- Buzz Bringing Sales to Coffee House
Besides working with Coffee House’s regular subrights agents, the company hired literary agent Anna Stein—who had recently been retained by Lerner to agent his future books—to sell foreign and movie/TV rights on an incentive basis, after hearing of her enthusiastic talking up of Leaving the
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Hartson took world rights from agent Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich.
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Agent Joanne Wang sold world rights, excluding China, Korea and France.
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And so he signed with the agent Mollie Glick, of Creative Artists Agency.Following his self-publishing success story, Manson found himself in a highly advantageous position.
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Writers House agent Al Zuckerman brokered the agreement with editor Adam Wilson.
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According to agent E.J.
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The agent mentioned that there was a third work, a book of the New Yorker writer’s essays on life in the financial and corporate worlds.
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After I finished The Travelers, my college writing mentor encouraged me to query publishing houses rather than agents as years could pass before acquiring an agent.
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Martin’s since 1975, was approached by agent Barbara Lowenstein about a series of Regency romances, the Six Sisters.
Agent Harvey Klinger sold world rights; a fall 2007 publication is planned.
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By the time her co-agent wired the payment, the advance has lost about $25,000 in worth.
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In fact, the deal was made with Ed Victor as Cohen's agent and was for world rights excluding audio.
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He therefore pitched, and agent Andrew Wylie promptly sold last week, a book proposal cannily titled Dot.Con: The Greatest Story Ever Sold.
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The war over e-book rights is being fought between authors and their agents, on the one hand, and with publishers on the other.
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So how about it, agents and editors?