- Bradford's Big Move
The North American rights deal was made with Bradford's longtime agent, Mort Janklow, and Richardson professed herself delighted, saying she was "happy as a clam" and thought Bradford had "even huger potential for the future."
- 25 Years Later, a New Sale
Now he's professor of history at the University of Hawaii, and she's a literary agent, but they stayed in touch, and this time she's selling a book for him.
- Coonts Switches to SMP
Coonts was represented in the deal by William Morris agent Robert Gottlieb.
- Another Look at Thomas
Agent Andrew Blauner kept foreign, first serial and movie rights.
- The Cost of Regime Change
The book was bought at auction from agent Nancy Love, for publication in spring 2006.
- New Break for 'Minotaur' Author
A first novel with the unusual title The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break was a resounding hit, particularly with independent bookstores, for Southern author Steven Sherrill, and now his agent at Writers House, Simon Lipskar, has made a
- Golden Inks Deal For Pokémon Titles
The agreement, which had been in the works for several weeks (News, May 17), was signed with Leisure Concepts, the licensing agent for Nintendo, which developed the Pokéman characters that are featured in a bestselling video game and popular television show.
- Depression and War
The book sale was made by agent Stuart Krichevsky, and movie rights are with Howard Sanders and Richard Green of UTA.
- Story of a Secret Sub
Its story will be told in a book just auctioned to Doug Grad at NAL, in a six-figure world-rights deal, by agent Jane Dystel.
- Playwright Makes Two-Novel Deal
Editor Cherise Grant signed him for a mid six figures with agent Alan Nevins at Renaissance, now at its new Los Angeles home with The Firm.
- A Basketball 'Miracle'
Cahill preempted the book for North American rights from agent Greg Dinkin of Venture Literary and will publish in spring 2005.
- Heeeeere's Ed
\t\tHe sat on the couch next to Carson for 30 years; now Ed McMahon gets his say, in his memoir for Warner, signed by editor Rick Wolff in a mid-six-figure deal negotiated by agent Frank Weimann.
- Scholastic Signs on for 'Five Nights at Freddy's'
Scholastic plans to publish a series of young adult novels based on the videogame franchise Five Nights at Freddy’s, under license from developer Scottgames, in collaboration with its licensing agent, Striker Entertainment.
- The Roger Smith Cookbook Conference in New York City
There’ll be some heavy-hitters in the field speaking—cookbook editors, authors, agents, bloggers, and newspaper and magazine writers.
- Stampfel-Volpe Forms New Leaf Literary
The literary agent has formed New Leaf Literary & Media and, she said in a release, is bringing "a substantial" portion of the business from Nancy Coffey with her.