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  • 'NY Times' Books Beginning
    This was a North American rights buy from agent David McCormick at Collins McCormick, for publication in fall next year.
    07/07/2003
  • Big SMP Buy for 'New Pilcher'
    Pocket Books was also keen, so Dunne had to outbid in an auction held by agent Kathleen Anderson at Anderson Grinberg, acting for the Devon-based author's U.K. agent, Dinah Wiener.
    04/02/2001
  • Queen to McCormick and Williams
    She arrives from Inkwell Management, where she was an agent and an associate in the foreign rights department.
    03/31/2008
  • ICM, Helen Brann Form Succession Plan
    “Helen is smart, has great agenting skills and is a pro,” said Newberg.
    07/07/2015
  • Kensington Unveils Two New Digital-First Imprints
    Together, Caress and Liaison will release a combined 50 titles this year.The new imprints, which will accept agented and un-agented proposals, will be directed by Kensington director of social media and digital sales Alexandra Nicolaijsen.
    10/05/2016
  • B&N Will Stock Amazon Publishing Titles, With Caveat
    To read the full account of how booksellers and agents are looking at Amazon Publishing, click here for the PW story.
    08/08/2011
  • More Illumination from Foer
    His book on friendship was signed for North American rights with agent Georges Borchardt, and will appear in 2005.
    08/26/2002
  • Fund-raiser Set for Sept. 25
    Martin's Press, in collaboration with agents Barbara Lowenstein and Madeleine Morel.
    09/24/2001
  • Records, Racers on Hyperion Docket
    The other deal, made with agent Mark Reiter, is for a memoir by Lyn St.
    04/23/2001
  • Digital Book World By the Numbers
    $1.3 billion: Estimated consumer spending on e-books in 2011 83: Percentage of executives who said their company is capable of handling the digital transition 63: Percentage of executives who said their company has a plan to handle the digital transition 19: Percentage of book buyers likely to b
    01/31/2011
  • PW: Fear of High Floors
    Jones, who negotiated the deal with ICM agent Lisa Bankoff, plans a 1999 publication for the book.
    11/24/1997
  • Grub Street Student Lands Two-Book Deal
    She was represented by Alice Tasman of the Jean Naggar Literary Agency, whom she met at Grub Street’s annual Muse and the Marketplace Conference, where students submit excerpts of their manuscripts to agents.
    08/27/2013
  • Auction for Dolley Madison
    It was agent Christy Fletcher at Carlisle & Company who made the sale; Harper and Morrow were underbidders.
    05/20/2002
  • Morrow's Million-Dollar Moves
    And Morrow imprint chief Joann Davis has signed medium/spiritual healer Rosemary Altea's next book in what Davis described as a "major seven-figure deal" negotiated by agent Joni Evans.
    07/10/1997
  • Pfeffer Joins East/West Literary
    Pfeffer has been brought on as an agent and partner, and will be based in Boston, handling digital initiatives, among other things, for the agency, which specializes in representing children's authors and illustrators.
    01/12/2010

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