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  • Deals
    The Briefing Agent Andrew Blauner has sold a memoir by Meredith Hall titled Without a Map to Beacon Press's Helene Atwan.
    02/06/2006
  • Deals: Week of 1/17/11
    Agent Josh Adams, of Adams Literary, brokered the deal.
    01/17/2011
  • Deals: Week of July 9, 2012
    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.
    07/09/2012
  • Deals: Week of 7/4/11
    Agent Jenny Meyer is handling foreign rights.
    07/04/2011
  • Questions Mount Before Debut of International Kindle
    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.
    10/12/2009
  • The E-book Pricing Conundrum
    However, as one agent pointed out, it's not a fair breakdown when the publisher's take is scrutinized.
    05/11/2009
  • Americans Begin Pulling Out of LBF
    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
    02/28/2020
  • Deals: Week of February 17, 2014
    Agent Jenny Bent, who has an eponymous shingle, represented Crawford, overseeing a seven-round, seven-bidder auction for the work.
    02/17/2014
  • Spring 2017 Flying Starts: Tiffany Jackson
    Landing an agent took time, Jackson says, because she “was originally looking for an agent for an adult book.”
    07/03/2017
  • Children's Books for Spring 2019: All Our Coverage
    Here, we speak with a number of diverse debut authors who landed agents through the Twitter pitch contest #DVPit.
    02/04/2019
  • Obituary: U.K. Literary Felicity Bryan
    Felicity Bryan, one of Britain’s most respected literary agents, died June 21 after a long struggle with cancer.
    06/22/2020
  • #DVPit Founder Launches Nonprofit to Better Serve Diverse Authors, Illustrators
    Editors have more input into which submissions they receive, she explained, and can solicit projects directly from the agents “instead of waiting for a submission to fall into their lap.”
    03/23/2021
  • Deals: Week of September 19, 2011
    Adams did not use an agent in the deal with C&G’s Kate Sullivan.
    09/16/2002
  • Short Takes
    Robert Atkins: The True Story of the Man Behind the War on Carbohydrates from agent Scott Mendel...
    05/03/2004
  • Deals: Week of 5/17/10
    Agent Raphael Sagalyn represented Peck, who's a deputy managing editor at the Atlantic.
    05/17/2010

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