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  • Pitch and Putt
    PW may have predicted that baseball books have been striking out recently, but that didn't stop Villard publisher David Rosenthal from catching RLR agent Chris Tomasino's pitch to publish the next book (Villard published his last in 1987) by announcer Tim
    04/21/1997
  • Shear Named Publisher of St. Martin's
    In his memo, Sargent cited Shear’s “knowledge of the marketplace, relationships with authors and agents and his sheer belief in the books” as a critical factor in building SMP.
    05/11/2010
  • Bowker Starts Manuscript Submission Web Site
    The site lists resources for outside editing services, agents, self-publishing, and writers’ conferences.
    08/12/2010
  • Dole Remembers WWII
    Executive editor Tim Duggan bought world rights from Washington agent/attorney Bob Barnett at Williams & Connolly for a reported low seven figures.
    04/19/2004
  • A New Venue for Arthur
    United Media has been Arthur's licensing agent for about a year and has overseen the signing and expansion of several promotional and licensing deals.
    10/18/2004
  • Paging Pierre Salinger....
    Senator and ABC News Paris bureau chief hinted at doing a book on airplane crashes, but at press time agent Ed Victor had not confirmed any deal.
    03/24/1997
  • Al Qaeda and the Election
    He bought the project from agent Joel Gotler at Intellectual Property in Los Angeles.
    11/08/2004
  • PW: Hot Deals: 'Mozart Effect' Turns to Kids
    A testimony to the book's success is that agent Eileen Cope retained world rights this time around when Avon editor Rachel Klayman picked up the house's option for this book, with an advance rumored to be comparable to the world rights bid it made for the last book, just before the
    06/08/1998
  • PW: Another Autobiography from Somers

    08/25/1997
  • Gotti Goes to Crown
    Agent Frank Weimann told PW that he's been receiving calls from other publishers ever since the book, initially rejected by 15 publishers, came out in February.
    06/09/1997
  • A Winning First Sentence
    That's what attracted agent (and former editor) David Gernert in a pitch letter sent by debut thriller author Michael Lawson.
    06/21/2004
  • Advice from Former Book Exec
    It's described by agent Marly Rusoff, who made the sale, as a combination practical guide, inspirational self-help title and account of a personal journey.
    08/30/2004
  • Listening to Wendy
    They signed a North American rights deal with agent Ian Kleinert at William Morris, for a book to be coauthored by Karen Hunter and edited by Atria senior editor Malaika Adero.
    07/08/2002
  • Rodale's Celebrity Buy
    The agent was Al Lowman at Authors and Artists.
    11/18/2002
  • All About Arnold
    Basic Books publisher Liz Maguire and editor Megan Hustad bought world rights in it from agent Carolyn Herter and aim to publish as soon as possible, which is next spring.
    10/27/2003

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