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  • Deals
    Da Capo's Marnie Cochran bought world rights (minus Canada) from agent Rick Broadhead, and plans to publish late fall 2007.
    09/04/2006
  • Hot Deals
    According to Rubin, who signed the book from agent Wayne S.
    01/29/2001
  • Hollywood Reader
    Da Capo's Marnie Cochran bought world rights (minus Canada) from agent Rick Broadhead, and plans to publish late fall 2007.
    09/04/2006
  • PW: Hot Deals
    Bruce Tracy made the six-figure North American deal with agent Joanna Pulcini at the Linda Chester agency.
    03/13/2000
  • Book Deals: Week of September 20, 2013
    Agent Sara Megibow at Nelson Literary Agency represented the author.
    09/23/2013
  • M.F.A. Survey 2014: What’s the Big Deal?
    Danielle Evans, author of the acclaimed short story collection Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self (Riverhead, 2010), also met her agent, Ayesha Pande, during agent-student meetings orchestrated by Iowa’s M.F.A. program.Exposure to agents and editors is often one of an
    05/19/2014
  • Deals: Week of January 16, 2012
    Robinson did not use an agent .
    01/16/2012
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The deal, in which Wolf bought North American, audio and first serial rights, was made with Alexander's agent, London-based Anthony Sheil.
    02/14/2000
  • Harriet and Saul: A Cautionary Tale
    You can only have one agent," Wasserman told Bellow when he suggested the pairing.
    04/28/1997
  • Deals: Week of 4/25/11
    Agent Gail Ross, at Ross & Yoon, represented Corn.
    04/25/2011
  • A Debut Middle-Grade Author's Life-Changing Tweet
    On a whim, he decided to pitch his work-in-progress to literary agents through #DVPit, a Twitter hashtag created by agent Beth Phelan to amplify “marginalized voices that have been historically underrepresented in publishing.”
    07/11/2019
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The deal, in which Wolf bought North American, audio and first serial rights, was made with Alexander's agent, London-based Anthony Sheil.
    02/14/2000
  • Book Deals: Week of March 4, 2013
    Agent Byrd Leavell, at Waxman Leavell Literary, brokered the deal.
    03/04/2013
  • Book Deals: Week of September 30, 2013
    Agent Paul Lucas at Janklow & Nesbit represented Hecimovich.
    09/30/2013
  • Digital Royalties: Random House Sets 40% Bar for Some Titles
    Agent Richard Curtis, president of Richard Curtis Associates, also questioned the supposed fairness of this new rate.
    08/30/2010

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