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  • Books as Brands
    Authors and their literary agents might also want to retain those rights.
    10/15/2012
  • Hot Deals
    Her agent is Ellen Levine.
    04/05/1999
  • Book Deals: Week of March 11, 2013
    The Days did not use an agent in the deal.
    03/11/2013
  • It's Good to Be Gernert
    Grisham's longtime agent Jay Garon died in 1995.
    05/16/2005
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The agent retained movie and audio rights.
    05/22/2000
  • Hot Deals
    Approaching his former successor, David Gernert, now best known as John Grisham's agent, Gollob wrote a long letter setting out his thoughts on the Bard and the kind of book he wanted to write.
    03/29/1999
  • Book Buzz Without a Book Fair?
    As one agent put it, “The naked truth?
    10/26/2020
  • Hot Deals
    According to Rubin, who signed the book from agent Wayne S.
    01/29/2001
  • Book Deals: Week of March 18, 2013
    Agent Barbara J.
    03/18/2013
  • PW: Hot Deals
    The deal, in which Wolf bought North American, audio and first serial rights, was made with Alexander's agent, London-based Anthony Sheil.
    02/14/2000
  • Deals
    Deals in Translation It was a good week for foreign authors represented by agent Thomas Colchie.
    12/12/2005
  • PW: Hot Deals
    Holt president John Sterling and Metropolitan associate publisher Sara Bershtel jointly announced the buy of North American rights from agent Sandra Dijkstra, for an undisclosed sum.
    04/24/2000
  • Book Deals: Week of August 12, 2013
    Ed Victor agent Sarah Williams sold the book at auction.
    08/12/2013
  • Croft, Roger Croft: PW Talks with Roger Croft
    \tNo, I did not have a literary agent.
    08/26/2013
  • PW: Hot Deals
    Bruce Tracy made the six-figure North American deal with agent Joanna Pulcini at the Linda Chester agency.
    03/13/2000

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