- Some Big Deals Pre-BEA
Vollmann, and Eggers bought U.S. hardcover rights only from agent Susan Golomb.
- Barbarians at the Gate?
Publishers and agents are good at math.
- Children's Job Moves: August 2016
And Renee Nyen has been promoted to literary agent; she was formerly associate agent.
- Mystery Notes
Agent, Gail Hochman.
- Roundtable Launches the Read Japan Project
In reality, there is no ‘literary agents’ in the Japanese publishing world.
- Penguin Authors Weighing Options
If that changes, agent Amy Berkower said, "We'll have to reevaluate."
Weil acquired North American rights from agent Elyse Cheney.
- Smaller Presses, Bigger Authors
Temple also thinks it's a reality that not all agents and authors have fully accepted.
- In the #MeToo Moment, Publishers Turn to Morality Clauses
“The agents must find their cojones to stand up against this kind of control.
- Is Nikki Kelly Wattpad’s Next Big Thing?
But publishers, Kelly said, suffer from “vampire fatigue,” and agents don’t believe they can sell the work.
- Job Moves: June 27, 2014
Sandra Bishop, v-p of MacGregor Literary, is leaving the company to become an independent agent.
- Duel of Assassins
Readers will be both impatient and sorry to finish this espionage thriller about two agents, once close friends, pitted against each other in a plot to assassinate the Soviet president.
- Stations of the Tide
In this highly readable, futuristic detective novel, a bureaucrat/agent tracks a bush wizard who appears to be using a restricted brand of high technology to work his magic.
- Pop Princess
Wonder Blake finds herself living every teenager's dream scenario: while singing along to her Walkman during her shift at the Dairy Queen, she is discovered by a big-time agent.
In a Book News story last week on a new memoir by former ambassador Joseph Wilson, we misidentified the agent who represented the title.