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  • Kirshbaum Named Publisher of Amazon Publishing Group
    Amazon has named former Time Warner Book Group CEO and current agent Larry Kirshbaum v-p and publishing for Amazon Publishing’s New York office.
    05/23/2011
  • Job Moves: October 18, 2010
    Moving beyond the publisher’s subsidized lists, Vantage Point is a trade list that publishes selected Vantage Press titles as well as titles acquired from agents.
    10/18/2010
  • Debut Novel Draws HM Preempt
    The agent who shopped the book to a limited group of editors and fielded HM's 24-hours-later offer was Dorian Karchmar at Lowenstein-Yost Associates.
    01/20/2003
  • Page to Screen: The Hot Frankfurt Book and a Former Self-Published Author
    Contardi made the deal on behalf of agent Elaine Koster for the 2008 Morrow novel about a woman whose seemingly perfect life is suddenly upended.
    10/30/2008
  • TV Titles, Old and New
    Publication is expected in spring 2004, and the world rights deal was with agent Alice Martell.
    11/11/2002
  • Denise Rich Surprise
    The deal, for world rights, was arranged through Rich's attorney, Lee Goldberg, and Washington lawyer/agent Ronald Goldfarb.
    07/09/2001
  • Kensington's Big Buy: Janet Dailey
    The bestselling novelist, whose nearly 100 titles have more than 300 million copies in print worldwide, is moving to Kensington in a four-book deal arranged by her longtime agent, Richard Curtis, that rose well into seven figures.
    04/23/2001
  • New Author's 2-Book Bantam Deal
    Bill Landay served for six years as a prosecutor of street crimes for the DA's office in a tough area of Boston, and has put his experience to good use in a first novel, Mission Flats, whi
    04/16/2001
  • DC Comics Adds Rotterdam
    Bemiss to Rabiner Lit Holly Bemiss has been named an agent at the Susan Rabiner Literary Agency.
    10/01/2007
  • WTC and the Environment
    He signed world rights from agent Frances Goldin for what he says will be a swift, short, "interventionist" title.
    03/18/2002
  • Diamant Duo for Scribner
    Diamant switched agents, to Amanda Urban at ICM, who was reportedly looking for $2 million, though the amount Scribner paid is unknown.
    03/26/2001
  • Book to Film Deals, Week of February 12, 2018
    (Kidscreen) Stephenie Meyer's The Chemist (Little Brown, 2016), about a government agent, has been optioned by Tomorrow Studios for a TV deal.
    02/09/2018
  • Straus, Nurnberg Acquire Wallace Agency
    Literary agents Robin Straus and Andrew Nurnberg, who each run their own eponymous firm, have joined forces to acquire the Wallace Literary Agency.
    08/06/2014
  • Bloomsbury Announces New William Boyd Novel
    The British author, who was at HarperCollins, will release Sweet Caress with his new publisher in September 2015.Bloomsbury, which took world English rights (excluding Canada), from agents Jonny Geller (at Curtis Brown) and Amanda Urban (at ICM Partners), will be releasing the title
    12/12/2014
  • Phyllis Tickle, Founding Religion Editor of Publishers Weekly, Is Writing Her Final Chapter
    With Tickle as editor, the coverage advanced the mainstreaming of a publishing enterprise that had once operated in its own subculture.Phyllis Tickle is the author of some 40 books, including her top sellers, the four-volume The Divine Hours (Doubleday, 2000-2006)—with combined sales of 100,000
    05/27/2015

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