseller was Britain's Sarah Dunant, whose Birth of Venus is currently riding high on the lists, and whose next two, also set in Renaissance Italy, were bought for world rights by Susanna Porter from U.K. agent Clare Alexander.
    04/26/2004
  • PW: Hot Deals: Gerry Howard's Love is 'Unrequited'
    This is the first U.S. publishing deal for Johnston, who was represented by Canadian agent Anne McDermid.
    07/06/1998
  • Hear Harry
    David Naggar, president of Random House Audio & Diversified Publishing Group, and Tim Ditlow, v-p, publisher of Listening Library, negotiated the deal with Rowling's agent, Christopher Little in London.
    04/07/2003
  • What About Bob?
    Executive editor/agent Mark Reiter, who with CEO Mark McCormack will handle representation of Dole, told PW he'll be discussing book ideas with Dole this week.
    02/24/1997
  • PW: Hot Deals: A Sequel-of-Sorts- to 'Loose Change'

    04/27/1998
  • Steve Rubin Signs British Producer to Two-Book Deal
    While the elusive "big book" may be even more elusive at this year's London Book Fair with so many American agents and publishers unable to attend, deals are still happening.
    04/20/2010
  • The Word on Bruno Schulz
    Weil bought world rights to the book, called Regions of the Great Heresy , from Alan Adelson, executive director of Jewish Heritage, who acts as Ficowski's agent here, and he will be selling them at Frankfurt.
    09/17/2001
  • A Bio for Buster
    Eventually it was taken by the University Press of Kentucky, made several "best books" lists and won a feature-length rave review in the New Yorker, so this time out Whitfield's agent, Jackie Kaiser at Westwood Creative in Toronto, did not have to shop so hard south of the bo
    12/17/2001
  • The Selling of Goodkind
    Terry Goodkind is high up on the bestseller list with his seventh and latest novel, The Pillars of Creation, and his agent, Russell Galen at Scovil Chichak & Galen, is determined to get him $10 million for his next three book
    12/17/2001
  • Arianna Becomes Alice
    That's the premise behind Greetings from the Lincoln Bedroom, a book by political columnist Arianna Huffington recently signed for a reported high-six-figure advance by Crown editorial director Steve Ross in a deal negotiated by agent Richard Pine.
    07/07/1997
  • Gaiman Signs Multi-Book Deal with HarperCollins
    Kate Morgan Jackson, editor-in-chief of HC Children's Books, and Rosemary Brosnan, executive editor, negotiated the agreement with Gaiman's agent, Merrilee Heifetz at Writers House.
    07/11/2012
  • Riverhead Buys Debut Novel In Rumored Seven Figure Deal
    After William Morris Endeavor agent Dorian Karchmar began circulating the manuscript among New York editors, rumors quickly spread that the asking price for the book had reached into the seven figure range.
    02/03/2012
  • More Publishers, Authors, and Illustrators Help Japan
    More than 100 authors, illustrators, editors, and agents have donated items such as signed books, artwork, ARCs, critiques, and opportunities to name characters in upcoming books.
    03/30/2011

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