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  • Amazon Publishing Speeds Up Royalty Payments
    \t \tMost publishers tend to pay their authors on a six-month cycle, which is something authors and agents have long complained about.
    03/19/2013
  • Aragi Wins Maxwell Perkins Award
    Literary agent Nicole Aragi has won the 2014 Maxwell E.
    05/15/2014
  • Job Moves: May 16, 2014
    She was previously senior agent, Random House Speakers Bureau.
    05/16/2014
  • Writers House Signs with Argo Navis
    Under the Argo Navis arrangement the author is the publisher of his or her titles and the agent is the liaison to Argo Navis.
    03/26/2012
  • Australian Trilogy Won by Riverhead
    The book sale was made by agent Joseph Regal at Russell & Volkening, acting for Hearn's Australian agent, Jenny Darling.
    01/21/2002
  • Latin Fiesta at FSG
    Two separate editors at Farrar, Straus & Giroux signed books by Latin authors recently from the same New York agent, Thomas Colchie.
    04/22/2002
  • Two Days, Two Big Buys
    The agent here was Geri Thoma at Elaine Markson, also a North American rights deal.
    09/22/2003
  • New Book by 'Paris 1919' Author
    DeMenil bought U.S. rights from agent Emma Parry at Carlisle & Company, acting for the author's London agent, Caroline Dawney at Peters Fraser & Dunlop, who controls world rights.
    01/20/2003
  • The Bad News on Oil
    Horgan bought world rights from agent Al Zuckerman at Writers House.
    02/24/2003
  • Bridging the Gap
    "We're not just a literary agent, not just a merchandising agent, not just a media production company," said cofounder and partner Nancy Cushing-Jones, formerly head of publishing at Universal Consumer Products.
    03/08/2004
  • Sophie Hicks Forms Agency
    Well-known U.K. agent Sophie Hicks has hung up her own shingle.
    05/14/2014
  • Continuity for Sedaris, Meltzer
    Pietsch bought North American, book club, audio and electronic rights from agent Don Congdon.
    11/05/2001
  • Count Cagliostro Rides Again
    The Seven Ordeals of Count Cagliostro was coagented with Mary Cunnane, a former Norton editor now agenting in Australia, and McGuigan reports further such deals in the pipeline.
    03/19/2001
  • Six Figures for Kids' Book at RH
    The sale was made by rights director—turned—agent Nancy Gallt, who first heard about the book, Norbert No-Bottle, at Frankfurt last fall, when U.K. agent Clare Conville sold U.K. rights to Harper.
    03/26/2001
  • 'Rain' Falls to Putnam
    The book stars a Japanese-American assassin, John Rain, who becomes the target of government agents after one of his jobs is completed.
    10/01/2001

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