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  • Web Watch
    AGENT OR PUBLISHER?
    09/06/1999
  • Deals
    Agent Barbara J.
    10/24/2005
  • PW: Hot Deals
    This time around, the agent is marketing his new thriller, Ganin's Pit, overseas first.
    01/17/2000
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The agent, for North American only, was Chris Calhoun at Sterling Lord.
    01/31/2000
  • The Great American Query Letter
    (My favorite is the agent who writes: “I respond only to query letters addressed to me.”
    11/17/2008
  • PW: Hot Deals
    This time around, the agent is marketing his new thriller, Ganin's Pit, overseas first.
    01/17/2000
  • Robert Gottlieb
    Publishers and agents are still trying to parse who owns which rights, and, of course, Gottlieb's attitude hasn't changed.
    03/09/2009
  • Hot Deals
    Georges Borchardt was the agent....
    10/02/2000
  • Hot Deals
    He will work with AMG head J l Gotler for the next year, he said, "consulting on publishing strategy--I have no intention of becoming a movie agent."
    02/05/2001
  • Hot Deals
    The agent was Janis Donnaud.
    10/09/2000
  • Deals
    Agent Katherine Cowles sold world rights.
    04/30/2007
  • Will January 1, 2013, Be Doomsday for Publishers?
    Another agent who sees a storm brewing is Robert Gottlieb.
    08/22/2011
  • The Great Ether Grab
    Agents have added their own fuel.
    06/14/1999
  • Debate Swirls Around Reversion Rights
    “All agents will think long and hard about selling on the same terms to Simon & Schuster, since they are asking for something no one else has,” DeFiore said.
    05/21/2007
  • PW: Religion Publishers Have Active AAR/SBL Meeting
    Coogan said that before he had an agent, he thought he was carefully negotiating his own deals.
    01/03/2000

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