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And, as occurred last week, agents are quite comfortable jumping into the publishing fray.
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Choosing to see it as a chance for a fresh start, Garber embarked on a search for a new agent.
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\tLit Agent Fishman Lands YA Deal \tSeth Fishman, a literary agent at Gernert Company, has sold a novel... his own.
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Agent Stacia Decker at the Donald Maass Literary Agency represented Charbonneau.
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Alex Postman took world rights from agent Lydia Wills, of the Lydia Wills Agency; the first book is called Eat Drink Vote: Food Politics in Cartoons, and the second, Soda: Corporate Profits Versus Public Health.
The Briefing Agent Andrew Blauner has sold a memoir by Meredith Hall titled Without a Map to Beacon Press's Helene Atwan.
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However, as one agent pointed out, it's not a fair breakdown when the publisher's take is scrutinized.
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The question of who will buy what in the open market is more complicated and is the issue causing the most concern among agents and publishers.
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Agent Jenny Meyer is handling foreign rights.
- Deals: Week of 1/17/11
Agent Josh Adams, of Adams Literary, brokered the deal.
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Publishers and agents were also saying that, as the number of cancellations from editors and agents in other countries grows, the number of meetings they have set up is being reduced.One major publisher who is still planning to attend is Penguin Random House, although there are a few c