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  • Short Takes
    She preempted North American, first serial and audio from agent Carol Mann.
    10/18/2004
  • People
    Wasserman to Agent Steve Wasserman has resigned as editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times Book Review and will become an agent with the New York office
    05/09/2005
  • Short Takes
    Editor Leo Hollis bought it from Singh's London-based agent, Patrick Walsh, and will edit it for fall 2004 publication.
    05/06/2002
  • Short Takes
    The book, part memoir, part appreciation and part literary biography, was signed with agent Jane Dystel.
    04/04/2005
  • Author Moves & Deals
    Agent Mary Evans created buzz for Robert Ferrigno's L.A.
    04/28/1997
  • William Morris Endeavor Acquires RWSG
    Liza Wachter, who has been at RWSG for 16 years, is leaving the company.In a release about the acquisition, WME said the deal speaks to the agency's "commitment to support and grow relationships with independent publishing agents."
    08/22/2016
  • Deals: Week of August 22, 2011
    Agent P.J.
    08/19/2011
  • British Erotica Series Catches Hollywood's Eye
    James is represented by film British film and TV agent Valerie Hoskins and, still, does not have a literary agent.
    01/09/2012
  • Naggar Agency to Offer Reprint Rights Representation
    The new venture will be overseen by agent Jennifer Weltz, working with royalties manager Tara Hart.
    01/23/2012
  • Parton, Dawkins, Lehane, Others In Flurry of Pre-BEA Deals
    At Grand Central Publishing, executive editor Ben Greenberg bought world rights to Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's Things A Little Bird Told Me, in a deal negotiated by agent Lydia Wills.
    06/04/2012
  • Short Takes
    She bought U.S. rights in the book, by Irishman-in-New York Frank Delaney, from agent Ed Victor in London (where he also sold it to Little, Brown on a preempt).
    11/25/2002
  • Short Takes
    A new novel by African-American author April Sinclair (Coffee Will Make You Black) has been sold for six figures to Hyperion's Leslie Wells in a world rights deal, with agent Winifred Golden at the West Coast's Castiglia Agency retaining first serial, audio and film; the untitled nove
    04/09/2001
  • Short Takes
    Pepper bought North American rights from agent David McCormick and will publish, tentatively, in 2004....
    06/24/2002
  • Short Takes
    A new agent at James Levine Communications, Stephanie Kip Rostan, made the sale....
    12/03/2001
  • Links to Bologna Global Rights Exchange Now Live
    All visitor agents and publishers who registered for the 2019 and 2020 fair will be able to view all the exhibitors and their titles and schedule appointments via the online exchange.According to Malinowski, early interest in the global rights exchange has been encouraging, with both Bologna and PubMat
    04/13/2020

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