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  • Wells Arms Leaving Bloomsbury Kids to Start Agency
    One couldn’t ask for better qualities in an editor or agent.”
    06/10/2013
  • Knopf to Publish Sotomayor Memoir
    Sonny Mehta, Knopf chairman and editor-in-chief, acquired world rights, including pre- and post-publication serial rights, English-language and translation rights, and audio and electronic rights, from literary agent Peter W.
    07/12/2010
  • Job Moves: December 20, 2010
    Agent Deborah Grosvenor is re-establishing the Grosvenor Literary Agency, which she ran for 10 years prior to joining Kneerim & Williams.
    12/19/2010
  • Parker on Robinson
    Parker is far too protean and prolific a writer to be confined to his Spenser bestsellers, and his agent, Helen Brann, reports that his latest signing is for an untitled novel centering on baseball great Jackie Robinson and his relationship with his white manager.
    11/19/2001
  • Patterson Deal: All for Ballantine
    Ballantine publisher Gina Centrello preempted world rights in the next two Patterson books from the author's longtime agent, San Francisco's Fred Hill of Frederick Hill Bonnie Nadell Inc.
    04/30/2001
  • New Behrendt for Broadway
    Behrendt was an adviser for Sex and the City and published his first book with S&S; Campbell signed this one for North American rights, along with serial, book club and e-book, with agent Andrea Barzvi at ICM.
    12/13/2004
  • O'Hara Memoir for S&S
    It was agent Mitchell Waters at Curtis Brown who took the 82-year-old star around to meet publishers just before the July 4 holiday and who concluded the deal with Adams.
    07/15/2002
  • Franken Back in the Ring
    It was a seven-figure deal, signed with agent Jonathon Lazear, who remarked he hoped that perhaps Franken and Bill O'Reilly, his conservative opposite number, might be able to reprise their angry confrontation at last summer's BEA, which immediately preceded the Fox lawsuit.
    12/15/2003
  • Jong's Sappho Novel for Norton
    Lawrence won North American rights from London-based agent Ed Victor for six figures and expects to publish two years from now.
    06/03/2002
  • Buzzed 'Deadmail' Goes to Doubleday
    After we broke the news yesterday about a hot U.S. auction agent Molly Friedrich was coordinating at the Frankfurt Book Fair for Laurie Frankel's sophomore novel Deadmail, we have word that the title has been acquired by Alison Callahan at Doubleday.
    10/13/2011
  • Job Moves: January 23, 2013
    For Random House Speaker's Bureau, Jayme Boucher has been promoted to agent.
    01/23/2013
  • PW Events Listing: L.A. Bookwoman Conference on Book Publishing
    What: An all-day event featuring a series of workshops and panels on topics including new self-publishing models, developments in digital publishing (e-books and book apps), new social media book marketing strategies, and pitching to literary agents and producers.
    02/07/2011
  • Claire Messud Moves to Norton
    ., Canadian, open market, and audio rights—was made by Norton v-p and executive editor Jill Bialosky with agent Sarah Chalfant of The Wylie Agency.
    11/21/2016
  • Religion Book Deals: June 27, 2018
    Illustrators for both books are to be announced, and Hendey didn't use an agent.
    06/26/2018
  • Job Moves: May 12, 2014
    Following the death of agent Deborah Rogers on April 30, Rogers Coleridge & White has appointed Gill Coleridge as chair to succeed Rogers.
    05/12/2014

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