- Auction Win for 'Dirty Girls'
Executive editor Elizabeth Beier triumphed with a half-million-dollar offer for North American and audio rights to agent Leslie Daniels at the Joy Harris agency.
- Frankfurt Preview: Agency Briefcase
What will the American agents be pushing in the rights tent at this year's Frankfurt Book Fair?
- E-Reads Wins Prize
A novel turned down by conventional publishers and ultimately issued by E-Reads, the e-book operation run by agent Richard Curtis, won the Commonwealth Prize for best first book for the African region.
- English Roses Blossom
"It was a great brand to offer to girls at the high end," said Matt Hautau, v-p licensing and marketing for Signatures Network, the property's licensing agent.
- A Female Tiger?
Carswell negotiated the deal directly with Sorenstam's IMG agent/ manager, Mark Steinberg, and plans a summer 1998 publication.
- Huge Four-Book Deal for Deaver
A multimillion-dollar deal (with no one saying how many) for four new books by bestselling thriller author Jeffery Deaver was put in place at Simon & Schuster by David Rosenthal and agent Deborah Schneider at Gelfman & Schneider.
- Job Moves: September 23, 2013
Greenburger Associates as a literary agent.
- Bologna 2014: Photos from the Fair
Children's book publishers, agents, authors, and artists from around the world descended on Bologna, Italy, this week for the 51st annual Bologna Children's Book Fair.
- News Briefs: Week of November 3, 2014
Vigliano Sells AgencyLiterary agent David Vigliano has sold his company, Vigliano Associates, to Y Entertainment Group.
- 'What Makes a Children's Book Great?' Conference Set
This inaugural event will bring together top children’s and YA editors, agents, authors, media, and publishing professionals (including Richard Robinson and David Levithan) in the run-up to BookExpo America.
- Bible Women for Burnham at TM
Burnham paid six figures for world rights to agent Gail Ross.
- Morrow Buys Clone Book
Kolata was represented in the deal by agent John Brockman.
- Job Moves: December 7, 2010
Dystel & Goderich Literary Management agent Jim McCarthy has been promoted to v-p at the agency.
- Daniel Silva's New Deal
\t\tPleased by the success of the author's first effort, The Unlikely Spy, Villard publisher David Rosenthal has signed Daniel Silva to another two-book deal to add to his current $1.5 million, two-book deal, both negotiated by agent Esther
- APA Launches New Conference
According to an APA announcement, this event was designed to allow publishers to meet with agents and subsidiary rights representatives in a more "cost effective and time efficient manner."